On the blog today I am reviewing In Robin’s Nest by Elizabeth Sumner Wafler for Suzy Approved Book Tours
Release Date: October 1, 2020
About The Book:
What if your daughter spotted you in a rock video astride the shoulders of the father she never met?
Robin Hamilton is poised to reveal a three-decades-old family secret that will alter the course of three lives. Her daughter Lark unexpectedly spots her mother in a rock documentary, twenty-one, luminous, and perched on the shoulders of a handsome young man. That man is Lark’s father, Dean Falconer, though neither of them knows the truth. Robin decides it’s time to come clean. Flashback to 1977 when Robin meets Dean at a Washington, D.C. concert. The two fall in love over a single transcendent weekend. But now Robin hasn’t spoken to Dean in thirty-five years. While Lark is enthusiastic about meeting her father, Robin must deal with what could have been. A spring full of revelations, and one extraordinary summer in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia will teach these three the ultimate measure of honesty, passion and devotion.
IN ROBIN’S NEST is a richly detailed story, resplendent in charm and poignancy. It’s about living with your choices, the ties that keep family together, and finding that it’s never too late.
Miss W’s Book Review:
In Robin’s Nest is a well written story that I would classify as women fiction.
The story has alternating timelines between the present and in the past in the 1970’s.
I enjoyed the second chance theme in this story.
The characters are complicated, complex and well fleshed out.
The music theme is prevalent and I enjoyed that aspect.
A great story about relationships, love, loss and second chance.
About The Author:
Elizabeth Wafler writes evocative women’s fiction. A member of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association, she serves as Director of Craft Education. She enjoys working with other writers through her editorial business Four Eyes Editorial. Elizabeth founded the popular Facebook group Women Writers 6.0, an inspiring and encouraging group for vibrant and growing women writers of any genre. She lives with her husband and cairn terrier Mirabelle in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, where she can be found at a farmer’s market in search of the perfect heirloom tomato, or at one of the area’s vineyards, enjoying a glass of Virginia wine. Website: www.elizabethsumnerwafler.com
Until the next Chapter,