To Be Where You Are

To Be Where You Are Review

#1 New York Times bestselling author Jan Karon returns with the fourteenth novel in the beloved Mitford series, featuring three generations of Kavanaghs.
After twelve years of wrestling with the conflicts of retirement, Father Tim Kavanagh realizes he doesn't need a steady job to prove himself. Then he's given one--but what, exactly, does it prove? Meanwhile, newly married Dooley and Lace face a crisis that empties their bank account and turns their household upside down. Is the honeymoon over? Is this where real life begins?
As the Mitford Muse editor stumbles on a quick fix for marital woes and the town grocer falls in love for the first time, Father Tim and Cynthia receive an invitation to yet another family wedding.
But perhaps the bottom line is this: While a star blinks out in the Mitford firmament, another soon blinks on at Meadowgate, and four-year-old Jack Tyler looks forward to the biggest day of his life--for now and forever.
Jan Karon weaves together the everyday lives of two families, and the cast of characters that readers around the world now love like kin.

Title:To Be Where You Are

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  • Phrynne

    A big happy sigh and a bit of sadness too because I am back from the land of Mitford after two really pleasurable days spent wallowing in its friendly atmosphere. I love the town, I love the people an...

  • Susan Johnson

    I was going to be chintzy and take a half star away because there was simply not enough Father Tim and Cynthia for me but I just loved the warm embrace of Mitford so much that I gave it the full five ...

  • Toni

    Now listening to the Audio, which is great, and so calming! How could the 12th book (or 14th if you count the Fr. Tim books) of any series, still be so fresh and stunning?! Jan Karon again works her w...

  • Sheryl

    This was my first trip to the town Mitford and I was totally captivated. What a wonderful series and I'm so upset with myself for not reading them before. Better late than never, right? Father Tim Kav...

  • Elisabeth Calmes

    It was lovely to go back to Mitford but it rambled a bit. It went into too many characters' lives. Maybe I would love it if all the characters were all still clear in my mind, but since it's been year...

  • Laura

    One of the ways a book can get a rare five star rating from me is when the setting and characters make me want to crawl inside of it and hang out. This is one of those books. While in some ways Mitfor...

  • Sarah Grace

    Wow. Beautiful. I honestly don't know how to write a proper review for this book, so I don't think I will. Jan Karon's Mitford series as been the most influential piece of fiction on my life, both spi...

  • Laura

    Why are the books that mean the most to you, the hardest ones to write your feelings and thoughts about it? Sometimes, it takes a few days, some time, to step away from the novel you read, so you can ...

  • Susan Snodgrass

    Way more than 5 stars! How do I even begin to craft a review worthy of such a novel? I adore my Mitford books. They have pride of place on my shelves. I have read all of them, most twice. And my heart...

  • Chris Conley

    For some reason, I am not sure what that is, I struggled with this Mitford outing. I have read all of the previous books and love the town and its people. I just could not stay engaged with this one. ...