MAGGIE’S FORK IN THE ROAD
Montana Bound Series Book 2
Publisher: Soul Mate Publshing
Genre: Women's Fiction
Release date: July 6, 2016
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 to say goodbye. With the support of Maggie's meddling mother, best friend Judy, and a surprise visit from Montana rancher, Winston Ludlow McIntyre, Maggie begins to wonder which fork in the road leads home.
"Superb writing once again from this author. Her way with words is magical. Linda's characters come alive, jump out of the book and grab you in. I have grown attached to Maggie, John, Chloe and Glad and I am going to miss them...Book 3 can't come soon enough!" —Roni Hall, author of Montana Wild
"I loved the first book in the series. This is women's fiction with a delightful voice and cast of characters. Maggie continues her story with the same eccentric cast of characters and a new adventure to grasp. If she can just let go of her fears. I love the 'feel' of this book." —Susan B. James, Author of Time and Forever
"After reading Maggie's Way, I was anticipating another great summer read from Linda Bradley's Montana Bound Series, and she did not disappoint. I could relate in so many ways to Maggie and her frustration with being a teacher with the difficult demands that are put upon educators today. I loved the visual pictures Ms. Bradley painted of Lake St. Clair in Grosse Pointe, making it easy to understand why it was so difficult for Maggie to make the decision to leave, even if it was for "all the right reasons." I can't wait to read the final book in the series to find out if there really is a HEA for Maggie, John and Chloe." —Teachernut, Amazon Review
"I began reading Maggie’s Fork in the Road about a week ago, but I put the book aside after only a half-chapter. My inner-reader/writer told me to stop. To back-track and read the first book in the series before I went on with the new one. And boy am I glad I did. Book 1, Maggie’s Way, has over 30 well-deserved five-star reviews. I predict this follow-up story will do just as well." —Authorlady08, Amazon Review
"This sequel picks up after Maggie’s Way, and our cast has returned, and I had no issues connecting with Maggie this go around. We are also introduced to a few new ones that squeeze into Maggie’s unconventional group.
The book remains character driven, with a lot of characters you can’t help but fall for yourself. I would definitely recommend reading this series in order so you don’t miss out, they can be read separately, but the better experience is reading them in order." —Cyrene Olson, Uncaged Book Reviews
"This book is about life, cancer, healing, love and family and friends. This book reached into my heart and couldn't put it down." —Real, Amazon Review