The Rift Between Us by Rebecca Marsh #Review

This book was meaningful.  The set up is the family dinner. Somehow the sisters just dont get each other as adults. Sort of sad, but it happens a lot. The fact that Ashley, Maria and Lauren just don’t get along anymore isn’t shocking, when you see how their paths differ. It seemed like they all had secrets. The author doesn’t play one against the other, so there is no direct conflict, just 3 women all stuck in their ways. Their father probably spent a year planning and paying for his postmortem follies. He did so much to make sure that his warning came true.  This part is the meaningful part for me. He made them need each other. He decided what would happen when he left the physical earth, leaving the girls as his puppets. Imagine spending 2 weeks in the close confines of this lake house….this is the book!


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Rebecca L. Marsh is an author of women’s fiction and a member of the Paulding County Writer’s Guild. She grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina, and now lives in Dallas, Georgia, with her husband and daughter.

When not writing or caring for her family (cats and dog included), Rebecca occasionally makes home-made candy and works on her scrapbooks (she is woefully behind).

She is the author of When the Storm Ends and The Rift Between Us (coming this summer)

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