REVIEW: You’ll Think of Me by Robin Lee Hatcher

Brooklyn and her daughter Alycia’s have the chance to move back to Brooklyn’s hometown in Idaho.  Brooklyn’s estranged husband, Chad, has died and left them his family home.  He also asks neighbor Derek Johnson to become a father figure to Alycia.  It’s a heart-warming story, though we never really learn why Chad was estranged.  His story isn’t told.  It was enjoyable, though predictable.

Thanks to Thomas Nelson for an ARC for a review in my own words.


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