You’ll Think of Me by Robin Lee Hatcher Thomas Nelson ISBN 97807180718085957

You’ll Think of Me, a romance novel by Robin Lee Hatcher, is about second chances. Brooklyn Myers never thought she would go back to the place that had once been home. As a teenager she had run away from Thunder Creek, Idaho to elope. She was pregnant when her husband left her and she struggled to raise their daughter alone. Years later a letter from an attorney advises her she is now a widow and that her husband left his family property in Thunder Creek to the daughter he had never seen. Hoping and determined to give her daughter a better life, she returns to the town filled with unhappy memories. Living next door to the property is Derek Johnson who had been friends with Brooklyn’s husband. He had been planning to buy ten acres from his friend before his death. Now it doesn’t seen likely this will happen. Can he put his disappointment aside?

Even though there has been much sadness in Brooklyn’s life, her daughter means the world to her. For so long, it has been just the two of them and one very dear friend. Unexpectedly, she finds her former community welcoming and she dares to plan and dream. But, there are complications that include Derek. Can she learn to trust and to believe in others?

This is a well told, engrossing and realistic story about believable people. The characters are so well developed the reader easily comes to know them. Highly recommended!!

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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