Jan 17, 2011

A Billion Reasons Why by Kristin Billerback

Katie McKenna was headed back home. But the trip would be more than a simple flight from California to Louisiana. Katie would discover more about herself, and her friends. She would be faced with her own insecurities, the ones she had hidden so well she hadn’t seen them in a long while. Katie would also learn the value of family. Once she had left home, she didn’t look back. Even when her mom decided to get re-married, she stayed away. Too many memories, too many hurts; they overshadowed the good memories, the ones she had forgotten.
Katie’s physically trip would take her to her hometown of New Orleans. She had been asked to sing at a Ryan’s wedding, a friend she grew up with. The invitation came via his brother Luc, the man who turned down her proposal eight years before.
Her emotional trip would take her further still. Katie would finally cope with her dad’s passing years before. She would face the questions raised when Luc bought her dad’s grocery store the day he died. Katie would also face the people of New Orleans, the same ones who witnessed the denied proposal. But, Katie would also renew friendships and make new friends as well.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. I would recommend this book to anyone.

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