By Debbie Macomber
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Debbie Macomber returns to Seattle’s cherished Blossom road during this heartfelt story of friendship, renewal, and learning what’s actually very important in life.
For years Libby Morgan dreamed in simple terms of constructing associate in her aggressive, high-pressure legislations company. She sacrificed every thing for her career—her neighbors, her marriage, her likelihood at making a relations. whilst her boss calls Libby into his workplace, she assumes it's going to ultimately be excellent news, yet not anything can organize her for the surprising fact: She’s been enable cross and needs to rebuild her complete lifestyles . . . beginning now.
With no activity clients in sight, Libby reaches out to previous neighbors and spends her afternoons at an outstanding Yarn, the neighborhood knitting shop. There she kinds a detailed bond with Lydia, the sweet-natured store proprietor; Lydia’s lively teenage daughter, Casey; and Casey’s ally, Ava, a shy but stricken lady who will form Libby’s destiny in incredible and profound methods.
As a very good Yarn turns into a moment home—and the ladies a brand new form of family—Libby relishes the several individual she’s develop into. She even unearths time for love with a captivating and good-looking health care provider who seems her ideal fit. yet simply as every thing is coming jointly, Libby needs to choose which may without end swap the lifestyles she holds so dear.
Warmly informed and richly textured, Starting Now is full of the promise of recent beginnings and the never-ending delights of companionship and love.
Praise for Starting Now
“Debbie Macomber is surely between America’s favourite authors [with] a masterful present of making stories which are either spell binding and encouraging. . . . Her Blossom road characters look as hot and being concerned as liked friends.”—Wichita Falls Times checklist information
“There is a cause that legions of Macomber lovers ask for extra Blossom road books. They totally have interaction her readers as her characters notice happiness, goal, and that means in life.”—Booklist (starred review)
“Macomber is familiar with the customarily advanced nature of a woman’s friendships, in addition to the emotional language girls use with their friends.”—New York magazine of Books
From the Hardcover edition.