REVIEW This Fine Life

Friday, May 21, 2010

It is the summer of 1959 and Mariette Puttnam has just graduated from boarding school. When she returns to her privileged life at home, she isn't sure where life will take her. More schooling? A job? Marriage? Nothing feels right. How could she know that she would find the answer waiting for her in the narrow stairwell of her father's apparel factory, exactly between the third and fourth floors?

In this unique and tender romance, popular author Eva Marie Everson takes you on a journey through the heart of a young woman bound for the unknown. Discover the joys of new love, the perseverance of deep friendship, and the gift of forgiveness that comes from a truly fine life.

My Review: Having just read the description I received from Baker publishing and I agreed to read and review it, I had no more information than that and boy was I surprised. This was more than a romance it was really a book about a girl who had to grow up and make decisions for herself. It was based in the late 50's and early 60's, in the south, and the expectations put on Marietta were not what she wanted for herself. I really enjoyed every part of this book. There was nothing that I didn't like. I highly recommend it and give it a lighthouse and shine a light on it for pointing a path to God!


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