This was a story of the second unmarried twin found a husband, how her work and life was lived mostly helping and putting others first. Having twin grand-babies born this year I enjoyed this story focused on twins.
Enjoyed this sequel to The Lopsided Christmas Cake
July 16, 2017
Three things drove me to pick up this novel. The first was that it was written by Wanda Brunstetter and I have really enjoyed everything I have read by her. The second is that the cover is very eye-appealing. With it's bright colors and perfect setting, it definitely depicted some of the important scenes in the story. The third is that I truly liked The Lopsided Christmas Cake, so I knew I would like this sequel.
Elma is a woman that actually inspired me. She is a hard-working girl who doesn't let herself sit in her pity over not having a spouse or a family. She pours herself into working at her shop and helping her sister as she transitions into motherhood. She really doesn't think it's possible for her to find a husband because she can't move anywhere that's not near her twin sister.
I was torn completely with Delbert and Ben. I couldn't decide who I wanted to end up together until the end. I was definitely pleased with the ending! I appreciated that the story didn't make either one out to be a bad choice. It has been a while since I actually couldn't decide on who would be the best one to choose.
I'm looking forward to the next book that is coming out by Wanda Brunstetter. I'm thankful I don't have to wait long to read another gem by her!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.