A Curve in the Road
From USA Today bestselling author Julianne MacLean comes a suspenseful, emotionally charged novel that explores the secrets and hidden truths within a seemingly perfect marriage.Abbie MacIntyre is living the dream in the picturesque Nova Scotia town she calls home. She is a successful surgeon, is married to a handsome cardiologist, and has a model teenage son who is only months away from going off to college.But then one fateful night, everything changes. When a drunk driver hits her car, Abbie is rushed to the hospital. She survives, but the accident forces unimaginable secrets out into the open and plagues Abbie with nightmares so vivid that she starts to question her grip on reality. Her perfect life begins to crack, and those cracks threaten to shatter her world completely.The search for answers will test her strength in every way—as a wife, a career woman, and a mother—but it may also open the door for Abbie to move forward, beyond anger and heartbreak, to find out what she is truly made of. In learning to heal and trust again, she may just find new hope in the spaces left behind.

A Curve in the Road Details

TitleA Curve in the Road
Author
ReleaseAug 14th, 2018
PublisherLake Union Publishing
Rating
GenreFiction, Contemporary, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit

A Curve in the Road Review

  • Lynn
    January 1, 1970
    I’m not understanding why all the ravaging reviews?It is told from Abbie’s perspective, and it was boring! I only finished reading the book because of the fabricated reviews, and I wanted to see if the book would pick up or not. It is mostly reading female/mother/wife/ life problems! With occasional problems, life throws your way.There is no character development — absolutely none. I felt this story focused too much around the son. And, Abbie’s point of view was boring AF.She loses her husband w I’m not understanding why all the ravaging reviews?It is told from Abbie’s perspective, and it was boring! I only finished reading the book because of the fabricated reviews, and I wanted to see if the book would pick up or not. It is mostly reading female/mother/wife/ life problems! With occasional problems, life throws your way.There is no character development — absolutely none. I felt this story focused too much around the son. And, Abbie’s point of view was boring AF.She loses her husband who cheated on her, and the other woman ended up having his baby.Abbie’s problems consist of complaining, crying, what she will do next, how she will go about handling it. The typical LIFE ROUTINE. While reading this, I pictured Abbie as an older woman sitting in a rocking chair telling her life story.The last chapter she meets another guy, but it ends. No development. No progress. No HEA. And most of all, no romance. I read all this whiny shit for nothing! (Angry)This isn’t a romance novel I could escape in because it was too dull and didn’t have any romance. Even at the end, Abbie was so worried about what her grown son thought of her meeting another man.His father cheated on her, got another woman pregnant, and she’s worried about what her son would think? It sounds like Abbie was making excuses even though she claimed she wasn’t and you're worried about how your son will feel about you moving on after you took him to see his half brother?If the plot was different, it might have been enjoyable. I didn’t like the plot because there wasn't one, and I sure as hell hadn’t enjoyed it.  I do think it was sad her husband passed away. Though, didn’t connect to these characters. He dies early in the story, but her thoughts were just too lame to feel any sympathy for her.Importantly, I love the romance genre, and this book had none. 
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  • Erin
    January 1, 1970
    Thanks to Netgalley for an e- ARC in exchange for an honest review Set in Nova Scotia, A Curve in the Road follows the women's lit pattern of a wife discovering her recently deceased husband has a whole whack of secrets. But I found myself reeled in by the relatable characters and the fast paced storyline.
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  • Maureen
    January 1, 1970
    I was really hooked on this book especially at the beginning. I sat up late the first night finding it hard to put down. After the first quarter of the story, I felt as though I was watching a Lifetime movie, but I was still interested. Abbie is a doctor who is married to another doctor, Alan, a cardiologist. At the beginning of the story, she is in a terrible head-on car accident, the fault of a drunk driver. The drunk driver happens to be her husband! He does not survive the wreck and she has I was really hooked on this book especially at the beginning. I sat up late the first night finding it hard to put down. After the first quarter of the story, I felt as though I was watching a Lifetime movie, but I was still interested. Abbie is a doctor who is married to another doctor, Alan, a cardiologist. At the beginning of the story, she is in a terrible head-on car accident, the fault of a drunk driver. The drunk driver happens to be her husband! He does not survive the wreck and she has some serious injuries, but is able to be at her husband's bedside when he dies. There is a teenage son, Zack, who loves his father dearly, as does Abbie. When a devastating secret is revealed about her husband after his death, she is torn between loving him and hating him, and whether to reveal the secret to her son.It was a quick read, and did not have bad language or sex scenes. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4.
