Ending on a cliffhanger, Wanda E. Brunstetter’s first book, Goodbye to Yesterday in her all new Discovery series takes readers on a journey many are facing today. Hit by the recession, newly married Luke and Meredith face financial struggles as Luke is unemployed. When a promising opportunity for work comes up Luke wants to jump on the idea. Meredith, on the other hand has her doubts about the opportunity. As Luke tries to figure out what to do to support him and his wife, Meredith has a secret of her own. As Luke gets ready to go on a trip, Meredith contemplates how to break the news. As Luke starts on his trip to find a new way for him and his wife, the story ends on a cliffhanger leaving you wanting the next book. I really enjoyed Wanda’s new book Goodbye to Yesterday and I loved the cliffhanger ending! I was really excited to start her new series and I really love how they are releasing one book each month for six months. I think this is a great idea and it gives readers more time with the characters Goodbye to Yesterday was a quick read because the book was shorter since there are more installments. I liked this because it kept the story moving. I also enjoyed how relevant the story is for the times we are living in. The couple, Luke and Meredith have only been married for a little over a year and Luke lost his job. The couple, living on a savings account that is diminishing, like many people today, have to find a way. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Goodbye to Yesterday and I think many readers will be able to relate to the story. Be sure to check back starting tomorrow as I countdown to the release of Goodbye to Yesterday with an interview with Wanda!
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