Beth's Review: The Girl in Seat 24B by Jennifer Peel
Author Provided Copy
Publisher: Jennifer Peel
Released: September 29, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Religious
Length: 7 hours and 56 minutes
Narrator: Meghan Kelly
Format: ebook, paperback, audiobook
One red eye flight and ten years of marriage later, Carly Bishop had what she considered a practically perfect life. Her journalist husband and her two adorable children were everything to her. But soon she would find out that her dream life didn't fall in line with her husband's expectations. Left alone to sort out the pieces of her crumbling life, Carly finds strength in her children and her growing relationship with her in-laws. Most importantly, she finds her greatest strength as she builds a friendship with herself. Determined to move forward and be happy, Carly does her best to make the most of her difficult situation. But will it be enough to save her marriage and the man she loves, or will his selfishness destroy everything they've worked for, including his own happiness?
4.5 (Five) Boundless Stars
I found this to be a pleasantly sweet story of love and forgiveness. The characters were well developed and the story was suspenseful. As a reader, I was able to jump into the story and feel, love, hate and empathy for the characters. I listened to the audio version book and appreciated the narrators’ talent. This was a quick and smooth listen. I give it a strong 4.5 Boundless Stars. I enjoyed the book, but I really don’t think I could have been as forgiving without more remorseful actions, and even then, I’m not sure.