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Promises of Change (Ladies of Covington,  Bk 8)
Promises of Change - Ladies of Covington, Bk 8
Author: Joan Medlicott
In Covington, life seems settled into blissful domesticity. Happily married now, Hannah and Max together nurture the parkland they saved from developers. But their peaceful life is shattered when Max's estranged son, Zachary, returns from India with his pregnant wife, Sarina. Soon there will be a new baby in Covington, and Hannah and Sarina bond...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781416524588
ISBN-10: 1416524584
Publication Date: 12/2/2008
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Although I have enjoyed all the books in the Ladies of Covington series, this one really "stepped it up" in my mind. The ladies, facing everyday life as they grow older with it's aches and pains, address some really tough situations in today's world (i.e., a son who abandons his family, a dear friend home from serving in Afghanistan attempts suicide, beloved family members finding new paths in their lives). The only thing that remains the same is change and it impacts the Ladies of Covington along with all of us. I believe there is one more book in this series....I will be sad to see it end. Sit back and enjoy your time with these timeless ladies!
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I was once a big fan of the Ladies of Covington series, but the last couple of the author's books in this series had left me disappointed. So it was a delightful surprise to find myself enjoying this newest book in the series as much as I had the earlier ones. Perhaps it was that the plot resonated with me, or perhaps it was just better written than some of its predecessors -- whatever the reason, I was glad to be back in Covington with Grace, Hannah and Amelia. An enjoyable, quick read.