In Celebration of INDIEpendence Day

The biggest problem I had with this post was deciding which of the many indie books I’ve enjoyed to highlight. I’ve read a lot of books over the past year that are more than worthy of a mention in celebration of INDIEpendence Day and I wish I could list them all. But the rules set out by the Indelibles for this blog hop specified one book, so I finally chose A Little Bit of Deja Vu by Laurie Kellogg.

Nearly twenty years ago, Jake Manion broke Margie Bradford’s heart. She thought she was over him. After all, she had married someone else and raised a teenage daughter. Meanwhile, Jake had nursed some wounds of his own, wounds that had left him a bit bitter where Margie was concerned.

When Margie’s husband died, she listened to her cousin and left the house she had shared with her husband and started a new life in a new town – the same town Jake, now divorced, was living in with his teenage son. As the old saying goes, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Almost immediately Margie’s daughter and Jake’s son meet at school and soon fall in love. Before the end of the school year, Margie’s daughter’s pregnant, and Margie and Jake have no choice but to work together to help their children with wedding and baby plans. The magnetism is still there, for both of them, but so are the memories of how it ended twenty years ago.

I’m not going to say any more about the story or I’ll end up saying too much. If you like starting over books with a bit of a twist, you really should give this book a try. Hope you check it out. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. I know I did.

And now, to continue the blog tour, you’ll have to go back to the homepage for the Indelibles. Sorry about that, but WordPress doesn’t support the tour link. Hope you enjoy your blog tour and find lots of new books to read.

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One Response to In Celebration of INDIEpendence Day

  1. MacKenzie, thank you so much for featuring my book on your blog today, and for your kind words about it.

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