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Susannah's Garden Mass Market Paperback – 1 May 2007
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Now her children are just about grown, she’s hitting midlife, and Susannah’s marriage seemed stale as her thoughts continually seemed to focus on what ‘could have been’ if her father hadn’t interfered in her life and romance with Jake. With her father recently passed on, she had been summoned home sooner than she’d planned when alerted by neighbors and friends that her widowed mother was having difficulties dealing with her loss and living alone. Back in the house and town she’d grown up in Susanna would have to deal with her mother’s increasing aging problems, and make some tough decisions regarding her care. Additionally, she would she face the past, discovering new insights into her troubled relationship with her dad, and dealing with a similar issue concerning her rebellious nineteen year old daughter.
With girlhood memories resurfacing along with long lost friends, Susannah discovered secrets that revealed not only an unselfish act of love, caring, and protection, but a surprising revelation of a mysterious presence once thought to be a figment of her mothers failing mind.
*** What a wonderful read! Macomber writes with heartbreaking realism when dealing with the decisions and choices made in friends and family relationships. She offers beautifully written prose that packs a mountain of emotion into every chapter. Through laughter and through tears, she nails relationships with astounding realism and understanding in this well-paced and heartwarming story, once again solidifying Macomber as a leader in fine woman’s literature.