Now That You Mention It

Kristan Higgins. HQN, $15.99 trade paper (416p) ISBN 978-1-335-90335-8
The journey to recovery is filled with love, loss, memories in the rewarding latest from bestseller Higgins (On Second Thought). Dr. Nora Stuart is broken: her clavicle literally after a recent accident and her heart figuratively after a breakup. She travels home to Scupper Island, Maine, to recuperate and reclaim the family she once loved. She’s determined to reestablish her relationship with her bitter, distant sister, Lily; bond with her angsty teenage niece, Poe; have meaningful conversations with her mother; and maybe find out where her father disappeared to when he left them. Nora’s path is as much about healing others as it is about healing herself. As she connects with her family, Nora also finds out the truth of why her father left. The dialogue is witty and the prose is smooth, and readers will be delighted to follow Nora’s discovery of new love with her old friend Sully. The ending wraps up neatly, though perhaps a little too quickly. Higgins’s fans will no doubt enjoy this moving take on starting over and repairing past hurts. (Jan.)
Reviewed on: 02/05/2018
Release date: 12/01/2017
Genre: Fiction
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