It's a time for gratitute and forgiveness. Hope for a brighter tomorrow, in the wake of tragedy. It's the Katama Bay Wellness Spa way.
Six months ago, Janine Grimson learned her best friend had an affair with her husband of twenty years -- at the engagement party of their oldest daughter, Maggie.
In the wake of that horrific event, Janine rekindled her relationship with her mother, Nancy, moved full-time to Martha's Vineyard, and found herself stronger, better, and brighter than ever before.
Now, news from Manhattan shakes her to the core.
Something tragic has happened to her ex-husband, Jack Potter -- the only man she's ever truly loved -- just two weeks before Thanksgiving.
The tragedy tears a hole through Janine's heart, especially as she watches her daughters deal with the pain. They never asked for any of this and now Janine is left to pick up the pieces.
But what's more: Jack's tragedy results in a terribly lonely woman -- a woman Janine had thought she would love all her life-long. Maxine Aubert, the woman who'd wronged her in every possible way. What's to be done about her?
Dive into book five of The Katama Bay Series -- a heartwarming journey of motherly and sisterly love, healing, and promise for better days, all on the island of Martha's Vineyard, with its gorgeous ocean views, its endless summer days, and its bubbly cast of islanders.
For fans of Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr and RaeAnn Thayne
Katie Winters A Thanksgiving Full of Gratitude
At their daughter, Maggie’s engagement party
Janine Grimson Porter discovers that her husband,
Jack Porter, has been in a relationship with her
best friend since childhood, Maxine Aubert.
Her marriage of twenty years falls apart. Janine
returns to Martha Vineyard getting involved in
the Katama Bay Wellness Spa. She reconciles
with her mother finding forgiveness provides
hope for tomorrow.
Then a tragic event occurs in New York which
will change her life again plus her daughters
and former best friend. The timing is 2 weeks
before the big family Thanksgiving get together.
A beautifully, complicated, artfully written story.
I felt I was right beside the characters as the
description put the reader right beside the
various characters involved.
The characters were well defined both physically
and especially emotionally. They were very
realistic and relatable.
This is book # 5 in the Katama Bay series. It
contains enough backstory along with the
present to be read as a stand-alone.
I volunteered to read A Thanksgiving Full of
Gratitude. Thanks to the author for the
opportunity. My opinion is voluntary and my own.
A Highly Recommended Read.