All Good Things
“:Leigh's books are somewhat reminiscent of Jan Karon's Mitford series in that we are given a marvelous set of characters we come to know and care about in short order. Where Leigh is surpassingly excellent, I think, is in the well drawn themes she lures us readers into considering: the resilience of true love, second chances, changing culture and its burdens, and the price of commitment. As a huge fan of her work, I just had to find out if Rachel really made it to the altar.”: –:Laz Barnhill, author of Lacey Took a Holiday and The Medicine People
'If you’:re looking for a ripping good story about characters you can take to heart, All Good Things is it. At the core is Rachel, embracing a new life at age 62 –: marrying for the first time, opening her arms wide enough to take on a whole community of friends, complete with joys and tribulations, including hers. It’:s a fine tale well told, and that’:s about the best thing you can say about a book.”: - Robert Inman, author of Home Fires Burning and Dairy Queen Days.
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