Forever Friends by Sarah Mackenzie

Happy Publication Day to this book that celebrates friendship! Sadie is a young mother of a toddler who feels as though she is drowning. After experiencing post-partum depression and receiving very little support from her workaholic husband, she feels she can never live up to the standards of her mother in law. On top of this, she has just learned she is pregnant. Her dream had been to continue her design career that she loved before she became a mother. Now it looked like this was not going to be possible for many more years.

Renee is a 40 something empty nester who lives next door to Sadie and remembers and understands what it is like to be a young mother. Renee offers a supportive ear and helps Sadie out in time to save her 2 year old’s birthday party. She is a fantastic baker which reminds Sadie so much of her Grandmother’s baking.

When Renee is approached about a business venture, Sadie and Renee look at a partnership. Throw in a bit of romance for Renee, and a hurricane to their small cove and you’ve got a book that will keep you engaged.

I appreciated the friendship between these two women immensely, as well as other women’s issues not mentioned in this review. This book is inspirational and I enjoyed it immensely.

Thank you to Netgalley and Forever (Grand Central Publishing) for the ARC of this book in exchange for the honest review provided here.


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