Liz and Lisa are back with another great novel. What would you do if you had the chance to return to an earlier pivotal year in your life and possibly change it? For Jessie it might give her the chance to save her marriage, it may give Claire a chance to get her Mom to the doctor sooner and for Gabriela it can provide a chance to have the child she always wanted. Yet returning to the past has it’s own set of complications none of the friends considered and when they must decide at the end of the year if they want to stay or return to the future the choice is not as cut and dried as they thought it would be. Both laugh out loud funny and heart wrenching and everything in between The Year we Turned Forty is a novel of life and choices good and bad and the friends and family that you stumble through the good and bad with. Warm and witty and touching.