Monday, April 6, 2015
The Sweetness of Forgetting by Krstin Marmel
Hope is a recently divorced 37-year-old woman living on Cape Cod struggling to keep her family's bakery in business. She's grieving the death of her mother and the cognitive decline of her grandmother, dealing with the moodiness of her teenage daughter, and flirting with the possibility of dating again. Okay, that's already a lot, and then add in secrets that her grandmother alludes to in a moment of clarity, a trip to Paris, long-lost relatives....and you have this book in a nutshell.
You might dismiss this book as a "chick-lit" book, and it kinda is, but there is a bit more depth in here. It's a good book if you're looking for something to immerse yourself in during a flight or day off.
Posted by Elaine at 7:30 AM