Format: Trade Paperback
Fiction - Contemporary Women
What hopes and dreams do you see when you peer into the looking "glass?" Do you see what was or what could be? Have you put off your dreams or have unfulfilled promises in your life because of situations out of your control? Well, I know I do.
Step into the pages of The Girl in the Glass. Through Meg's life of work and dysfunctional family relations, we see a glimpse of ourselves... or maybe a friend. She is not the strongest person, and the unexpected solo trip to Florence helps her realize she can accomplish more that she thought. Meg is able to finally break free of past hurts and disappointments and learns to embrace the future. I truly enjoy a book in which I can relate to the characters.
Susan Meissner has woven a wonderful story of the bonds that connect us to each other. My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
I received a complimentary copy of The Girl in the Glass from Waterbrook Press for my honest review.
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