Now & Then

Now Then Thirty five year old Grace MacDonald owns and runs a construction company that was her father s until his death Her mother Ava runs the business with Grace and longs to see her daughter happy and in a

  • Title: Now & Then
  • Author: Lydia Rose
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Now & Then

    Thirty five year old Grace MacDonald owns and runs a construction company that was her father s until his death Her mother Ava runs the business with Grace and longs to see her daughter happy and in a committed relationship Grace spends her days remodeling everyone else s house until one day she buys a rundown house for herself During construction Grace finds a room thaThirty five year old Grace MacDonald owns and runs a construction company that was her father s until his death Her mother Ava runs the business with Grace and longs to see her daughter happy and in a committed relationship Grace spends her days remodeling everyone else s house until one day she buys a rundown house for herself During construction Grace finds a room that had been blocked off by an old piece of furniture When she begins to explore the room full of treasures, she finds and old trunk that contains letters with hidden secrets When Grace meets the woman from the letters and her granddaughter Olivia, the story begins to unfold Will Grace discover what happened after the letters were written Will Grace have an opportunity to finally have a committed relationship

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    One thought on “Now & Then

    1. Kathryn

      The annoying part about this book is the constant use of the word "Now". Now this happenedNow that happened. Lydia Rose needs to improve her writing skills. Take a creative writing class Lydia.

    2. Zingari

      Too many expectations I think that was my downfall. I was sort of expecting something more heartwarming, or possibly heart-wrenching, but it didn't really happen for me.Everything was written simply, and I don't know how to explain what I mean. I can say though that everything went smoothly. Too smoothly. Even in regards to Penny and Winnie, I expected to feel distraught and sad, but no tear was shed. If you were to take out the fact that they were women, then their story could have belonged to [...]

    3. Ginger Miller

      Painful!Painful for the reader. It took me one hour to read thisok? Could not relate too many of the characters. Meet, fall in love, the end. The story of Winnie and Penny would have made a far superior story but is nothing but a side story here. All I read was flipping houses and eating, and visiting relatives. Fluffy, weak, story. All of this could have taken place in 30 pages. A common occurrence lately. Short books with no substance, completely unremarkable and thank goodness it is over.

    4. Leslie J Holbrook

      Wonderful story!This story hit on issues from two eras, 1950's and the present. How these 2 couples lived as lesbians in their times. Still bigotry, but somewhat easier in the 21st century. Where being in love should not matter what the gender is. Everyone should be able to love whom they want.

    5. Tasha

      Beautiful!!!!This book was amazing. Wonderful writing and the whole story was breathtaking. I was happy during the happy parts, I teared up at the sad parts, but going on the ride was amazing. I will recommend this book to my friends and everyone else.

    6. Margaret L. Hedman

      I loved this book.Absolutely a great read. The story line is great. The history of the older women blended in with the evolving romance of the younger women was wonderful. Beautifully written.

    7. Sally Trotter

      Another wonderful romance from Lydia Rose. I am really becoming addicted to her wonderful stories and this one is no exception. A journey into the past through old love letters leads to a wonderful present and a loving future

    8. Mirtha Siblesz

      Loved it!!What a charming story!!! The story of two women in the present time and two women from the 1950s. Very cleverly done! I enjoyed to characters and the book very much! Hope there is a sequel!!!

    9. Frances Bell

      Loved itI gave it five stars because it's deserved a five star rating. Loved the characters and I cried and laughed through out the book. I recommend this book.

    10. Heather Henkel

      Fun storyThis was a great story about two different pairs of women. I really enjoyed getting to know both sets and their family.

    11. Juanita Valentin

      EnjoyableIt was a little predictable, but also very enticing. Read it in one sitting. Enjoyed how everything developed. Would recommend to any romantic.

    12. Skip Maslan

      SweetThis was a very sweet and loving romance story. Both the stories could bring tears and laughter. I loved the story within story.

    13. Naomi Ford

      AmazingI loved everything about this book. Every character except one I just feel in love with. Can't wait to continue with more from lydia rose.

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