Book Review Debbie Macomber ✓ Window on the Bay☆ battle of gettysburg ☆ View – groundhogwalking.co.uk

Window on the Bay 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 gone to college and moved out, Jenna can t help but wonder what her future holds.Her 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 inuntil an unexpected encounter begins to change her mind.When Jenna s elderly mother 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 sthan 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. Free Read eBook Window on the Bay Author Debbie Macomber – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Good but some love hate 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 style.This 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 su Good but some love hate 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 style.This 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 support.But there was a few qualities 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 them.I don t think those are qua...

  2. Maureen and Jenna, single moms and best friends since college, wanted to go to Paris together, but life got in the way Both empty nesters, they consider the possibility of the long delayed trip again, but now there are new romances and challenges with adult children Will they ever take this dream trip Can Maureen and Logan get past their differences and embrace their similarities Can Jenna trust Rowan If you are looking for a relaxing read with Debbie s trademark relatable characters, gentl Maureen and Jenna, single moms and best friends since college, wanted to go to Paris together, but life got in the way Both empty nesters, they consider the possibility of the long delayed trip again, but now there are new romances and challenges with adult children Will they ever take this dream trip Can Maureen and Logan get past their differences and embrace their similarities Can Jenna trust Rowan If you are looking for a relaxing read with Debbie s trademark...

  3. Window on the Bay is a captivating, emotional story following the lives of two college friends Jenna Maureen met in college stayed close After divorces, kids careers, they are closer than ever are again planning a trip to Paris Two women who were both hurt in their own ways the courage it took to open themselves up to living again This book is their journey through empty nests, dating, misconceptions, new lives life ever after I laughed I cried I worrie Window on the Bay is a captivating, emotional story following the lives of two college friends Jenna Maureen met in college stayed close After divorces, kids careers, they are closer than ever are again planning a trip to Paris Two women who were both hurt in their own ways the courage it took to open themselves up to living again This book is their journey through empty nests, dating, misconceptions, new lives life ever after I laughed I cried I worried I swear I fel...

  4. I received an ARC copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for my honest opinion of it What can I say but I do enjoy a book by Debbie Macomber This rates up there with all of her books Two friends since college, Maureen and Jenna and ...

  5. I picked up this book from my TBR pile after getting into a rut and it was just the medicine I needed I know it s not up everyone s alley, but I love a break from the suspense and delving into a cozy little romance where I know everything will end well The thing I enjoy most about DM s books is how utterly relatable she makes her characters and her situations I always find some part of myself in her characters and it was just what I needed to get out of my reading funk Pick this one up Thank I picked up this book from my TBR pile after getting into a rut and it was just the medicine I needed I know it s not up everyone s alley, but I love a break from the suspense and delving into a cozy little romance where I know everything will end well The thing I enjoy most about DM s books is how utterly relatable she makes her characters and her sit...

  6. Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber is not one of her best books but not one of worst I liked it but I felt like the story dragged a little Jenna and Maureen are best friends from college and find themselves divorced, middle aged and empty nesters Let the games begin Or not The story in itself is interesting and entertaining but also repetitive As they enter the dating world both women realize their expectations and interests may have changed a little since they were in college Learning Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber is not one of her best books but not one of worst I liked it but I felt like the story dragged a little Jenna and Maureen are best friends from college and find themselves divorced, middle aged and empty nesters Let the games begin Or not The story in itself is interesting and entertaining but also repetitive As they enter the dating world both women realize their expectations and interests may have changed a little since they were in college Learning to open up and risk their hearts is scary Jenna is content with her life and still wants to be immersed in the world of her two college aged children It s hard to pu...

  7. I received an advanced copy of this book.This is a pleasant story of Maureen and Jenna, childhood friends, who are both facing empty nests, travel plans, and potential new love interests This was a warm read and quick little getaway into the lives of these two ladies.

  8. I received this ARC copy of Window on the Bay from Random House Publishing Group Ballantine This is my honest and voluntary review Window on the Bay was set for publication July 16, 2019.

  9. I have reviewed this book for the New York Journal of Books where it will be posted on their site the night before the publication date Window on the Bay By Debbie MacomberBallantine BooksJuly 16, 201910 0399181334Contemporary Women s Fiction336 PagesMany women go through the empty nest syndrome when their children leave home Some look forward to their newfound freedom, but some become depressed How can they deal with an empty house, the lack of music playing, the phone ringing, or constant n I have reviewed this book for the New York Journal of Books where it will be posted on their site the night before the publication date Window on the Bay By Debbie MacomberBallantine BooksJuly 16, 201910 0399181334Contemporary Women s Fiction336 PagesMany women go through the empty nest syndrome when their children leave home Some look forward to their newfound freedom, but some become depressed How can they deal with an empty house, the lack of music playing, the phone ringing, or constant noise when they ve been used to it for so many years Divorced from her cheating husband 20 years ago, Jenna Boltz dedicated her life to her two children, Paul and Allie She...

