Penny Hope plays it safe and rarely takes a risk. A chance meeting with a free-spirited woman changes her view of life. She embarks on a journey that will either destroy her or bring her great joy.
The author does a good job with this character's growth from a timid woman to one who takes a chance on a better life. Penny makes mistakes along the way but learns a great deal. I'd definitely say this is a character-driven story. and many will relate to Penny's struggles.I'm giving this book five stars.
Writers and Readers: Character-driven or plot-driven stories - which do you prefer and why?
Thanks Susan for this short review, I saw Terri's book come by several times.
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