A woman sets out on a cross-country road trip, unknowingly tracing in reverse the path her mother traveled thirty years before. In parallel tales, the three women -- Louise, Florrie, Ethel -- discover that not all journeys follow a map. As they rediscover their carefree selves on the road, they learn that sometimes the paths we follow are shaped more by our traveling companions than by our Continue Reading
Keep Me Posted was an interesting read with some fun moments, some anxious moments, and some emotional moments. It's not my typical read - which is probably why I didn't love it. I mean, I quite enjoy women's fiction, but usually I read books that are not like this one. It just felt different for me. But that may be because I've read a lot of YA recently, and a lot of stories about finding Continue Reading