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Men are weeds. Allison Hart doesn't need them in her carefully tended life, though her friends at Green Acres seem happy with their guys. Why can't Allison open her heart to anyone but her young nephew? Then again, he'll be a man one day, too. If only the irritating contractor in charge of building her home and farm school wasn't the boy's favorite person.
Fireworks with Brent Callahan's newest client shift from antagonism to the rocky possibility of a relationship. When he comes face to face with a history he'd much rather forget, he realizes hiding his failures isn't the best option for finding forgiveness, let alone love.
Can a little boy help weed out the past before it chokes their future together?
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By Anna on 10-01-16
Where does Dandelions for Dinner rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Out of 10, this book ranks a solid 8. I love this story, it's one of my favorites of Comer's, but the narrator's style of reading took some getting used to for me. Not bad, just a bit over pronounced.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Dandelions for Dinner?
I loved the themes of grace, forgiveness, and the tension of broken trust that ran through this book. In a lot of ways, Comer really hit hard on some issues that many people face, and have to deal with. I love the way that she portrayed the characters' journeys of growth and healing as they faced the consequences of their past actions.
What about Becky Doughty’s performance did you like?
I liked how she did different voices for each character and was able to keep them straight throughout her entire performance. Her reading was clear and easy to follow.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
When the past haunts you, and you feel beaten from all sides, what do you turn to? Or rather Who?
Any additional comments?
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and thoughts are my own.