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I don’t know what I expected when I picked up this book but I am go glad I did.
Jancy finds herself right where she needs to be, and surrounded by people who just want to help her. But she needs to find this out on her own.
Nettie and Vicky own The Strawberry Hearts Diner and when Jancy needs a job they are more than happy to let her in.
I think they needed her as much as she needed them and Vicky’s daughter Emily comes home she and Jancy become fast friends.
Now I don’t normally like to summarize my reviews anymore but I just loved the small town the diner and the friends Jancy meets along the way.
It’s more of a tale of how all these women find what they need. And yes sometimes that means romance but not always. I just had the warm fuzzes throughout this whole book and I want everyone to give it a chance.
Now there might not be descriptive loven time.. But you know when its happening and sometimes that’s totally ok in a romance book.
I very much enjoyed the narration too. I was exactly what this book needed.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
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Jancy, Vicky, Nettie and Emily . . . young, old, seasoned and not . . . all together working side by side at the Strawberry Hearts Diner . . . .cooking, laughing and crying together . . . each one with a story . . . one so afraid of putting down any roots . . . so afraid of letting herself hope . . . until two women were brave enough to take her under their wings . . . and share their home, their diner and their souls with her . . . I love Carolyn Brown's books . . . I can count on real down-to-earth stories about common folks facing the same kinds of troubles that come to us all . . . and I get to mourn with them, grow with them and celebrate with them . . . I am never disappointed . . . I wish there was a sequel to the Strawberry Hearts Diner . . . because I really need to know about the next chapter in these four amazing women's lives . . .
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