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10 thoughts on “Window on the Bay

  1. says:

    Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber is a standalone contemporary romance This one features not one romantic couple but two

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    Good but some lovehate parts I really enjoy reading stories about women heading towards their midlife years Kids are in college or married and giving you grandchildren It kind of hits exactly my own life styleThi

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    Jenna is looking forward after twenty years raising her son and daughter after a bitter divorce is looking forward to finally getting to do some things she wants in life It doesn’t stop her worrying about her son Paul and

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    Window on the BayDebbie MacomberKeep the tissues close by as you are reading WINDOW ON THE BAY by Debbie Macomber She will have your emotions all over the place Once I started reading it was very hard to stop The twists and turns made it impossible to put down as I had to know what was going to happen to Maureen and Jenna after so much heartache What an awesome story All of Debbie's characters feel genuine and

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    Frustration That's what I'm feeling after finishing this book I'm a fan of Debbie Macomber's writing but this time I'm wondering what happened to the writerI started the book super excited to meet Jenna's story and find out a bit about Maureen as well I liked the friendship of them two For the first time I was not anxious about a romance but about waiting their travel to ParisGradually I was connecting to them

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    Best friends Jenna and Maureen have been doing just fine Sure their children have finally left their respective nests and Jenna’s especially bristling at the thought of an empty house But now they’ll finally have time to do things they’ve always wanted— like taking the trip to Paris they originally planned in college However after Jenna’s mother Carol falls and breaks her hip Jenna meets the charming Dr Rowan

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    Boy did I get blind sighted by this book I am a fan of DM and I was really looking forward to the story line of the two em

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    Another great Debbie Macomber romancechick litfeel good storyShe has always had mature people with real problems in her books and this is no different This involves two divorced single moms who have been friends since college and now find themselves empty nesters They plan on going to Paris a goal they missed out on when one them

  9. says:

    Maureen and Jenna single moms and best friends since college wanted to go to Paris together but life got in the

  10. says:

    I’ve always loved the light and cozy books by Debbie Macomber and I was excited to read Window on the Bay for this very reason It was a sweet story of friendship between best friends Jenna and Maureen It’s also a story of love and overcoming relationships of the past and the changing of their lives from when they were youngIt

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When a single mom becomes an empty nester she spreads her wings to rediscover herself and her passions in this heartwarming novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber Jenna Boltz's life is at a crossroads After a messy divorce from her surgeon husband nearly twenty years ago she raised her two children on her own juggling motherhood with her beloved job as a Seattle intensive care nurse Now that Paul and Allie have gon. Good but some lovehate parts I really enjoy reading stories about women heading towards their midlife years Kids are in college or married and giving you grandchildren It kind of hits exactly my own life styleThis story celebrates the friendship between the two main characters in several ways It s so nice to have a lifelong friend The support is great especially when you are going through difficult times Macomber hits it just right with the close connection and supportBut there was a few ualities that Macomber decided to build into these women that I didn t care for Several times they were rude and immature in their ability to speak to men who are interested in themI don t think those are ualities any of us should be proud of Maybe she chose to put it in to make sure that we don t act like that Who knows I just thought it was odd and it made me cringeThis author has a fresh writing style and a wonderful ability to craft characters and situations that are right out of real life It is always a pleasure to read one of her stories You always feel great after you are doneWritten with humor insight and a knack for telling it like it is Window on the Bay does give us the happily ever after that we love but we have to go through a lot to get there Enjoyable feel good storycopy received for review considerationFull Review

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Breaks her hip Dr Rowan Lancaster saves the day Despite his silent stoic exterior Rowan is immediately smitten with Jenna And even though Jenna is hesitant about becoming involved with another surgeon she has to admit that she's than a little intrigued But when Jenna's children approach her with shocking news she realizes that she needs to have faith in love and embrace the unexpected before the life she has always dreamed of passes her by. Boy did I get blind sighted by this book I am a fan of DM and I was really looking forward to the story line of the two empty nester characters going off and having the time of their lives But we get Maureen and her JERK of a boyfriend so disappointing Jenna s story was okay but her daughter drove me bonkers DM usually writes much better than this but for me this book was a dud

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E to college and moved out Jenna can't help but wonder what her future holdsHer best friend Maureen is excited for Jenna's newfound independence Now is the perfect time to finally book the trip to Paris they've been dreaming of since their college days But when it comes to life's other great adventure dating Jenna still isn't sure she's ready to let love in until an unexpected encounter begins to change her mindWhen Jenna's elderly mother. Best friends Jenna and Maureen have been doing just fine Sure their children have finally left their respective nests and Jenna s especially bristling at the thought of an empty house But now they ll finally have time to do things they ve always wanted like taking the trip to Paris they originally planned in college However after Jenna s mother Carol falls and breaks her hip Jenna meets the charming Dr Rowan Lancaster And with Maureen open to seeing someone of her own well it might be time for these two friends to finally live their dreams and find loveAuthor Debbie Macomber dishes out books like others dole out hugs and usually with the same heartwarming effectPart of this is because she s perfected the formula for ideal friendships Jenna and Maureen share a natural bond partially because of their shared experiences they attended college together they re divorced and devoted to their children yet they re each open to changing things up in their lives Because of this there s a certain reliance on each other emotionally However one also understands the importance of the other s happiness and they effectively push each other into situations that make them better It s a special bond on the page and Macomber expertly molds itAll of this is not to suggest that romance takes a backseat to friendship Rather each of these women ends up drifting to two special dates Early on Jenna s meetings with Rowan do feel a bit stilted and there s an odd dynamic to him dating her while treating her mother However Macomber gradually and effectively explains away their awkward encounters Maureen and Logan on the other hand do have a natural feeling progression Logan patronizes the library Maureen works at looking for book recommendations before finally asking her out for a drink While there s something to be said about bothering a woman while she s working it s ultimately a cutely developed relationshipThrough this all there s a heavy emphasis on growing older and dealing with a changing family dynamic Really these are the strongest points Maureen has to pull herself out of a mostly settled life At the same time Jenna has to take care of her recovering mother while accepting that her children are finally out of the house What these women show is that in these moments of isolation it s never too late to embrace change and chase true happiness