|Plot Summary of With Love Libby|
Libby Marston is a banker's wife with no apparent purpose in her life except a deep desire to write. She battles depression as she tries to find a publisher for her book about her best friend Anne who was there for her when depression was at its worst and taught her that God has a plan for her. Vicky who runs the local cafe also stuggles with dreams and discouragement that leads to depression when her daughter Angie gets pregnant to avoid pressure from Mom to go to college.
Libby appears to be polished, confident and have it altogether to Vicky, cafe owner. But behind her facade she is stuggling with issues of control with her children. She doesn't like her son's fiance and is confused about why her daughter won't admit her feelings for Mike. Her feelings of failure over her rejected manuscript won't go away. Vicky faces many of the same issues as her dream of a speciality resturant seems impossible, especially after Angie crushes any dreams she has for her.
This synopsis report prepared by Mary Morton
|Chapter Analysis of With Love Libby|
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Family, loving relations
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Is this an adult or child's book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
Amount of dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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