In April, Mailbox Monday is being hosted by Amy of Passages to the Past.
Last week I received Mothers and Daughters by Rae Meadows. The back cover of the book reads:
When a box of Iris's belongings arrives on Sam's doorstep, she discovers things about her mother she never knew - or could even guess. But she is puzzled by much of what she finds. She learns that Violet, the woman she knows as her grandmother, left New York City as an eleven-year-old girl and found a better life in the Midwest. But what was the real reason behind Violet's journey? And how could she have come that far on her own at such a tender age?
Mothers and Daughters is a luminous novel about three generations of women, the love they share, the dreams they refuse to surrender, and the secrets they hold.
I've already read the first few pages and it has me very interested! Happy spring reading everyone!