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Saturday In Serendipity by Margo Hoornstra

Saturday In Serendipity (edition 2014)

by Margo Hoornstra

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Title:Saturday In Serendipity
Authors:Margo Hoornstra
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2014), Edition: 1, Paperback, 426 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:reunion, romance

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Saturday In Serendipity by Margo Hoornstra

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Review- Saturday in Serendipity by Margo Hoornstra

Margo creates a delightful cast of characters in this anthology. The stories circle around the people who reunite for their 20th class reunion.

In Three Strikes Thursday I was hooked on the first page by baseball jock Barry Carlson who made a stupid mistake with the girl he loved Amanda Marsh and left her behind when he went on to a successful sport career. He returns to coach the local team, but Amanda also works there. Unable to resolve their differences, they also admit their love never died. The resolution is sweet.

Two onTuesday brings together Matt Durand, an investment financier & Blane Weston, head of a construction company looking for investors. He’s fascinated by a beautiful woman in a man’s job and wants to pursue a relationship. Blane has worked hard to be a success and resists his efforts because she feels he doesn’t respect her. She hopes to find another investor while at the reunion, but Matt throws a wrench in the works. Another great resolution.

Jake Holbrook & Dr. Bethany Thomas were friends since third grade and thought that love would bind them together. A misunderstanding has Jake leaving. Instead Bethy marries another only to spend years in regret. Jake hires Bethany to head the clinic at his hospital. Bethany is fighting to recover from years of mental abuse and every error on Jake’s part widens the wedge. The way they find the way to a new life together is well written and believable.

I recommend this to everyone who believes in love and happily ever after.
  barbaraedwards2 | Mar 20, 2015 |
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