The Ladies of Covington Send Their Love

The Ladies of Covington Send Their Love

Cautious Grace Singleton, uncertain of her place in an intimidating world. Outspoken Hannah Parrish, harboring private fear that may change her life. Fragile Ameila Declose, shattered by devastating grief. Circumstance has brought these disparate women of "a certain age" to a Pennsylvania boardinghouse where three square meals and a sagging bed is the most any of them can look forward to. But friendship will take them on a starting journey to a rundown North Carolina farmhouse where the unexpected suddenly seems not only welcome, but delightfully promising. And with nothing more than a bit of adventure in mind, each woman will be surprised to find that they years they've reclaimed from the shadow of twilight will offer something far more rare: confidence, competence, and even another chance at love...

Title:The Ladies of Covington Send Their Love
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780312979454
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  • Lynne Spreen

    My apologies to the many people who loved this book, but I had to force myself to finish it. Grace, the main character, is extremely weak and a doormat. Amelia, scarred horribly from mental and physic...

  • Kathryn

    I have to say I was glad when this book ended as I thought it was a good 50-75 pages too long. And I wanted to tell those three ladies to GET OVER IT! and move on. Okay, I'm 58, not quite the same age...

  • Judy Iliff

    The Ladies of Covington Send Their Love is what I would describe as a gentle read. Yes, there is tension; and yes, there is conflict. More than that, however, there is a sense of serenity and joy. I w...

  • Shauna Hruby

    I enjoyed this one more in the beginning and then a little less as it went on and on. Reminded me a bit of Jan Karon's books--very character and place driven, and these ladies of Covington are interes...

  • Norma Jesus

    I have several senior friends in the same situation as the women in this book--single and not sure if they can afford to live on their own. And not really wanting to be alone. This book provided food ...

  • Georgia Herod

    I've been smitten with the Ladies of Covington, as well as her other novels. I've read them all! Perhaps I enjoy them so much because of the life stage--since I'm approaching it. I appreciate that the...

  • Garnette

    What I loved about this book is its location and its concept. What I gagged over what the writing. When is a book wonderful because of its characters, ideas, setting, resolution and feeling? And when ...

  • Nancy Madlin

    LOVE this book.... about three ladies in their 70's who become friends and move to the Asheville, NC area when one of them inherits a house there...I just find it so inspiring and hopeful and heart-wa...

  • Rita

    A fun book to read about three dear ladies and their move to Covington, South Carolina. Three ladies living in a rest home meet and decide to go it alone in a new city. They have their ups and downs a...

  • Julie Morales

    This was a surprisingly good book...surprising because I remember looking at these books when they were first put on BARD in braille and thinking they didn't sound interesting at all, but eventually, ...