The Devine Doughnut Shop
by Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown knows how to write women’s fiction that readers enjoy. Here she uses the familiar device of following of three characters lives and how they intersect with one another, in this case, though their shared ownership of a business.
Readers get to know Grace, Sarah and Macy. Each has a life with some issues. For example, Grace is trying to decipher coping with a teenager while Macy is planning her wedding. And, what is happening with Sarah and the doughnut shop itself? Read this one to find out.
While there is nothing that makes this title truly outstanding it does offer readers a comfortable and easy read. Those who enjoy family stories may want to take a look at this one.
Many thanks to NetGalley and Montlake for this title. All opinions are my own.