I loved watching soap operas when I was younger as each episode ended with a thrilling cliffhanger. Wanda Brunstetter has implemented that exact idea here and it left me wanting more at the end of Goodbye to Yesterday. It's Book 1 in a series of 6 books. Can't wait to get my hands on Book 2! With it's manageable 121 pages, I easily read Goodbye to Yesterday in a day. To be honest, I felt that the story started off a bit slowly. Perhaps I was looking for more action instead of reflection. Luke and Meredith Stoltzfus are newlyweds that are struggling to manage their life and their marriage. Through their thoughts we learn that Luke was laid off from his job and the stress is finally taking it's toll in the home. I felt sorry for Meredith as she thinks she may be pregnant and worries for their future. Of course, Luke worries, too, as he's afraid he won't be able to provide for his new bride. The story starts to pick up when Luke hears from his Uncle Amos who is thinking of retiring. He wants to know if Luke would be interesting in carrying on his BUSINESS when he retires. This would require travel, being separated from his wife and way more than they could ever have imagined. In walks Alex Mitchell- a desperate druggie running for his life. He's destined to cross paths with Luke Stoltzfus and their lives will never be the same again...
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