One of my favorite fiction tropes is new beginnings. I love it when characters return home (usually a small town) and revisit their past. When characters learn new things about the people the left behind, as well as themselves. When the heart-broken, lonely, or struggling main character begins life anew.
You’ll Think of Me, by Robin Lee Hatcher, is a sweet, yet deeply emotional story about Brooklyn Myers’ new beginning. With past hurts of being abandoned, she takes her daughter Alycia, back to Thunder Creek. Revisiting the past isn’t easy, but she’s willing to do what it takes to assure Alycia’s wellbeing.
I became fully absorbed in this Christian fiction book from the first page. The characters are engaging and the plot is believable. With elements of faith, forgiveness, and perseverance, this is a full story that swelled my heart. The perfect book to sink into over the weekend, with characters that will stay with you.
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
First Line: Brooklyn Myers sat on the narrow stretch of lawn beside the brick apartment building, watching her ten-year-old daughter.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booklook and NetGalley and was under no obligation to post a review.