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Single mom Lynn Morrow is determined to put food on the table for her son and daughter. Her soon-to-be-ex-husband has failed to meet his obligations time and again—but it turns out that Ed is struggling with his own demons. Enter contractor Mitch Franklin, an unlikely knight in shining armor. A widower with two grieving sons, Mitch once admired Lynn from afar. Now he sees i Single mom Lynn Morrow is determined to put food on the table for her son and daughter. Her soon-to-be-ex-husband has failed to meet his obligations time and again—but it turns out that Ed is struggling with his own demons. Enter contractor Mitch Franklin, an unlikely knight in shining armor. A widower with two grieving sons, Mitch once admired Lynn from afar. Now he sees in her not only the sweet girl who got away, but a woman desperately in need of support. While rushing to the rescue of Lynn and her children comes naturally to Mitch, he's also wise enough to encourage Lynn to find her own way…hopefully straight into his arms.


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Single mom Lynn Morrow is determined to put food on the table for her son and daughter. Her soon-to-be-ex-husband has failed to meet his obligations time and again—but it turns out that Ed is struggling with his own demons. Enter contractor Mitch Franklin, an unlikely knight in shining armor. A widower with two grieving sons, Mitch once admired Lynn from afar. Now he sees i Single mom Lynn Morrow is determined to put food on the table for her son and daughter. Her soon-to-be-ex-husband has failed to meet his obligations time and again—but it turns out that Ed is struggling with his own demons. Enter contractor Mitch Franklin, an unlikely knight in shining armor. A widower with two grieving sons, Mitch once admired Lynn from afar. Now he sees in her not only the sweet girl who got away, but a woman desperately in need of support. While rushing to the rescue of Lynn and her children comes naturally to Mitch, he's also wise enough to encourage Lynn to find her own way…hopefully straight into his arms.

30 review for Where Azaleas Bloom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Good book. Lynn is in the midst of a crisis. Her soon to be ex-husband has missed child support payments and hasn't been paying the mortgage on the house. She's down to her last few dollars with little food in the house and no way to pay the bills. She is justifiably angry at Ed, but determined to protect his relationship with their children. This is especially difficult with their fourteen year old daughter, who is old enough to understand what is happening. She has one part-time job with frien Good book. Lynn is in the midst of a crisis. Her soon to be ex-husband has missed child support payments and hasn't been paying the mortgage on the house. She's down to her last few dollars with little food in the house and no way to pay the bills. She is justifiably angry at Ed, but determined to protect his relationship with their children. This is especially difficult with their fourteen year old daughter, who is old enough to understand what is happening. She has one part-time job with friend and neighbor Raylene, but needs something else. While looking for a job in a bad part of town, she is spotted by Mitch, who offers her a job with him instead. Mitch is a widower who lost his wife to a drunk driver a year earlier. He is slowly working himself out of the overwhelming grief he had felt at the beginning. Mitch and Lynn have known each other since they were kids. Mitch had had quite the crush on her when they were thirteen, but she was already fixated on Ed, so he never did anything about it. Now he can't help but want to make things better for her. I loved Mitch. He is sweet and protective and he understands Lynn very well. I really liked the way that he didn't stomp on her pride in his eagerness to help, but instead made it possible for her to help herself. I really liked how they began with friendship that slowly grew into more. Mitch is careful to ensure that he is truly ready to move on after his wife's death before he tries to advance things with Lynn. I also enjoyed his interactions with her kids, especially taking Jeremy under his wing. I liked Lynn's determination to take care of her family. There were times when her pride refused to allow her to seek the help she needed, but her children's welfare was always at the top of her priorities. I liked watching her stand up to Ed when she needed to. The development of their relationship was slow and sweet, with a hint of fire lurking under the surface. I liked the way that Mitch made his interest clear without pushing Lynn to move faster than she was ready for. Lynn was surprised by her attraction to Mitch, and a bit wary of her feelings at the beginning. There was one stumbling block that had to be dealt with, but I thought that Mitch handled it very well. When Ed decided to use Lynn's relationship