Book Review: Going in Circles, by Pamela Ribon

Going In Circles

Charlotte Goodman, 30, is at a crossroads. Separated from her husband not long after they said their vows, she can’t decide which path is worse: returning to a loveless marriage and feigning happiness for the rest of her life or entering the dark, scary world of singledom, where she has no idea what to expect. Just when her heart seems beyond mending, an outgoing co-worker encourages her to try something completely different: roller derby. She’s hesitant at first, but she gives it a go. As friendships form and stress melts away, Charlotte’s new passion teaches her that when you’re pushed down on the track, you need to get back up and keep on skating. Does life work that way, too?