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Publisher's Summary

Number-one international best-selling author Lori Nelson Spielman follows The Life List with Sweet Forgiveness, in which a woman's receipt of two "forgiveness stones" sends her searching for atonement.
The Forgiveness Stones craze is sweeping the nation - instantly recognizable pouches of stones that come with a chain letter and two simple requests: to forgive and then to seek forgiveness. But New Orleans' favorite talk show host, Hannah Farr, isn't biting. Intensely private and dating the city's mayor, Hannah has kept her very own pouch of Forgiveness Stones hidden for two years - and her dark past concealed for nearly two decades. But when Fiona Knowles, creator of the Forgiveness Stones, appears on Hannah's show, Hannah unwittingly reveals on air details of a decades-old falling out with her mother.
Spurned by her fans, doubted by her friends, and accused by her boyfriend of marring his political career, Hannah reluctantly embarks on a public journey of forgiveness. As events from her past become clearer, the truth she's clung to since her teenage years has never felt murkier. Hannah must find the courage to right old wrongs or risk losing her mother and any glimmer of an authentic life forever.
©2015 Lori Nelson Spielman (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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By Tara on 08-16-16

Just plain average...actually just not good.

What would have made Sweet Forgiveness better?

Character development, less unpredictability, better narrator.

What could Lori Nelson Spielman have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Personally - I think it was poorly written - some clever lines but honestly, the writing was transparent and predictable.

How could the performance have been better?

Narrator was a bit flat.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Sweet Forgiveness?

The scene in the bar when she slips on the ice.

Any additional comments?

nope

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