When You’re Not You (Book Thoughts: It’s You, Jane Porter

23398804I have read a couple of Jane Porter novels and have enjoyed them. But ‘It’s You’ reads veyr different from her other books. This one seems seeped in a little more melancholy. Allison McAdams is a dentist, and was engaged to be married, before her fiancee commits suicide. She doesn’t know why, and is at a loss. His father who lives in Napa Valley, suddenly becomes ill so she comes to visit him, and her life is changed. Well, not initially. She meets the people from his senior home, and they become her family. I enjoyed the book enough, but there is a sub story here focusing on Edie, who is a survivor of Hitler’s Germany, and that story, while engrossing, seems to be from anther book entirely. This is a great read though, and I zipped through teh pages. I recommend it.

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