with Mitch during the divorce proceedings, I ached for Mitch and what he decided to do. There was also a little bit of drama with Mitch's sons, but again, maturity and communication went a long way toward resolving that issue. I loved the ending and seeing Mitch and Lynn get the future they wanted. The drama of the divorce was well portrayed. The problems faced by Lynn are all too common. I loved seeing Helen's reactions to Ed's antics and her determination to protect Lynn and the kids. The mystery of what Ed and his lawyer were up to was interesting, and had me considering several possibilities. What it turned out to be never crossed my mind. There were times I detested Ed and others when I felt sorry for him. In the end, I felt that Lynn handled everything quite well, including her dealings with Ed's mother. I also ached for the two kids, most especially for Lexie. Her feelings for her father were affected by his actions and she was torn in how she wanted to treat him. I liked the way that Lynn helped her to accept her feelings, but also to look at things from other perspectives. Also running through the book was a continuation of what is happening with the three senior Magnolias. In the previous two books we had seen that Frances is having health problems that have begun to escalate. I hurt for her and her fears and frustration, and ached for Liz and Flo as they helped her deal with them. Their problems were lightened somewhat by Flo's revelation of what she has been up to. Helen's reactions are just what is expected, and seeing the two of them resolve the strain between them was both funny and heartwarming. As always, the deep friendship among the Magnolias and their support of each other through thick and thin is a force to be reckoned with. I loved Lynn's acceptance into the group and how each of them helps her in their own way. I hope that there will be more books in the future, when the younger generation, who have already shown Magnolia values, are ready for stories of their own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christi Snow

    My Review: I really enjoyed the parts of this book that featured Lynn and Mitch. I liked them together and like that they have a bit of history...i.e. Mitch had a crush on her when they were kids, but it was unrequited because Lynn only had eyes for her soon-to-be-ex-husband Ed. I also liked that there was a bit of suspense/mystery to the story line because no one knows what is truly going on with Ed. All they know is that he's suddenly acting and doing things that are completely out of character My Review: I really enjoyed the parts of this book that featured Lynn and Mitch. I liked them together and like that they have a bit of history...i.e. Mitch had a crush on her when they were kids, but it was unrequited because Lynn only had eyes for her soon-to-be-ex-husband Ed. I also liked that there was a bit of suspense/mystery to the story line because no one knows what is truly going on with Ed. All they know is that he's suddenly acting and doing things that are completely out of character for him. The problem is that most of those things are adversely affecting Lynn's life and she's about to the point of breaking with the stress of it all. She's looking at losing her house and not being able to feed her kids, but she's still trying to take care of everything herself rather than going to her friends for help. Mitch's wife Amy died a year before as the result of a drunk driver hitting her. He has two grown boys but they are away at college. He's a construction contractor and is re-doing Raylene's house. She just happens to live next door to Lynn and Lynn has caught his eye once again...mainly because he realizes that she's in trouble. You have to love a guy with a protective streak and a white-in-shining-armor complex. Mitch definitely fits that description, but Lynn won't let him save her. She's determined to do it on her own. Overall, I enjoyed her story. Lynn has two kids...a ten yo boy and a fourteen yo girl. I like the perspective they added to the story and especially like the bond that Jeremy and Mitch form. I also really liked Mitch's boys when they came into the story. I had NO IDEA what was going on with the soon-to-be-ex until right before it was revealed...definite shocker! I liked how Lynn handled him throughout the book. It would be so easy to make her bitter against him, but the mental health of her kids takes priority for her (as it should be) throughout the entire thing...no matter how angry she is. I liked that she kept a good mothers perspective to their conflict. Part of these books is the Sweet Magnolias and the Senior Magnolias side stories. Before this book, I've enjoyed them. But in this one, I think the Senior Magnolia story line and the romance between Francis and Donnie took too much page space....to the point where I started skipping those sections. I didn't mind the story, but I just think it ran too heavily within this book when it truly had