Today I have a review of The Distance Between Four Points. A big thank you to the author and TNBBC Publicity for the gifted copy.
After Robin Besher’s husband passes away, she learned he has used all their savings on rentals in the tiny Appalachian town, Four Points, where Robin grew up.
Robin and her daughter, Haley, had to Four Points to quickly renovate the rentals. Robin has a huge secret to hide from her teenage years, and it’s threatened when Haley becomes close to a teen mom.
If you love immersive storytelling, please pick up this book. This is exactly the kind of story I love to get lost in with richly drawn characters, an atmospheric setting with character and secrets, and strong, hopeful women.
I’d read anything this author writes and will definitely be reading Each Vagabond by Name.
I received a gifted copy. All opinions are my own.
About the Book:
Soon after her husband’s tragic death, Robin Besher makes a startling discovery: He had recklessly blown through their entire savings on decrepit rentals in Four Points, the Appalachian town Robin grew up in. Forced to return after decades, Robin and her daughter, Haley, set out to renovate the properties as quickly as possible―before anyone exposes Robin’s secret past as a teenage prostitute. Disaster strikes when Haley befriends a troubled teen mother, hurling Robin back into a past she’d worked so hard to escape. Robin must reshape her idea of home or risk repeating her greatest mistakes. Margo Orlando Littell, author of Each Vagabond by Name, tells an enthralling and nuanced story about family, womanhood, and coming to terms with a left-behind past.
Have you read The Distance Between Four Points, or is it on your TBR? Happy Reading! ~ Jennifer THR