Unexpected change can be like a breath of fresh air—a little brisk at first, but magic for the body and soul.…Sarah Moon tackles life's issues with a sharp wit in her syndicated comic strip Just Breathe. With both Sarah and her cartoon heroine undergoing fertility treatments, her fiction often reflects her reality. However, she hadn't scripted her husband's infidelity.In the wake of her shattered marriage, Sarah flees to the coastal town in Northern California where she grew up. There, she revisits her troubling past: an emotionally distant father, the loss of her mother and an unexpected connection with Will Bonner, the high school heartthrob skewered mercilessly in her comics. But he's been through some changes himself. And just as her heart is about to reawaken, Sarah makes a most startling discovery. She's pregnant.The winds of change have led Sarah to this surprising new beginning. All she can do is just close her eyes…and breathe.
Another great book by Susan Wiggs. She makes you laugh one minute and cry the next.
I really liked the way Susan Wiggs had life experiences throughout the book. It starts with tragedy and it evolves to a type of soul searching. I would like to read some of the other non-romance books.
This a good story about picking yourself up and dusting off after life knocks you down with a problem. Instead of becoming bitter and hateful Sara just moves on. And meets again people from her past that impacted her life, and is going to do so again. This time in a positive way. Itís a good story, I liked listening to it. I would find things to keep me busy so I could continue to listen. Itís a great pick me up story!