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After almost forty years in New Jersey, Catherine, Ralph, and their beloved Boston Terrier Karma are hitting the road, relocating to a gorgeous, serene island off the coast of Savannah, Georgia, where Catherine can work on her backhand and Ralph can hit the links. But upon their arrival in the Seven Oaks gated community, it becomes apparent that Catherine and Ralph’s visions of retirement couldn’t be more different. While Catherine is intrigued by their quirky neighbors, Ralph’s golf-and-poker routine seems to be interrupted only by his flirtations with their zealous real estate agent.
As the pair drift further apart, Catherine cannot help but sense her marriage is at risk. Then, she meets recent widower Fred at the dog park. United by their dogs, they embark upon a friendship that could be something more—until she discovers that he’s not quite what he seems. As she sorts out fact from fiction and discovers what sorts of secrets might be hiding behind Seven Oaks’ pristine picket fences, she’ll have to make a decision affecting her future happiness and her chance at newfound love.
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May 16, 2017
You work hard your whole life with the goal being retirement in a nice place where you can enjoy life, your spouse, and keep doing the things you love. That’s what Catherine assumed would happen when she and her husband made the move south to a lovely gated community near Savannah. What she didn’...
February 16, 2017
Loved this book! It was a great story with awesome characters, and wonderful dogs! So thankful to have won this book with a Goodreads giveaway! The characters are believable, the story doesn't revolve around sex, and is a well written story that will keep you reading. Lovely story about dogs and...
December 21, 2016
Fun story about a couple that retires to a gated community in Savannah, Georgia. Catherine doesn't think Ralph appreciates her or their Boston Terrier Karma, and he seems to appreciate their young realtor with the low cut blouse a little too much. When Catherine meets the lovely widowed Fred and...
May 04, 2017
Loved this book! Christina's characters are funny and engaging. What a charming book to escape to and meet some quirky folks. Also, loved the Dog Park being part of the story.
June 26, 2017
In GOOD KARMA, a zany ensemble cast wrestles with retirement, loss, loneliness and love, not at an exotic (Marigold) hotel but at a gated golf community in Savannah. The fun begins early on at the community's dog park and lasts until the final pages of this novel, rich in hilarity and heart.
June 09, 2017
How nice to read a well written novel about mature people who are facing change. Kelly is a terrific storyteller and has created a wonderful highly believable world in the gated community in Savannah. Catherine and Ralph thought they had the same expectations for retirement but those of us who ha...
May 05, 2017
This was an interesting story of people retiring from New Jersey to Georgia. Like so many couples they discover that they aren't quite as much in love as they once were. Thinking she'd be happy with her dog and year round tennis, Catherine finds she happier when her husband Ralph is at the club g...
March 11, 2017
You don't have to be a dog lover to love this book. Karma and Sequoia will warm your heart, and Ida Blue will have you giggling throughout her story. But the most charming element of the novel is the growing relationship between Catherine and Fred, who exhibit that thrill of new love often attrib...
August 07, 2017
This is a very long review, apologies. I really enjoyed this novel. Please read as far as you like.
Christina Kelly’s Good Karma is a warm hearted and wise narrative that might be labeled a coming of age novel or bildungsroman for the (almost) geriatric set. It is funny, gentle, and insightful. It...
July 11, 2017
Great book and a huge surprise. So, it rained all through our summer vacation. I read everything I brought and was forced to turn to my wife’s pile. Understand that I'm the kind of guy that would rather stick thumbtacks into his knee caps than read a book labeled “women’s fiction.”
But, WOW! It...