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  • Kathleen
    January 1, 1970
    A CURVE IN THE ROAD by Julianne MacLean is a suspenseful, emotionally charged novel that explores the secrets and hidden truths within a seemingly perfect marriage, set in picturesque Nova Scotia. Abbie MacIntyre's life will never be the same after a car accident caused by a drunk driver. The paramedics rush her to the hospital, but in the darkness of night they cannot find her dog Winston. This book was a page-turner. It grabbed me from the start and didn't let go. Although there were several t A CURVE IN THE ROAD by Julianne MacLean is a suspenseful, emotionally charged novel that explores the secrets and hidden truths within a seemingly perfect marriage, set in picturesque Nova Scotia. Abbie MacIntyre's life will never be the same after a car accident caused by a drunk driver. The paramedics rush her to the hospital, but in the darkness of night they cannot find her dog Winston. This book was a page-turner. It grabbed me from the start and didn't let go. Although there were several twists and turns and surprises, the story was realistic and entirely plausible. I was so involved with the characters and the relationships between them that I read it in one setting. I highly recommend A CURVE IN THE ROAD. 5 starsSpecial thanks to author Julianne MacLean, Lake Union Publishing, and NetGalley for providing me with a digital ARC of A CURVE IN THE ROAD, which allows me to write an unbiased review.
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  • Bette Crosby
    January 1, 1970
    Once again Julianne MacLean has created a story that will stay with you long after you have finished the book. It is a tale of betrayal, love, soul-searching, and forgiveness. There are twists and turns around every corner and through it all you will find yourself rooting for Abbie MacIntyre, a wife, mother, a woman betrayed, and truly likable protagonist.
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  • Wendy
    January 1, 1970
    A Curve In The Road, by Julianne MacLean, is a riveting tale that pulls you in from the beginning and doesn't let go. Throughout the entire book the author has the reader wondering about something. If it's not one thing then it's another. This held my attention eager to read more.Abbie's life is shattered and changes in a matter of seconds when she is seriously injured in a car accident. She tries to make the best choices for herself and her son as they move forward through life-changing circums A Curve In The Road, by Julianne MacLean, is a riveting tale that pulls you in from the beginning and doesn't let go. Throughout the entire book the author has the reader wondering about something. If it's not one thing then it's another. This held my attention eager to read more.Abbie's life is shattered and changes in a matter of seconds when she is seriously injured in a car accident. She tries to make the best choices for herself and her son as they move forward through life-changing circumstances. Her resilience is inspiring!Heartbreaking and Heartwarming "A Curve In The Road" is a wonderful read!Thank you to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for an arc of this novel in exchange for my honest review.
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  • megan
    January 1, 1970
    Cute, but predictable. Felt the most invested in the dog.
  • Jennifer Kyle
    January 1, 1970
    Meh
  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    Abbie’s life will never be the same after the fateful night she gets hit by a drunk driver. She is thrown a curveball and her storybook life begins to unravel. I engaged immediately in this well-paced intriguing story and its’ interesting characters. The author excels at building character relationships and sprinkling in twists I never saw coming. I loved Abbie’s awesome dog Winston who enriched the lives of his ‘humans’ Abbie and her son Zach as they attempt to rebalance their lives. Thanks to Abbie’s life will never be the same after the fateful night she gets hit by a drunk driver. She is thrown a curveball and her storybook life begins to unravel. I engaged immediately in this well-paced intriguing story and its’ interesting characters. The author excels at building character relationships and sprinkling in twists I never saw coming. I loved Abbie’s awesome dog Winston who enriched the lives of his ‘humans’ Abbie and her son Zach as they attempt to rebalance their lives. Thanks to Lake Union Publishing for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Tammy
    January 1, 1970
    How well do you know your spouse? When Abbie and her husband are in a tragic car accident, Abbie uncovers her husband's secrets while dealing with the aftermath. I went through so many emotions in this book...shock, grief, anger and happiness. A Curve in the Road was very well written and the story flowed easily. I had a hard time putting this one down!
