Monday, May 3, 2010

Susannah's Garden

In Debbie Macomber's Susannah's Garden, the third book in the Blossom Street series, was a great romance, which dealt with romance and family in every single way possible, with a hint of mystery and drama, and to reconnect once again. It dealt with Susannah, who dreamt of her long lost love Jake, her childhood sweetheart she haven't seen in ages. She also had gotten a call from her neighbor on her mother's failing health, and now knew she needed to put her in an assisted-living facility. When she returned back home, she discovered about finding out secrets on her father, handled her twenty-year-old rebellious daughter, and an old friend to reconnect with her long-lost love. A beautiful story to cherish about love, loss and family.

This was a wonderful romance from her second beloved contemporary romance series. I did care about Susannah and her family. I loved the connection she had with gardening and to her own family. I loved the Washington state connection to this one as well. I was intrigued on why she lost so much--her lost love and her brother--and wondered the mystery on her father. From start to finish, this moved me to tears and fall in love with flowers and more of her books. Great romance, plenty of intrigue and suspense, with a hint of mystery and action along the way.

Want to plant a flower in Susannah's Garden? Give this book a try today!

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