nothing to do with Mitch and Lynn. Overall, I have loved getting to read these three books out of this series. Sherryl Woods has a great contemporary, small-town voice and her books are just a pleasure to read. I know there's a few of the previous books from this series that I want to pick up to add to my TBR pile. I received a complementary copy of this book in return for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    I don't often "fall in love" with the heroes of romance novels, but if anything happened to my wonderful husband, I hope there is a Mitch in my life. Actually, being the independent cuss I am I'd probably reject him and his help, but it made for a good read. Mitch is just getting life on a good and even keel after losing his wife. Lynn is in the process of being divorced (her husband's idea, not hers) and besides feeling the sting of rejection, she's a woman who has always stayed home with kids I don't often "fall in love" with the heroes of romance novels, but if anything happened to my wonderful husband, I hope there is a Mitch in my life. Actually, being the independent cuss I am I'd probably reject him and his help, but it made for a good read. Mitch is just getting life on a good and even keel after losing his wife. Lynn is in the process of being divorced (her husband's idea, not hers) and besides feeling the sting of rejection, she's a woman who has always stayed home with kids who is now in deep financial trouble because her ex isn't meeting his financial obligations. She doesn't want to impose on Mitch or her friends (the gang from earlier Sweet Magnolias books) but they rally to her support despite that. If it's important to you; Mitch and Lynn end up in bed before they are married and Mitch allows his son's fiancee and son to share a bed; however, in neither case do we get to watch the action. I've read quite a few of the Sweet Magnolias books but this one has been my favorite. Grade B+

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    Great book. I really enjoyed another adventure of the Sweet Magnolias. Never a dull moment with them.I loved being a part of their lives again. It was so sad the way Lynn's husband treated her after asking for a divorce. Leaving her with less than $25 in their checking account and she had 2 kids to feed and put a roof over their heads. She was one amazing woman. Glad she had such wonderful people helping her out. She also gets back in touch with Mitch who had a crush on her in high school.The se Great book. I really enjoyed another adventure of the Sweet Magnolias. Never a dull moment with them.I loved being a part of their lives again. It was so sad the way Lynn's husband treated her after asking for a divorce. Leaving her with less than $25 in their checking account and she had 2 kids to feed and put a roof over their heads. She was one amazing woman. Glad she had such wonderful people helping her out. She also gets back in touch with Mitch who had a crush on her in high school.The senior magnolias are so funny. Glad things worked out between Flo and her daughter Helen. I loved the ending. Hoping there will be more Sweet Magnolia books in the future.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dorine

    4 Blue Ribbon Review courtesy of Romance Junkies. After the loss of his wife, contractor Mitch Franklin is just trying to stay busy until his sons come home from college. When his high school crush experiences financial disaster due to her soon-to-be ex-husband, Mitch can't leave a damsel in distress, especially when she has two young children to support. Will his high school crush be reciprocated, or is love too late for this empty nester and a struggling single mom? When Lynn Morrow's husb 4 Blue Ribbon Review courtesy of Romance Junkies. After the loss of his wife, contractor Mitch Franklin is just trying to stay busy until his sons come home from college. When his high school crush experiences financial disaster due to her soon-to-be ex-husband, Mitch can't leave a damsel in distress, especially when she has two young children to support. Will his high school crush be reciprocated, or is love too late for this empty nester and a struggling single mom? When Lynn Morrow's husband, Ed, walked away from their marriage, Lynn had no clue it was coming, or what he'd leave her to deal with, nor the reasons for such an upheaval in their lives. She never expected him to leave her with no money for food, plus a house near foreclosure, forced to fend for herself and their two children alone. Their marriage had never been passionate, but Lynn felt it had been comfortable. How she moves on depends completely on putting her two children first, but will there be enough room for her to heal as well? Mitch Franklin tries to stay busy with his contracting business so he spends less time thinking about the loss of his wife, who was killed by a drunk driver a year ago. With his sons off to college, being an empty nester alone has caused more than one change in