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  • Dawnie
    January 1, 1970
    I can confess without guilt that the cover of this book sucked me in, and when i read what it was about i was even more interested! I love a good family story. Especially if it is about someone tries that starts new after something bad happens!This book promised to be a great one for me!It sadly wasn't.The writing didn't work that great for me, since it sometimes felt very stilted and at the next moment as if it was rushing through the plot. The plot itself wasn't that great for me either. It sa I can confess without guilt that the cover of this book sucked me in, and when i read what it was about i was even more interested! I love a good family story. Especially if it is about someone tries that starts new after something bad happens!This book promised to be a great one for me!It sadly wasn't.The writing didn't work that great for me, since it sometimes felt very stilted and at the next moment as if it was rushing through the plot. The plot itself wasn't that great for me either. It sadly wasn't anything new or with a new spin, just the rather typical "cheating and now what" kind of story that i am neither a fan of nor find exciting to read about if they are done well, sadly in this case it wasn't done well. The one thing i really loved about this book was how the main character cared for her dog! She's in an accident and basically only cares about her dog! Which is so realistic and relatable in my option as a dog owner! All in all this was a disappointing read for me. But overall it is not a horrible book so if you don't have anything against the cheating trope give this one a try, i guess.*thanks to netgalley.com, the publishers and the author for providing me with a free e-copy in exchange for a free and honest review!*
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  • Rebecca
    January 1, 1970
    After a car accident, secrets are revealed and Abbie's life is changed forever.This was a nice, light listen perfect for audiobook. Unfortunately, I didn't connect with any of the characters and after the car accident, I was more worried about the welfare of the dog, Winston, than the husband. Overall, the story line was much too predictable for me, but fans of women's fiction might enjoy it more than I did!Location: Nova Scotia
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  • Kristin Jenkins
    January 1, 1970
    I thought that after the first couple of chapters, it became little predictable.
  • Barbara White
    January 1, 1970
    Wow. I was sucked into the story from page one and couldn't stop reading. After Abbie's car is slammed off the road by a drunk driver, everything in her life unravels. A CURVE IN THE ROAD is a fast-paced, tightly plotted page-turner; an intricate tale of family secrets, unexpected twists, the resilience of the human spirit, and the coolest dog since Enzo.
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  • Christine Nolfi
    January 1, 1970
    A deeply stirring, emotional story of loss, grief, and betrayal that carries the reader on a journey filled with twists and secrets toward an uplifting destination where healing is found in new beginnings. You’ll root for Abbie on every step of her journey, and fall in love with her sweet dog, Winston. Highly recommended.
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  • Princessdarcy
    January 1, 1970
    ZERO STARS ~ NEGATIVE ZERO STARSI'm honestly so tired of book jackets hyping up a book only to read through the entire thing and then wish I'd spent that time plucking out my own eyelashes one by one.Some samples of the mindless drivel that the author thought we needed to know:(Winston is a dog)As I stand there watching Winston lift his leg to pee on the poleWinston’s sumptuous golden coatpick up my sparkling water and take a sip. Then our waiter brings our appetizers, and we admire the presenta ZERO STARS ~ NEGATIVE ZERO STARSI'm honestly so tired of book jackets hyping up a book only to read through the entire thing and then wish I'd spent that time plucking out my own eyelashes one by one.Some samples of the mindless drivel that the author thought we needed to know:(Winston is a dog)As I stand there watching Winston lift his leg to pee on the poleWinston’s sumptuous golden coatpick up my sparkling water and take a sip. Then our waiter brings our appetizers, and we admire the presentation before we dig inThe waiter brings our main courses, and Nathan and I lean forward to pick up our forks.We talk about all sorts of other things too, and time flies byOh you leaned forward to pick up your fork? That's very important to the story... I don't know how I would picture someone eating if you didn't describe the body movements of picking up a fork!The whole book is filled with that garbage! You find out in the first ten or so pages what the 'secret' is that the husband has been keeping (which if you've ever read a book before in your life you'd be able to predict what that 'secret' could be... it's the same damn 'secret' in all these types of books... Once we find out the secret, it's just an entire book of the woman whinging about her life, obsessing over her dog (I mean I'm all for dog lovers but this was over the top) and considering her kid's feelings around her romantic feelings which was just awkward.Really terrible writing, no plot development, the characters were flat and over all it felt like reading someone's poorly written journal.
