Good Will by Tiffany W. Killoren
ebook, 185 pages
Expected publication: February 25th 2020 by Amphorae Publishing and Walrus Publishing
About the Book:
Four women learn to let go—and get back more than they ever expected. There's no road map for what to do when your husband dies—when he jumps off a bridge to escape mistakes that he made, or even welcomed, into your lives. But Lily doesn't need to consult a map for this particular part of her journey; she knows the way back to the small town she left behind. With a precocious seven-year-old who reminds her too much of his father tucked safely in the back seat, Lily leaves New York with everything she owns packed in a U-Haul, including memories that come in waves like fields along the highway, and an envelope she is too afraid to open. Once she settles in, she sifts through a box of things destined for the local thrift store—items from her past that will connect four women in unexpected ways and give them all the strength they need to move on.
This is a wonderful book and was such a treat to read. Tiffany W. Killoren writes women's fiction like you're reading someones diary. I loved this book from the first sentence. The writing is vivid and moving, and captures your heart. I could smell the smells she described and feel the sadness the characters felt.
Speaking of characters...Such a mixed bag of wonderful, strong women who made me laugh, cry, get mad, and sigh with joy. They kept you dying to know who was going to do what next. The feelings I got while reading this wonderful story were magical...such is the gift of wonderful writing.
Good Will is a story of loss, secrets, misconceptions, guilt, forgiveness, friendship and womanhood. You definitely feel like you could fit in with the townspeople the author writes about & be friends with the main characters. Good Will will change you and you'll want to put this on your TBR list.
Thank you NetGalley, Tiffany W. Killoren, Amphorae Publishing and Walrus Publishing for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.
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