Avon, Oct 2002, 6.99, 384 pp.
Becca Sinclair visits her grandmother in Copper Creek, Michigan for some solace and advice as she is pregnant and wary of repeating the mistake her mother made when she gave birth to her. Becca knows how hard Susan worked to raise her alone at the sacrifice of any happiness. However, Becca finds her staid widowed grandma Lydia acting like a teenage woman in love for the first time.
Becca asks her mom to return home to insure grandma is okay. Susan comes back to Copper Creek, the town she fled over two decades ago, only to see the one male she has always loved Jon Laker. Becca and Lydia believe that Jon and Susan still love one another and want the best for the sandwiched generation so they begin to intercede to propel this couple back together regardless of the consequences.
This is an insightful relationship drama that will provide gratification to fans that relish a complete family drama inside a strong romance. The story line enables the reader to see deeply inside the heads of the lead characters, especially Susan because her two female relatives add an extra beacon on her soul. Jennifer Greene displays her skills as an author most likely to receive audience appreciation for this warm second chance at love novel.
This report prepared by Harriet Klausner