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  • Roberta Ideus
    January 1, 1970
    AwfulWhat is up these days with using first person? Anyone can write in first person. I,I. Me,me. No character development. No other points of view. Boring. It’s like an essay. If books like this are now “Best Sellers” then we are truly in trouble.
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  • Laura Krooswyk
    January 1, 1970
    I highly recommend this book! I had a hard time putting it down
  • Elvan
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 starsIt was nice to read a book set in Nova Scotia and I was in need of the predictability I've come to expect when I slip into Chick Lit territory. Yes there is a middle aged woman who's life is changed dramatically one stormy night. Yes there is a dog, a golden retriever/ball of love and yes there is a son to protect yet allow to become the good man she knows he will become. I did think the bad things that happened to Abbie got piled on rather thick but have to say much like a predictable 3.5 starsIt was nice to read a book set in Nova Scotia and I was in need of the predictability I've come to expect when I slip into Chick Lit territory. Yes there is a middle aged woman who's life is changed dramatically one stormy night. Yes there is a dog, a golden retriever/ball of love and yes there is a son to protect yet allow to become the good man she knows he will become. I did think the bad things that happened to Abbie got piled on rather thick but have to say much like a predictable Hallmark movie I was turning pages waiting to see what else could befall our heroine. If you love formula and you enjoy speculating on what will happen next this one's for you.
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  • Myrna
    January 1, 1970
    This was quite a fast paced, complex story with a mystery or two. My first good (but not great IMHO) read from Julianne MacLean of love, loss, and second chances.
  • Lori L (She Treads Softly)
    January 1, 1970
    A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean is a so-so romantic drama.Abbie MacIntyre thought she had the perfect family. She is a successful surgeon who is married to a handsome cardiologist. Zach is a model teenage son and the family has a beloved golden retriever named Winston. Then she is in a car accident that changes her whole world. One unthinkable challenge after another is thrown at her and she has to try and find a way to cope and work through her challenges, anger, and grief while still b A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean is a so-so romantic drama.Abbie MacIntyre thought she had the perfect family. She is a successful surgeon who is married to a handsome cardiologist. Zach is a model teenage son and the family has a beloved golden retriever named Winston. Then she is in a car accident that changes her whole world. One unthinkable challenge after another is thrown at her and she has to try and find a way to cope and work through her challenges, anger, and grief while still being the parent Zach needs.The writing is certainly good. MacLean follows the five stages of grief. She handles Abbie's inner turmoil and questions with compassion and realism. It is an uplifting, maudlin, sentimental novel, and, if you require a happy ending, it is here. Abbie is a well-developed character.Any novel where the description involves a perfect family is bound to be the precursor to proving it just isn't so. Admittedly, I'm still a bit surprised at all the high ratings for A Curve in the Road. While it is not an awful novel, it is very predictable and formulaic. I knew what was going to happen almost right from the start and the unimaginable secrets were painfully obvious, which, in turn, made me feel impatient to get to a surprise or startling secret or... anything I hadn't already guessed was going to happen at almost the beginning of the novel.I did find several actions less-than-believable. One such question was when she learned some medical information about her husband that she could have confirmed rather than simply believing. It is most definitely women's fiction, but it heads a bit too much toward a romance novel for me, which I did not expect or I would not have chosen to review this novel.Disclosure: My review copy was courtesy of Lake Union Publishing.http://www.shetreadssoftly.com/2018/0...
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  • Isha Coleman
    January 1, 1970
    A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean  Life can change on a dime. It's the tests that teach us how strong we can be. A Curve in the Road is a tale of heartache that breeds courage. Abbie is a woman that has it all, until one tragic moment changes everything. Will she weather the storm and reach that hard earned rainbow? MacLean takes a moment in time and turns it into an uplifting journey of hope. The pain has a realism that is heartbreaking as well as relatable, but it's the message beyond t A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean  Life can change on a dime. It's the tests that teach us how strong we can be. A Curve in the Road is a tale of heartache that breeds courage. Abbie is a woman that has it all, until one tragic moment changes everything. Will she weather the storm and reach that hard earned rainbow? MacLean takes a moment in time and turns it into an uplifting journey of hope. The pain has a realism that is heartbreaking as well as relatable, but it's the message beyond the pain that serves to inspire.