his lifestyle. Luckily, his good friends and current clients, Raylene and Carter, invite him frequently for dinner after he's spent the day working on their addition. He loves the camaraderie but can he survive Raylene's penchant for match-making? Can Raylene help it if Lynn and her kids live right next door and are naturally invited for dinner too? Mitch and Lynn knew each other as teens but Mitch's crush on Lynn was never reciprocated because she only had eyes for Ed. It doesn't take Raylene long to recognize a boy's crush being rekindled now as a man. Will Lynn be able to resist the man who looks way too fine in a pair of jeans and who seems to be right there whenever she needs him most? Or will Lynn's soon-to-be ex-husband douse the flames with one obstacle after another? Mitch and Lynn have so much to overcome to get even close to a happy-ever-after that their story often feels like waves ebbing, flowing and then crashing against a rocky shore. Keep some tissues handy because they're not the only ones in emotional upheaval in the small town of Serenity, North Carolina. I especially enjoyed catching up with the Senior Magnolias ‒ Liz, Flo and Francis. Problems hinted at in book eight and book nine are wrapped up in an often emotional, yet satisfactory, way for these three good friends. Readers will also enjoy a catch-up with Karen and Elliott from book eight in the SWEET MAGNOLIAS series, MIDNIGHT PROMISES. WHERE AZALEAS BLOOM completes this latest trilogy in the SWEET MAGNOLIAS series with a nostalgic feeling for good friends and how they make life's best moments that much sweeter. If you haven't tried this series yet, this summer's trilogy that includes MIDNIGHT PROMISES, CATCHING FIREFLIES and WHERE AZALEAS BLOOM is a great place to start. Each story is unique, but revisiting with favorite characters is a big part of the fun. Author Sherryl Woods excels at touching on sensitive subjects with realism, shaking rather than stirring, then resolving with love.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    This is the tenth book in the Sweet Magnolias series and the third book in the newest trilogy that has been released. This one was all about Lynn (a struggling mom of two) and Mitch. Unless I'm mistaken, I don't recall meeting these characters in any of the previous books but many of the recurring characters turned up in this one. A brief synopsis first. Lynn is just reeling from the understanding that she will not be reconciling with her husband (Ed) and is now in an embittered divorce battle wi This is the tenth book in the Sweet Magnolias series and the third book in the newest trilogy that has been released. This one was all about Lynn (a struggling mom of two) and Mitch. Unless I'm mistaken, I don't recall meeting these characters in any of the previous books but many of the recurring characters turned up in this one. A brief synopsis first. Lynn is just reeling from the understanding that she will not be reconciling with her husband (Ed) and is now in an embittered divorce battle with him. To top it off, he hasn't been paying child support and this is forcing Lynn to take extra jobs to feed her family (she has two children). Mitch has known Lynn since high school and while he's doing work on her next door neighbors house (Raylene) he sees that she is struggling with something in life. Being the sweet charming man that he is, he wiggles his way into Lynn's life to try and help her out. He offers her a job helping do his paperwork for him and he also begins to notice that his high school crush on her is still firmly in place. Mitch is a widower and is balancing his grief over his wife with his new found desire to move on with a new woman. The two of them try to work out their feelings with each other while battling exes, family concerns, money problems and good old fashion town gossip. It almost seems like it's impossible for either to be happy! I think this book might actually be my favorite out of the recent trio of books released. I had this soft spot for Lynn and all she was being forced to go through. I couldn't believe what Ed was doing to her and I just wanted to beat him over the head with an umbrella. And Mitch was such a sweetheart. He was not only trying to help out Lynn but he really did an old fashioned courting and that was so awesome. I have to say the "big moment" came much later in the book than I think happened in the others but that just went along with the characters. They had so much respect for eachother and it was nice to have a slow build of attraction and sexual heat between the two. I kept saying to myself "it will happen!" and it most certainly did! The side plot of Helen battling for Lynn in court was interesting but more interesting was Helen's mom's plot! So funny. I can't even go into detail because I don't want to ruin it. But I was definitely happy with how things turned out there. Ed's story really surprised me. I'm actually curious if we'll get any details about how he is handling his new life and whether he's been up front with people. Maybe a little mini ebook? Now it's my unhappy duty to wait for the next trio to come out. What a bummer. I'll have to content myself with re-reading until a new release is coming.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Wanda

