The Promise of Spring
The Promise of Spring  -     By: Linda Hanna
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 266
Vendor: Mountain Brook Ink
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.56 (inches)
ISBN: 1943959358
ISBN-13: 9781943959358
Series: Seasons of Change

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    GrandaddyA
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    Did you ever read a book and wonder why certain characters acted as they did? Or maybe you questioned how someone could be so dense? Have you sat there reading and simply wanted to tell the leading lady that she was playing with fire? Are there times when a character is introduced to the story and gently comes in like a breath of fresh air, like the soothing breezes of spring? I think I experienced all of that in this book and more. What made Penny Drake act as she did? Why did she seem to want to make everyone around her miserable? Why didn't Lou even once consider trying to call Millie at the church office or the florist, rather than continuing to call the home number? Why did Millie continue going out with the TV anchorman when she disliked the places he was taking her and did not really care for his company? The thing that is so sad is that people in real life do the exact same type of things every day. Even sadder is the fact they don't have storybook endings. I enjoyed the humor woven into the book. Above that I appreciated the Good News that was shared. If I say any more, I would be giving away too much of the story. You should read the book to appreciate the promise of spring. By the time you finish, I think you will like Gabby Blythe as much as I did. When I first saw her name, I pictured someone who was constantly prattling on about one thing or another. But she had a true gift of gab that gives a new meaning to the word. She knew how to make her words count. I received an advance copy of the book from the publisher. This is my honest review. All opinions are strictly my own.
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