Monday, October 8, 2018

Reason to Breathe


 Sometimes being helpful can lead to more complications. In Reason to Breathe, a new novel by Deborah Raney, relationships can become more than complicated. Phylicia Chandler has put her life on hold for so long, she feels stuck. Phylicia and her sisters Britt, and Joanna have cared for their mother, all along thinking they were helping their father. When their mother dies, their father leaves them to deal with their grief alone.

Quinn Mitchell, has been Mr. Chandlers right hand man and is now being put into a very unlikely situation. Help the sisters any way he can. When Quinn suggests the sisters pool their resources and buy three seaside cottages, he might have dug himself in deeper. But Quinn has long ago held his heart in check for Phylicia, despite being twelve years older. How can he woo this lovely, talented young woman, who thinks of him only as her Dad's protege?

This was a delightful story with a different twist. How people move on and deal with grief and family secrets, yet draw strength from one another.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.

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