Hannah’s List by Debbie Macomber

16 Jun

Spoiler Alert: None, unless you don’t want to know the topic of this book.

This author knows how to pull me in … even though I cry by the end of most of her books. She did it again!

This is the 7th in a series about shops and people related to or working at a business on Blossom Street. They are usually very mild books, but there is always a twist that pulls at the heartstrings. There are many great characters in this series. Sometimes a bit of liberty is taken to draw them back to Blossom Street, but it all comes together in the end.

Why I continue reading? I like things to end well.

Morale of the review: Things in life don’t always end as desired. These books usually do. Fiction is a great relief from reality.

Hannahs List

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