  10. Window On The Bay by Debbie Macomber 5 Stars A very real romance times two I think this was my favorite book of Debbie Macombers A clean romance with adults who have grown children Two friends find very different men when they really aren t looking for them They have been divorced for a while and dating really isn t something they are looking forward to They want to finally book that trip to Paris they ve been planning for years and years It was just fun to read about the men and women c Window On The Bay by Debbie Macomber 5 Stars A very real romance times two I think this was my favorite book of Debbie Macombers A clean romance with adults who have grown children Two friends find very different men when they really aren t looking for them They have been divorced for a while and dating really isn t something they are looking forward to They want to finally book that trip to Paris they ve been planning for years and years It was just fun to read about the men and women coming together with so many mistakes on each side Very real and very interesting I received a kindle format of this book to read and review from NetGalley.com My review is totally my opinion which I do willingly to help authors if I like the books WindowOnTheBay NetGalleyDescriptionWhen a single mom becomes an empty nester, she spreads her wings to rediscover herself and her passions in t...

  11. Debbie Macomber is a master of the light romance and I was glad to see that the main characters in Window on the Bay, Jenna and Maureen, are middle aged, professional women dealing with empty nests Both find romance with all the usual ensuing complications and related family dramas The reason for the two stars Librarian Maureen s relationship with plumber Logan He s not a great guy Let me count the ways His idea of a hilarious joke is to call Maureen Marian because of her profession.He me Debbie Macomber is a master of the light romance and I was glad to see that the main characters in Window on the Bay, Jenna and Maureen, are middle aged, professional women dealing with empty nests Both find romance with all the usual ensuing complications and related family dramas The reason for the two stars Librarian Maureen s relationship with plumber Logan He s not a great guy Let me count the ways His idea of a hilarious joke is to call Maureen Marian because of her profession.He meets her at a sports bar for their first date, not her milleu, and d...

  12. Debbie Macomber does it again Another heartwarming story that I couldn t put down Window on the Bay starts as college students and best friends, Jenna and Maureen promise to travel to Paris once they are out of college Then, life gets in the way We rejoin Jenna and Maureen as Jenna s youngest child heads off to college After both women raised their children as single moms they are finally planning their trip to Paris Once again, life gets in the way Jenna s mom falls and breaks her hip Debbie Macomber does it again Another heartwarming story that I couldn t put down Window on the Bay starts as college students and best friends, Jenna and Maureen promise to travel to Paris once they are out of college Then, life gets in the way We rejoin Jenna and Maureen as Jenna s youngest child heads off to college After both women raised their children as single moms they are finally planning their trip to Paris Once again, life gets in the way Jenna s mom falls and breaks her hip The Paris trip is postponed again as Jenna has to care for her mother Enter Rowan Lancaster, the orthopedic surgeon who repaired Jenna s mom s hip There is an immediate attraction between Jenna and Rowan Jenna is conflicted because she vowed never to get involved with another surgeon.Meanwhile, Maureen finds herself attracted to Logan, a plumber who comes into the libr...

  13. As a reader you could never go wrong with choosing a Debbie Macomber book In Debbie s latest novel Window on the bay we meet Jenna and Maureen who are lifelong friends since college years They are now divorce women living their life with empty nest Jennie and Maureen have a system when dating men red ligh means a no go t green go and light yellow maybe Maureen is theintrovert between the two since her ex husband was her only love and it becomes a challenge for her when the constructi As a reader you could never go wrong with choosing a Debbie Macomber book In Debbie s latest novel Window on the bay we meet Jenna and Maureen who are lifelong friends since college years They are now divorce women living their life with empty nest Jennie and Maureen have a system when dating men red ligh means a no go t green go and light yellow maybe Maureen is theintrovert between the two since her ex husband was her only love and it becomes a challenge for her when the construction worker Logan shows an interest in her Maureen and Logan are totally opposite she s a librarian who loves her ballet and he constructor worker who loves his beer and football Both of them go through a few fumbles before they realize they were meant for each other Jennie has swear of dating anyone she works with especially a surgeon since her ex was one but then after her mother has...

  14. As I read this book, I kept thinking this is life It is about 2 best friends who met in college and planned to go to Paris after college Life got in the way and they postponed Paris They remained best friends all their lives, both became single Moms, then empty nesters, and finding life after becoming empty nesters I liked that this book included mistakes made along the way and the choices that were made after It had their children growing up while they were in college It wasn t always eve As I read this book, I kept thinking this is life It is about 2 best friends who met in college and planned to go to Paris after college Life got in the way and they postponed Paris They remained best friends all their lives, both became single Moms, then empty nesters, and finding life after becoming empty nesters I liked that this book included mistakes made along the way and the choices that were made after It had their children growing up while they were in college It wasn t always everyone agreeing and it caused rifts but eventually, they should have listened, not just the kids but the adults too I take away by reading this book, that is how you know they ...

  15. I predict that Window on the Bay will be a bestseller almost as soon as it is released Debbie Macomber is a popular writer who has the gift of hooking her reader into the story immediately This book is no exception It will appeal to the baby boomers who found empty nests where once the rooms were filled with laughter and needs to be filled Any woman might easily identify with Jenna and her best friend Maureen Women who once had ideals and plans that were set aside to raise children and husb I predict that Window on the Bay will be a bestseller almost as soon as it is released Debbie Macomber is a popular writer who has the gift of hooking her reader into the story immediately This book is no exception It will appeal to the baby boomers who found empty nests where once the rooms were filled with laughter and needs to be filled Any woman might easily identify with Jenna and her best friend Maureen Women who once had ideals and plans that were set...