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  • Britton Epps
    January 1, 1970
    This book was all over the place and so much was thrown in and I never felt connected because it was so disjointed.
  • Monet
    January 1, 1970
    OH. MY. GOD. If this character uttered the words “I’m a doctor” one more time I would have set this book on fire. Especially when most of the time that statement had no bearing on what was happening in the story. The character demands to know her blood pressure reading at the scene of a horrific accident where she had to be cut our of her vehicle with the jaws of life. The reason she needed this information at that specific time? “I’m a doctor.”On reaching the hospital she discovers that her hus OH. MY. GOD. If this character uttered the words “I’m a doctor” one more time I would have set this book on fire. Especially when most of the time that statement had no bearing on what was happening in the story. The character demands to know her blood pressure reading at the scene of a horrific accident where she had to be cut our of her vehicle with the jaws of life. The reason she needed this information at that specific time? “I’m a doctor.”On reaching the hospital she discovers that her husband was the driver of the other vehicle. When told that he’s dying she insists on jumping in with the emergency room personnel and assess the damage herself, because “I’m a doctor.”A nurse performing chest compressions grows tired. Although the character is exhausted and injured herself, she insists on taking over from the weary nurse. This apparently is fine with the nurse, who steps back and let’s the man’s WIFE take over his medical care because (you guessed it) she’s a doctor.She insists on leaving the hospital without being properly discharged, and the nurse agrees because she’s a doctor.Her dog went missing after the accident. When the dog is located at a veterinarian’s office she demands he tell her what’s going on and “to give it to me straight; I’m a doctor.”She meets with a woman who is obviously her husband’s mistress and is told that he was probably upset that day because he just discovered he had cancer. Our intrepid character want to know more, not because this is her husband being discussed, but because “I’m a doctor.”Why didn’t he tell her about the cancer (although his mistress was in the know). Didn’t he think she could handle it? “I’m a doctor.”Once again the dog ends up in the vet’s office. He offers to let her look at the X-rays, to which she replied “Oh, I’d better.” It isn’t until she gives her medical opinion that the vet is permitted to give his own. For heaven’s sake, she’s a surgeon, not a damn vet. Who does this? When the author writes a scene where our intrepid doctor is actually performing a surgery the dialog reads like a cheesy hospital drama written by someone who has never been in a hospital, let alone performed surgical procedures.Apparently our heroine is the only one in town who didn’t know her husband was having an affair. His mistress invites her to meet at a bar. While there the bartender tells the doctor to “go easy on her; she just lost someone.” What?! The someone she just lost was another woman’s husband. That hussy needs an ass whooping, not TLC.The writing was also a sticking point for me. She describes a glass of wine as a “great, big, gigantic glass.” A little overkill on adjectives, maybe? Don’t all those words mean the same thing? When constructing a sentence involving “Alan and I” she would consistently use “Alan and me” instead. When she meant to say “Alan and me” it would be written as “Alan and I.” I’m not the grammar police, but shouldn’t an author writing as a well educated woman know the proper use of pronouns?I went into this book believing it to be a novel about a woman dealing with the discovery, after a terrible accident, that her husband was cheating on her. That’s what the description on the fly leaf tells us. Instead, the bulk of the book consists of the doctor complaining that she can no longer perform surgery due to the narcolepsy she suffers from since the accident and mooning over the veterinarian she has now fallen in love with. What about the mistress? What about her husband driving drunk and almost killing her? This woman’s priorities appear to be somewhat skewed.Overall, this book was a huge disappointment. It took a long time to get absolutely nowhere and bored me from start to finish. The only drama in this story was in the summary. There were too many inconsistencies in the story and the characters’ actions to even list. The “romance” between the doctor and the vet was absolutely flat.My advise is that you never pick up this book. Trust me, I’m a reader.
