Friday, August 29, 2008

Review: Back on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber

Third in the series, Back on Blossom Street is another good book by Debbie Macomber. These books are quick reads about women helping other women mature and grow, with a little knitting thrown in. They aren't an "in depth, make you think" type of book, but rather a "curl up in front of the fire and spend some time with friends" type of book. And I rather enjoy them. Check out my review on the second in the series, A Good Yarn.

In Back on Blossom Street we greet some old friends - Lydia, the recently married owner of The Shop on Blossom Street; her sister, Margaret, whose daughter gets carjacked; and Alix, who had quite the rough life growing up but is now engaged to a youth minister. And we meet some new friends - Samantha, who recently purchased the flower shop next door, and Colette, who is now living in the upstairs apartment and working at the flower shop but may be hiding something in her past.

I hope you enjoy these ladies and how they overcome their struggles as much as I do.

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