When Amanda’s mother deserts her to be with a new man, Amanda is hurt. She loses faith in the world, especially when her loving grandmother is diagnosed with cancer. Amanda struggles to find answers, and then on the banks of the Junction River she, along with Shana, her adopted dog, and Vernon, a grieving alcoholic, experience an unexpected, terrifying event that helps her learn to forgive.
This was a very short e-book that I received a coupon code for in exchange for a review.
The author has a way of creating characters that seem to pop off the page. Even though this was a very quick read, I really felt that I knew Amanda as a friend.
However, I felt that this story could have been fleshed out a little better. I am sure that the author could have gone into a little more detail on the events that transpired. I don’t want to go into too much detail. As I said, it is a very short read and just mentioning too much can give the whole story away.