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  • Janeen Swart
    January 1, 1970
    I listened to A CURVE IN THE ROAD and enjoyed the narration. The beginning really got me interested, but the plot became sluggish in the middle of the book. I never did see the point of the dreams the main character experienced. Perhaps the author just needed to add some words and a little more conflict. I think I kept expecting a big reveal which did sort of happened at the end and all turned into a great big happy ending. If you like your stories to turn out happily ever after then this book i I listened to A CURVE IN THE ROAD and enjoyed the narration. The beginning really got me interested, but the plot became sluggish in the middle of the book. I never did see the point of the dreams the main character experienced. Perhaps the author just needed to add some words and a little more conflict. I think I kept expecting a big reveal which did sort of happened at the end and all turned into a great big happy ending. If you like your stories to turn out happily ever after then this book is a good choice.
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  • Michael
    January 1, 1970
    Abbie is living the life of a fairytale, she loves the life that she is in. If anything can be anymore perfect than a daunting husband and son, she still has yet to found it. However her life falls apart that leaves her in a dire situation and life life becomes even more complicated after that unforgettable night. Honestly this book was really hard to rate because I really loved the story. However, I felt that it was too rushed, too many loopholes was not adding up. For instance it will have hin Abbie is living the life of a fairytale, she loves the life that she is in. If anything can be anymore perfect than a daunting husband and son, she still has yet to found it. However her life falls apart that leaves her in a dire situation and life life becomes even more complicated after that unforgettable night. Honestly this book was really hard to rate because I really loved the story. However, I felt that it was too rushed, too many loopholes was not adding up. For instance it will have hint a shocking moment in the story but then it will never explore what it was. I felt like it could have been better crafted.. I felt like the author was struggling to make a deadline to submit the final draft. I really loved the characterization and the story in the beginning but it was not as captivating. I will say it was a solid three, and I do plan to read more books by Maclean, but the story was lacking in consistency and the ending felt very rushed.
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  • Christie Sitterly
    January 1, 1970
    Wow! This book starts off with a bang and doesn't let up! An unimaginable tragedy strikes main character, Abbie. Author, Julianne MacLean, does a superb job portraying nightmarish circumstances and I felt like I was in Abbie's head, experiencing her anguish and confusion. Circumstances unravel a mystery surrounding Abbie's husband, sending her into further turmoil. Although things seem dire, an unexpected friendship does lead to a happily ever after. I highly recommend this book!
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  • Cindy
    January 1, 1970
    This was a book that grabbed you into the story from the very beginning! I love books that start like that. And this one just kept going, twisting my emotions, page by page.You never know when life is going to throw a big curve your way. And the characters in this book went through so much. Grief, sadness, shock, secrets, happiness, forgiveness...this book had it all. And the author definitely had me not wanting to put the book down.I've heard so many good things about this author and her books This was a book that grabbed you into the story from the very beginning! I love books that start like that. And this one just kept going, twisting my emotions, page by page.You never know when life is going to throw a big curve your way. And the characters in this book went through so much. Grief, sadness, shock, secrets, happiness, forgiveness...this book had it all. And the author definitely had me not wanting to put the book down.I've heard so many good things about this author and her books that I'm glad I finally got around to reading one. It will not be my last! This book absolutely lived up to her reputation as an author. Looking for an excellent book? Try this one. I recommend it highly!* I was provided an ARC to read from the publisher and NetGalley. It was my decision to read and review this book.
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  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    Four emotional stars to A Curve in the Road! ⭐⭐⭐⭐! This emotionally engaging book was hard for me to put down. Abbie is driving home on a lonely stretch of road one evening when a car approaches. That car swerves into her lane, creating an impact that will forever affect her life. In the fallout after the accident, Abbie learns she was hit by a drunk driver. She cannot reach her husband and as a result, learns shocking secrets about his life. The husband, and the life she thought she knew, has b Four emotional stars to A Curve in the Road! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️! This emotionally engaging book was hard for me to put down. Abbie is driving home on a lonely stretch of road one evening when a car approaches. That car swerves into her lane, creating an impact that will forever affect her life. In the fallout after the accident, Abbie learns she was hit by a drunk driver. She cannot reach her husband and as a result, learns shocking secrets about his life. The husband, and the life she thought she knew, has been rocked and will never be the same. I’m not going to give away any more of the story, I’ll just let you know there’s a shocking twist and a rollercoaster of events. I was emotionally engaged and could not put this down. Thank you @amazonpublishing for this advance reader in exchange for my honest review.
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  • Bette Crosby
    January 1, 1970
    See my review here - https://youtu.be/ytgGV--07Rs
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