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Marnies Plan
Title : Marnies Plan
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ISBN : 9781540630186
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 238

Marnie Fairchild is a planner, but when life throws one too many curve balls, the drive to bounce back evaporates. Empty after caring for her beloved Grams, who had Alzheimer’s, and betrayed by her fiancé, Marnie spirals into depression. Enter her warrior friends, led by Hilary, a life coach. Voilà, “Marnie’s Plan” is born. She agrees to all the seven points on the plan, eMarnie Fairchild is a planner, but when life throws one too many curve balls, the drive to bounce back evaporates. Empty after caring for her beloved Grams, who had Alzheimer’s, and betrayed by her fiancé, Marnie spirals into depression. Enter her warrior friends, led by Hilary, a life coach. Voilà, “Marnie’s Plan” is born. She agrees to all the seven points on the plan, except the last one: to fall in love. Rebuilding her life in Rockport, a quaint town on the North Shore, takes time and money. Needing a job, she responds to an ad for a housekeeper’s position, but fate intervenes, and instead she becomes a live-in nanny for rambunctious three-year-old Emily. Her brusque father, Nathan Hunt, a mystery writer, is desperate for help with his daughter. With one look at Emily, Marnie’s heart melts. Is there a future for Nate and Emily in Marnie’s Plan?


Marnies Plan Reviews

  • Madi Dearson

    I loved this book. It's tells the emotional story of Marnie Fairchild, leading us through the meaningful journey Marnie travel through. It starts at a low point in Marnie's life - losing her ailing grandmother who raised her, and breaking up with a cheating fiancé'. Then the story leads us through Marnie's struggle with grief and recovery ending with her finding herself again, her inner strength and spirit, learning to trust her heart again and finding love and self fulfilment. All through it a [...]

  • Vikki Vaught

    I'm not normally into women's fiction, but Marnie's Plan was a throughly enjoyable read. It's a story of famil, friendship and love. I particularly enjoyed Marnie's relationship with her gramms. Her willingness to sacrifice so much for her was amazing. Ms. Davies gives the reader an incredible picture of what it must be like to care for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease. It is truly heart-breaking and a dreadful end for many individuals.I liked the romance between Nate and Marnie, and I fell [...]

  • Jennifer Smith

    Marie’s Plan is an emotional roller-coaster through a life filled with unexpected tragedies and triumphs. I enjoyed Marie’s gang of girl friends who helped Marine by giving her a seven-step-plan to get her life on track. Though the subject of Alzheimer’s disease is personally explored in this story, the overall tempo is uplifting, and at times, humorous. I highly recommend it.

  • Anil Joshi

    Intriguing journey through a few years life of Marnie, through her life with her Grandmother, her friends and finally her life as a nanny and more. A book that is difficult to put down as with each swipe brings you closer to the conclusion that is enjoyable and emotional.

  • cheryl allen

    I loved everything about this book. It was a really quick read and kept you engaged in the story. I hated to see the book come to an end. Looking forward to reading more from this author and can't wait for the other books in the Diamonds in the Rough Series.