In “The Lost Husband,” Katherine Pannill Center somehow combines a list of fairly generic chick lit tropes into an original and compulsively readable story. Sure, the protagonist, Libby, is a young widow bringing her adorable children to find peace and the simple life on the family farm, but it doesn’t lead to worn-out epiphanies about finding the value of Real Life (TM) after giving up Starbucks and smartphones.
Via The Lost Husband
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