Sarah Pekkanen is the internationally bestselling author of The Opposite of Me, Skipping a Beat, These Girls, The Best of Us, Catching Air, and Things You Won’t Say. Her work has been published in People, The Washington Post, and USA TODAY, among other publications. She lives with her family in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Beginning Again: An eShort Storyby Sarah Pekkanen
Things have always gone perfectly for Corrine Brown—until now. She’s separated from her husband of less than three years, and going solo to her baby sister’s wedding in Minnesota. As happy as she is for Ilsa, the/b>/b>/b>
A heartwarming original estory that shows that there is life—and yes, even love—after heartbreak.
Things have always gone perfectly for Corrine Brown—until now. She’s separated from her husband of less than three years, and going solo to her baby sister’s wedding in Minnesota. As happy as she is for Ilsa, the weekend is long and lonely, and she’s eager to get back to her life in LA…until she realizes that her life, as she’s known it, is over. Forced to reinvent herself just when she thought was finally settled, Corrine soon learns that sometimes, the most rewarding adventures are the ones that we least expect.
A continuation of the original short e-stories All Is Bright and Love, Accidentally, but told from the point of view of a new character, Beginning Again is a heartfelt take on what happens when one happily ever after fades—and another begins.
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As Sarah’s other books and e-books, I love her beautifully designed covers which draw you in, allowing the reader to put themselves into the inviting setting. As mentioned in my other reviews, I love e-short stories, as they set the stage for what is to come--enough to tease you and make you look forward to more. I especially enjoy her careful planning of the characters in each of her e-short stories as they are intertwined (fun catching up with familiar characters and meeting new ones). Nice to hear more from Corrine (Ilsa’s sister) after her breakup from her marriage. She is forced to reinvent herself, moving out of her home into a home (with spectacular garden) she shares with some colorful roommates (all younger and single). When she receives the news her husband is re-marrying his first wife – she is so down and her new found friends bring her around. She finds there is much to learn from her new found friends. I loved the eco dolphin tie in and reflective of the saying “When one door closes, another opens”.
I really enjoyed this book. I can't wait for more!!!!!! Hurry!!!!! I want to know what happens next. A great writer. Fantastic series. J... :-@
Not as good as some of her other short stories, but a nice evening read.