Things Remembered-Georgia Bockoven

Things Remembered

Georgia Bockoven

Morrow, Oct 16 2012, $14.99

ISBN: 9780062195166

 

When their parents died, their maternal grandmother Anna raised the three sisters.  The youngest Grace is a wannabe actress living in Southern California.  The middle sibling pregnant Heather seems contented raising her two and a half children.  The oldest Karla owns a coffee shop in Northern California.   

 

When she learns Grandmother Anna is dying, Karla leaves for Rocklin to insure the affairs of the woman who raised her and sisters are in order.  She does not want to see her relative as their relationship was combative.  Both are obstinate ready to fight at the slightest nothings though the dying elderly woman prays for reconciliation with the granddaughter who is most like her.  They find common ground since Karla needs to know Anna’s memories of her mother and Anna needs to know Karla’s memories of her daughter.  As they begin to respect and cherish each other, Karla meets and is attracted to single dad Mark Taylor, a divorced veterinarian, but fears her feelings.

 

This reprint of an engaging family drama remains fresh as readers will enjoy the dysfunctional yet loving relationships between the three siblings and with their grandmother.  Obviously the prime focus is on Karla whose life gets further complicated with her feelings for father and daughter.  Although the reasons for the discord between Anna and Karla are never fully explained, fans will enjoy the pair sharing Things Remembered about the loved one who binds them.

 

Harriet Klausner

 

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