Tom and Ruth’s four adult children have returned home. Chasing them from the nest may take conniving, reverse psychology, and some outstanding performances from the town’s community theater troupe. Break a leg? If it were only so painless!
A fast paced delightful book. Very believable characters. I found myself laughing out loud (as long as it wasn’t happening to me!)
Received this as a gift. Wonderful book I must say. Having no experience with an empty nest syndrome myself, this book paints a vivid picture depicting what my parents must be going through! Characters are setup in great detail with each chapter leaving you on a cliff hangar wanting more. Would absolutely recommend this book!
Such fun to read the ups and downs as the empty nest gets filled up again. We all love our kids but…… The Morgan family and their friends are great folks and I enjoyed getting to know them all.
Empty-nesting parents who find their adult children returning home will enjoy this book, but also a good read for anyone. Enjoy a lighthearted adventure into the lives of the not-so-perfect Tom and Ruth Morgan family!
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