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A Turn in the Road: A Blossom Street Book, #7 Audiobook – Unabridged

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  • Listening Length: 10 hours and 14 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 26 April 2011
  • Language: English
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I have only recently started to read the books by Debbie Macomber and I am really enjoying them. They are just a nice read with interesting stories but nothing to make your heart stop beating or make you start to bite your nails. Once you get into them you soon start to remember all the people from the previous books and hope that there will be a bit about them in the next book so that you know how they are and what they are getting up to. I read these books when I want something that will keep me calm after maybe reading something that has had me sitting on the edge of my chair. I told my sister in law about them and she too has started reading them - mind you they can be addictive because once you have read one you really want to continue and read the rest to find out what happens to the people in them.
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Good read
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By Cloggie Downunder TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Dec. 2011
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A Turn in the Road is the 8th of Debbie Macomber's Blossom Street series. In this episode, we depart from Blossom Street to travel to Florida. Bethanne Hamlin, from the very first of the series, The Shop on Blossom Street, now six years divorced from Grant and with her own successful events management business, is suddenly confronted with the dilemma of whether to reconcile with her ex-husband, lately divorced from Tiffany and now remorseful of his actions. When Bethanne's ex-mother-in-law, Ruth Hamlin, decides to drive across the country to attend a high-school reunion (and possibly reconnect with an old sweetheart), Bethanne decides that the trip will give her the distance she needs to think about things. And when Bethanne's daughter, Annie discovers her boyfriend has planned a trip to Europe for a year without considering her, she decides to come to Florida too. The three women manage to have a few adventures, lots of laughs and some romance on the way. Debbie Macomber is great at writing about relationships and shows her talent here by bring a fresh new plot and some interesting characters to the Blossom Street series. Most enjoyable.
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Pure lovely escapeism. Some of Debbie Macombers books are like reading letters about old friends and their new neighbours. I was given one of the Cedar Grove books to read on a recent long stay in hospital and it was just what the doctor ordered and it kept my mind ocupied which was great. On coming home i was gifted (Ernie) a kindle and i can get other similar books on it. k x
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Already issued under the title " Wednesday at four ", so reader beware , you may already have read this at its first appearance in 2008 !!
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A must for those who are following the Blossom Street series. In A Turn in the Road you re-visit a character from an earlier book and continue with her story, meeting new characters along the way and catching up with people that for Blossom Street readers feel like old friends.

For those who have not yet read any of the Blossom Street series this is a warm and feel good tale that can be read as a stand alone book however I have a feeling that once you have visited Blossom Street you will be wanting to return.
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I have read a lot of Debbie Macomber books and have loved them all. I love the fact that she writes long series about the same group of people so you can follow how their lives are progressing. This book is in the Blossom Street series and it was great to meet up with Bethanne again. In this book Bethanne and her daughter Annie decide to accompany her former mother-in-law in a cross country road trip to attend her fifty year high school reunion. Each of the three women are facing changes in their lives and have decisions to make. Bethanne has to decide whether to give her marriage a second chance, Annie is upset because her boyfriend has gone on a trip to Europe with some friends but without asking her along and Ruth is hoping to reconnect with her old high school boyfriend. As they cross the country they have lots of fun and adventures, make new friends and discover new things about themselves and each other. This is a good read and, as usual, leaves you wanting to find out more about how things turn out for them. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
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A continuation in the Blossom Street series as we discover how the lives of Bethanne Hamlin and her family develop. As addictive as ever, delving into the lives of people we feel we have come to know. I won't go into further details but would recommend this book as women's easy reading.
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