Discovering Nowhere

Discovering Nowhere Moira Jeffers contented life as a stay at home mom becomes a free fall when her husband dies and she must surrender her beloved stepson to his workaholic mother Floundering Moira grabs on to a surpri

  • Title: Discovering Nowhere
  • Author: Lisa Bork
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Moira Jeffers contented life as a stay at home mom becomes a free fall when her husband dies and she must surrender her beloved stepson to his workaholic mother Floundering, Moira grabs on to a surprise inheritance, her husband s childhood home in a Midwestern town she d never seen and had always thought of as Nowhere Discovering her husband harbored secrets in the townMoira Jeffers contented life as a stay at home mom becomes a free fall when her husband dies and she must surrender her beloved stepson to his workaholic mother Floundering, Moira grabs on to a surprise inheritance, her husband s childhood home in a Midwestern town she d never seen and had always thought of as Nowhere Discovering her husband harbored secrets in the town makes Moira s arrival there anything but a soft landing When a visit by her stepson and his newshound mother threatens to destroy the social fabric of the tiny town and reveal its heartaches, Moira must choose between her love for her stepson and her desire to protect a place she never expected to call home.

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    About “Lisa Bork”

    1. Lisa Bork

      Lisa Bork is the author of seven contemporary novels Her most recent release is Missed Lisa is also the author of Counting on You and Discovering Nowhere as well as the Broken Vows mystery series Her debut novel, For Better, For Murder, was a 2009 Agatha Award finalist for Best First Novel The second book in the series, For Richer, For Danger, was released in September 2010 and In Sickness and In Death hit the shelves September 2011 The fourth book in the series, To Love and To Perish was released in December 2012.Lisa loves to read and belongs her neighborhood bookclub, the Thursday Evening Literary Society.

    505 thoughts on “Discovering Nowhere”

    1. Lovely story. Great characters, great plot, quick read, holds your attention.Moira Jeffers’ contented life as a stay-at-home mom becomes a free fall when her husband dies and she must surrender her beloved stepson to his workaholic mother. Floundering, Moira grabs on to a surprise inheritance, her husband’s childhood home in a Midwestern town she’d never seen and had always thought of as Nowhere. Discovering her husband harbored secrets in the town makes Moira's arrival there anything but [...]


    2. This book was given to me as a free download. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. The characters were varied, engaging and believable. The scenario was realistic, engrossing and entertaining. The writing was able to have me observing very genuine characters and an original storyline. I felt like I visited Nowhere and would like to visit again. The ending was excellent however, I would like to ‘visit’ Nowhere in the future and see how the characters continue to develop and more on how their live [...]


    3. I only read this because it was free for Kindle on . If I had had to buy it, I would've given it zero stars and that's not even an option. As it is, it gets a 2, mainly because I can't believe I actually finished it. Now I feel mean, because at least the author did try to write something.would actually have made a somewhat mildly entertaining screenplay for a Lifetime movie. E for effort?


    4. Really enjoyed the story and couldn't wait to see how it was going to pan out. It thought the ending was a little anti-climatic, but overall it was very good.


    5. Certainly wasn't a bad read. Entertaining. Wish maybe a bit more would've happened in it. Or even a sequel? Was free on kindle- not complaining!


    6. This book really caught my attention. I didn't want to put it down. I really liked the way Lisa Bork worked the story out. This was the first book I have read by Lisa Bork but it will not be the last.


    7. 3.5 stars.I'm used to Lisa Bork's murder mysteries, so this was quite a change. It's a novel about a woman whose husband dies while parachuting. His son goes to live with his mother, he nullified his life insurance by parachuting and there's no money. His wife finds the will left by his parents in which he, and now she, owns a house in Nowhere, SD. Broken hearted, alone and low on funds, she leaves Rochester, NY for Nowhere with the intent on selling the house. But she never expected to be welco [...]


