This is a pleasant read about a new widow dealing with her husband’s recent passing. The marriage had been a happy one and the story is not maudlin nor stricken, but gently progressive. Sprinkled in with her present day challenges and her retrospective wonderful memories are productive kernels of wisdom about going forward. Love remains and good continues to unfold. Life is never on hold. I give it four stars.
Book Review: The Year of Pleasures