A hiking and outdoor enthusiast, fifty-year-old Fern Conrad can’t imagine spending her time doing anything else, much to the dismay of her daughter, Colby.
Kara Dawson, a twenty-five-year-old student therapist, has shut life out to focus on her sister’s illness. That is, until a chance meeting pushes her to confront the possibilities—by letting go and moving forward.
Eighty-three-year-old Nettie Campbell heals in the hospital while facing the consequences of her actions. Can she repair relationships and forge new bonds as she comes to terms with the truth?
Come This Way is an emotional, honest look into the lives of women who are discovering their own strength. It is a story about difficult choices and the people around us who help us find our way.
Come This Way follows the story of Nettie, Fern, and Kara as they are forced to face some of the most difficult situations in their lives. This book is heart warming and reassuring story about how even when things seem impossibly difficult, we can make it through.
I absolutely loved Nettie and think she was my favorite character throughout the entire book. Even in her old age she is a feisty lady who loves adventure and still carries a torch for her Richard. I hope one day I can experience a love like Nettie's and Richard's.
Nettie, Fern, and Kara have never met each other, but as the story progresses we begin to see how they are connected and how their actions unknowingly impacted the lives of others. Seeing how the lives of these three women were connected was my favorite part of Come This Way.