    8. Discovering Nowhere (Lisa Bork)Moira Jeffers is a stay at home mom to her stepson Shaun, his mother (Cassie) is a well know journalist and has little time for him. When Moiras' husband dies suddenly things change drastically for Moira.Soon her stepson is whisked away to New York city with his mother, With no job, little money Moira finds she has inherited her late husbands parents home in a small Midwest town she refers to as Nowhere. Once she arrives, she soon finds her husband had a lot of sec [...]


    9. good read. The story is consistent and thought provoking. Deals with grief, personal foibles and a local mystery. (I love that she can have a mystery that is not necessarily a murder mystery) there is an experience of human responses to change. I sometimes wonder if the author has parenting experience because her descriptions on those aspects just don't come across as someone who's raised kids, but otherwise I find her stories rather enjoyable. (also doesn't mean she doesn't have the experience [...]


    10. Wow! The simple version is that a middle aged woman, Moire, tries to reinvent her life after her husband dies suddenly, and finding that she has inherited his parents' home - where she has never been - leads her to Nowhere to try to get closure and move on. The people of Nowhere are not what she expects and she is quite surprised by some of things she learns about her husband. As with any small town, there is the inevitable of everyone knowing everyones business, and also the secrets. Bork does [...]


    11. Discovering Nowhere was a really pleasant surprise. I’ve had it on my Kindle for a while and finally got around to reading it. I loved this book! I loved the town and the characters. I’d love to live there and have them all as my friends. The story was believable. It was a quick read, but I didn’t want it to end. I wish there was a sequel. A series with these characters and the town of Nowhere could very quickly become one of my guilty pleasures. It was a very charming story and I loved it [...]


    12. I was just going to read the first few chapters - it was late and I was going to bed. But I was still up way after midnight because I had to finish this book. I was hooked and had to find out what had happened with Moira's husband and why know one wanted to talk about it. After her husband's unexpected death Moira finds that she's inherited her in-laws house in Nowhere SD. As they weren't ever very close she's curious and having been left very little money and her stepson going to live with his [...]


    13. I loved this book. I thought it was very well written, with interesting, believable characters I could identify with. Each chapter left me wanting more, not because of any kind of cliff hanger (there were none of those, thank goodness) but because the characters were just really wonderful people whom I could wish I had in my own life. I enjoyed how the author brought out the deep emotions being felt by the main character, Moira, without needing to draw her into an unnecessary romance that would [...]


    14. Really 3.5 stars. Unusual for me in that I can't figure out exactly how to classify this book - I'm so used to pigeonholing all the genre fiction I read!An enjoyable tale of a woman reinventing herself after her husband suddenly dies, leaving her his family home in Nowhere, South Dakota - a place she's never been, full of wonderful small town characters and a bit of a mystery. A nice, feel-good read - made even better because the author made it available for free on ! Thanks, Lisa!


    15. This was a lot more chick lit than mystery. A woman is widowed and goes to her late husband's childhood home when she is unable to retain the home where they lived. It is a story of growth and small town values and how they effect the woman and her family. It is fast reading and the kind of novel most women would enjoy.


    16. A great book. It was compelling and touching. There was mystery, grief, and romance. Personally, I would have liked the romance to be a bit stronger and a bit more adult, but the book is a must read.


    17. Nowhere seemed like somewhere when I finished reading this novel by Lisa Bork. I enjoyed getting to the know the people in the town and found myself more and more curious to learn the town secret. A very nice read!


    18. I wish there were 3.5 stars. I liked the main character and could empathize with her situation and pain. Good light summer read.



    19. A fine novel with great character development & an intriguing plot that is not only believable, but enjoyable to read. I was so pleasantly surprised by this novel & cannot recommend it highly enough.


    20. Definitely not something I would have read other than it being a freebie. It was so fluffy and ill played out. As said by Alexis, it was like a Lifetime movie. Not for me.




    21. Very good; hard to put down. I really loved how the story started with a widow trying to pick up the pieces, then turned into a mystery, and then turned again .


    22. this was a nice book, quick to read, and a good story line. I enjoyed it. Got it for free on for Kindle.


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