Monday, June 11, 2012

review: the possibility of you by pamela redmond

Pamela Redmond tells an incredible story with The Possibility of You.  I did not want to stop reading this book.  I loved every single character and every single plot point in a book with multiple storylines over a few generations that finally end up tying together.  There are four women here:  Bridget and her employer, Maude in 1916; Billie in 1976; and Cait in the present day.  Each of these women becomes pregnant at some point (though Maude already has her child when she’s introduced) and their lives are forever changed, but not necessarily for the better as tragedy strikes the earlier generations and leaves Cait, who was adopted, seeking to uncover her heritage as she decides whether or not she wants to have a baby by the married man with whom she had a one night stand.
Review copy provided by the publisher, Gallery Books.

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