Determined to start over, Jade schedules a family vacation to a lakefront cabin. When her kids bail and Nick stays home to handle a last-minute work crisis, Jade heads to Chammont Point alone, determined to dust herself off and figure out what to do with the rest of her life.
While she’s away, the life she thought she had unravels. Secrets, lies, and old wounds drive Jade into new adventures and new relationships. With the help of family and newfound friends, Jade learns starting over sometimes means finding a brand new restarting point.
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NICUnurse’s Review of The Restarting Point by Marci Bolden
A while back, I received a request to review one of Marci Bolden’s books. It was the first one I’d read by this author, and I was more than pleasantly surprised. So I was anxious to see if I’d continue to really enjoy her work with this story. Spoiler alert: I did!
The Restarting Point is less of a romance and more of a chick-lit book. However, I loved it from the very beginning. The friendship that developed between career-driven Jade, quirky Darby, and down-to-earth Taylor was fascinating to watch unfold. Three very different personalities from very different backgrounds somehow meshed into a chosen family and added some along the way. There was a lot of emotion to wade through in Jade’s story alone, and watching her hit rock bottom when she thought she’d already been there, done that, literally brought tears to my eyes at some points. But watching her finally be able to start to pick up the pieces and learning that family isn’t always blood-related warmed my heart.
If you’re looking for a good, emotional read, look no farther than The Restarting Point. Not only is it a story about picking up the pieces, but it’s also a beautiful depiction of how true friendship, love, and support make all the difference.