Wine, Women and Worries: Book 5

ABOUT Kg Cummings

kg cummings
 kgcummings (April 11, 1949 - ) born Kathy Ann Cummings in Oswego, New York to parents Raymond E. and Gertrude Kathryn DeSantis Cummings.
Her first novel, The Wind Whispers War, was self published in 2006. It was soon followed by several more novels to continue the historical romanc More...


Life changes. The human spirit adjusts, and like the river, keeps flowing.  Sometimes things are not what they appear to be. Only time will tell...

The 1980's... big hair, big dreams, big business, big breakthroughs for the veterans of the Hated War, Vietnam. While "Yuppies" were caught up in acquiring expensive__, bigger__, designer__, imported__, the American Psychiatric Association recognized PTSD, and the U.S. Government accepted that nightmares, and flashbacks were war related. Treatment was made available, however not before many more lives were lost whose names would never be on the Wall. Sadly, we will say good-bye to some of the characters in this series as a result of too little, too late. But, like the river, life continues to flow. Wine, Women, and Worries is a book of closure. What happens to Jason? How does Marianne turn out? Does Jeff give up his playboy lifestyle? Why did Beth stay with Tom? And, last but not least, do "they" ever get back together? These questions will be answered. And, one small hint... "Tomorrow they would be together forever." But, will they?

In her fifth book of this great series kgcummings has almost outdone herself here. This is among the best in the series. It's hard to say any one of them are the best, each one is best in it's own way. This one gets Jeff back with his children and he makes a huge effort to make time for them and helps them with the problems they have. Can't give too much away, but believe me they get into some serious stuff and he is there for them. If you haven't read this series, I would certainly recommend that you get the first one and start them now. They are really great reading by a fresh new author that deserves you to at least give her a chance. I really don't think you would regret it at all.
Janice Parker