Three Good Things.
Author Wendy Francis
takes her readers into the lives of two sisters, a bakery, and
challenged loves. Both missing their mother, sisters Ellen and Lanie,
close and supportive of one another, share secrets...well, most of them.
While getting to know Ellen, the reader also learns about kringles,
or, at least, I did. This pastry sounds tasty...glad the recipe was
included in the final pages of the novel. This bakery, often a means of
therapy for Ellen, provides the door through which several of the minor
characters are introduced, as well as the man that just might hook
I enjoyed the storyline, quckly learning that character development is a
strength of this writer, resulting in our visiting the lives of three
of the main characters...both the sisters and Lanie's husband Rob, which
was interesting rocking back and forth and seeing their marriage
through the lenses of both spouses. All of these characters I liked as
I enjoyed getting to know them, happy when their lives began to
reconcile as I had hoped.
Wendy Francis' next novel The Summer of Good Intentions releases this July.