A Bend In The Willow by Susan Clayton-Goldner 

image⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️A Bend In The Willow by Susan Clayton-Goldner. Published by TIRGEARR Publishing. I would like to thank the author and publisher for my complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my own voluntary unbiased opinion.

Life is hard. No one knows that better than the main character, Robin Lee Carter. She is a young girl in the 1950’s. Her home is in a small town named Wildwood, Kentucky. She endures many different types of abuse. The family struggles financially to get by. Robin Lee’s mom, who is her rock, makes it paramount that daughter will have what she needs to have a wonderful life as an adult. Eventually her moms dreams for her come true. A new state. A new name. Her past life and present life collide when her little boy is fighting for his life

All of the characters are well developed. The plot is original. It moves quickly using flashbacks when necessary. This is an involved story which is easy to follow

I love this novel. Once I started it I just wanted to read the entire book straight threw but life gets in the way. A true page turner.