Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.



This week's selection: Come Home by Lisa Scottoline


Due out April 2012



Product Description taken from Amazon:


Jill Ruspoli is moving forward with her life after a devastating divorce. Her work as a pediatrician is hectic but fulfilling, she’s newly engaged to a kind and loving medical researcher, and her daughter is finally happy again and doing well in middle school, in the aftermath of losing her stepfather in the divorce. But when Jill’s distraught ex-stepdaughter Abby shows up on her doorstep with the news of her ex-husband’s death from an apparent overdose, her life is thrust into turmoil once again. Abby believes her father was murdered and pleads with Jill to help her explore the circumstances of her father’s death. Jill can’t turn her back on Abby, even though helping her threatens to rip apart the fabric of her new family, destroy her hard-earned stability, and sacrifice her future for her past. Along the way Jill learns that motherhood transcends mere biological and legal ties and requires only the power of the human heart.

8 comments:

chelleyreads said...

how sweet is that cover? love! the book itself sounds fantastic too. great pick!

Our WoW pick is HERE .

-Michelle

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Love the cover, but I've been disappointed by this author in the past so not sure I'll read this one.

Giselle said...

This sounds really cute I! I havem't read anything by this author yet!

Giselle
Xpresso Reads

Janiera said...

wow! this seems like a very interesting read that pulls at the heart strings!
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Samual said...

The book sounds very good! I LOVE the cover! It's very pretty! AWESOME choice! Thank you for sharing it!

Sam
Books For All Seasons

Jill said...

I read my first one of hers this year...I need to get caught up before this one.

Petra @ Safari Poet said...

Sounds like a great and emotional read.

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A. Knight said...

Emotional plot lines always make for great reads. This sounds like a moving, captivating read.

-Asher (from Paranormal Indulgence)