#Review – MAGGIE’S FORK IN THE ROAD by Linda Bradley


5 Stars



This book was a great continuation of the lives of Maggie and her mother, Glad, and Maggie’s neighbors, John and Chloe. Maggie’s mother, Glad, is a great character and leaves me wondering if something may happen to her so Maggie will allow herself to follow her heart to Montana. Great weekend read that leaves you hoping for the best with Maggie and John. Can’t wait to see what happens next! 

This is Book #2 in the Montana Bound series. You can see my #5Star review for MAGGIE’S WAY HERE! Stay tuned for my review on Book #3 – MAGGIE’S MONTANA soon!!

Maggie Abernathy learns that pesky neighbors John and Chloe McIntyre are moving to Montana. The only problem is…she can’t fathom living without them now that they’ve stolen her heart. While trying to digest the news and accept John’s decision to leave Michigan, Maggie ventures to Chicago with Chloe to see Chloe’s Hollywood mother in a photo shoot, where the three kindle a quirky bond making it even harder for Maggie to say goodbye. With the support of Maggie’s meddling mother, her best friend Judy, and a surprise visit from Montana rancher Winston Ludlow McIntyre, Maggie begins to wonder which fork in the road leads home.

Linda’s inspiration comes from her favorite authors and life itself. Her women’s fiction highlights characters that peel away outer layers of life to discover the heart of their dreams with some unexpected twists and turns along the way. Her writing integrates humor found in everyday situations, as well as touching moments, thus creating avenues for readers to connect with her characters.
Linda has an Associates Degree in Interior Design and a Master’s Degree in Reading and Language Arts with undergraduate work in Elementary Education and Fine Arts. She wrote and illustrated a children’s book titled, The Hunter for her Master’s Degree. Linda is a member of RWA, as well as the Greater Detroit Chapter of RWA.
Linda has two grown sons, lives with her husband, and rescue dog in Royal Oak, Michigan.

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