Book Review: Thursdays at Eight by Debbie Macomber

thursdays at eightThursdays at Eight by Debbie Macomber

For four women who meet for breakfast every Thursday at eight, their differences only serve to draw them closer together as they share in each other’s sorrows and joys. And each woman’s unique story becomes an opportunity to learn, to nurture and to overcome life’s obstacles… together.

It is an unashamedly chick-lit book at its best, offering four cleverly interwoven stories unfolding over breakfast every Thursday at eight.

You are offered the stories of four very different women: Clare has just been through a divorce and needs to rethink her life; Elizabeth is in her fifties, widowed, successful and is determined to live life to the full; Karen wants to act but her appalling mother just wants her to be like her equally appalling but very respectable sister; Julia finally has time for herself and for her new business until she finds out she is pregnant!

Easily completed within in a day, this is one of the better Debbie Macomber books


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