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March 22, 2016



Debbie Macomber is a magnificent story teller. I just loved reading A girl’s Guide To Moving On. A real must buy must read.

How do you move on after your life has fallen apart?
When Leanne and her daughter-in-law Nichole went through divorces at the same time, they compiled a list to help them move on from the heartbreak.
Now, two years on, these unlikely best friends have managed to pick up the pieces, and love is on the cards for both of them.    
Leanne’s friendship with Eric, one of her language students, has deepened into something more meaningful. And Nichole has finally allowed herself to trust a man again. Rocco is the complete opposite of her ex-husband, and though he’s a little rough around the edges, he has a heart of gold.
But just when it seems they’ve figured it all out, life throws up more challenges, putting their hard – won contentment at risks.
I love every single page of A Girl’s Guide to Moving On. I do love reading books about marriage and relationships. What I particularly liked about this story is the idea of a mother in law and daughter in law both going through a divorce at the same time. To help them both move on in life, they made a list. They called it A Girl’s Guide to Moving On. The first on their list. Don’t allow yourself to wallow in your pain. Reach out. Volunteer. Do something you love or something to help others. The second on the list. Cultivate new friendships. The third on their list. Let go in order to receive. The last on the list. Love yourself. This is my favourite novel by Debbie Macomber. I highly recommend readers to buy and read this novel.

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