Reflections of Yesterday - Debbie Macomber

Reflections of Yesterday

By Debbie Macomber

  • Release Date: 2015-01-13
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 59 Ratings

Description

Now available for the first time as an eBook, Debbie Macomber’s moving novel of heartbreak and hope is a classic story about how love can heal even the deepest wounds.
 
Twelve years have passed since Angie Robinson fled her hometown of Groves Point, South Carolina, with ten thousand dollars and a broken heart. She knows Simon Canfield still lives there. His powerful family practically owns the town. Now she’s back, if only to return the money Simon’s mother paid her to leave. For too long Angie has lived with her regrets, her mistakes, and her suffering. If there’s forgiveness to be had, the time has come.
 
Years of anger and bitterness have hardened Simon’s resolve, and he doesn’t want any part of Angie—or her excuses. But when he discovers the truth about what happened and why she skipped out on him, everything changes. Simon lost the woman he loves once. Despite all that’s happened since, and all that still stand between them, he’s not about to lose her again.
 
Praise for Debbie Macomber
 
“No one tugs at readers’ heartstrings quite as effectively as Macomber.”Chicago Tribune
 
“The reigning queen of women’s fiction.”The Sacramento Bee
 
“It’s impossible not to cheer for Macomber’s characters. . . . When it comes to creating a special place and memorable, honorable characters, nobody does it better than Macomber.”BookPage
 
Published by Debbie Macomber Books

Reviews

  • Terrible message for women

    2
    By Cabby1490
    The book starts out okay. Then you realize Simon is codependent and a control freak. And Angie is a flat character whose main attribute is to take the abuse of her father and love interest. Spoiler alert... It is never explicitly said but I’m pretty sure that Simon rapes Angie and she is not even upset about it. She is just praying she gets pregnant. There is a difference between forgiveness and not having enough self worth to understand when to stick up for yourself. The author deals with all of these dramatic issues but seems completely unaware of their true implications. They are more just plot points. The writing is just shallow.
  • Reflections of yesterday

    5
    By Close-by
    Not one of her best!!!