    This is book #10 in the Sweet Magnolias series by Sherryl Woods. I loved this book so much. It's the story of Lynn Morrow and Mitch Franklin who knew each other in their childhood. Mitch had a crush on Lynn back then but Lynn only had eyes for her soon to be ex-husband, Ed. Lynn is Raylene and Carter Rollins' next door neighbor and Mitch is the contractor who is working on her family room edition. He lost his wife in an accident involving a drunk driver. His two sons are away at college and so he This is book #10 in the Sweet Magnolias series by Sherryl Woods. I loved this book so much. It's the story of Lynn Morrow and Mitch Franklin who knew each other in their childhood. Mitch had a crush on Lynn back then but Lynn only had eyes for her soon to be ex-husband, Ed. Lynn is Raylene and Carter Rollins' next door neighbor and Mitch is the contractor who is working on her family room edition. He lost his wife in an accident involving a drunk driver. His two sons are away at college and so he often has supper with Raylene and Carter. Lynn and her children are at supper one night and he walks them home afterward. His interest is ignited again. Lynn's husband has asked for a divorce and is not taking care of supporting she and their two children. Mitch begins to stop by often and gives her a job so she can buy groceries. He knows her pride has interfered with her accepting help. Raylene gets wind of his interest in her and meddles a bit. Another of the Sweet Magnolias, Helen is Lynn's attorney. This is another love story with all the magic Sherryl Woods brings. One of the most romantic scenes is the Azalea garden Mitch plants in Lynn's yard as a surprise. I really loved this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Romancing the Book

    Reviewed by Aubrey Book provided by NetGalley for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book A great return to Serenity where everyone loves each other and not many secrets are kept. Lynn Morrow, the heroine, finds herself in a bind when her ex-husband is not holding up his end of the bargain. Mitch Franklin, is an unlikely hero in that his wife recently passed away and just doesn’t physically fit a typical here with his red hair. I was totally shocked at why Lynn’s ex was being such a je Reviewed by Aubrey Book provided by NetGalley for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book A great return to Serenity where everyone loves each other and not many secrets are kept. Lynn Morrow, the heroine, finds herself in a bind when her ex-husband is not holding up his end of the bargain. Mitch Franklin, is an unlikely hero in that his wife recently passed away and just doesn’t physically fit a typical here with his red hair. I was totally shocked at why Lynn’s ex was being such a jerk. Definitely something I never would have guessed. I love how Woods can keep you guessing and where you want to read the whole book in one sitting. I finished the novel and was quite sad because I want more Sweet Magnolias. Mitch has a long way to win Lynn over. She doesn’t think she is ready for a relationship or that she deserves someone like Mitch. Mitch is the type of guy we all wish existed. He is thoughtful, caring and honest. You get to find out what’s going on with the other Sweet Magnolias but mainly you find out a lot about Raylene and how she is doing. Her husband Carter befriends Mitch which makes it easier for Lynn.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Reen Graham

    I had a hard time liking the main character, Lynn. She was too judgemental for me. People tried to help her but she pushed them away. I know lots of authors make their characters independent but this one went further than I would like to see. I had a very hard time getting into this book and it took me a very long time to read it. When I find a book I like I won't put it down but this one spent more time down than being read. Sorry, maybe it's just me. I had a hard time liking the main character, Lynn. She was too judgemental for me. People tried to help her but she pushed them away. I know lots of authors make their characters independent but this one went further than I would like to see. I had a very hard time getting into this book and it took me a very long time to read it. When I find a book I like I won't put it down but this one spent more time down than being read. Sorry, maybe it's just me.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. At first I just thought this book was okay to boring, but the deeper I got into it the more Lynn annoyed me along with the same plot repeated. Unfortunately this series should have ended after the first 4 books; the rest have been yawn worthy to highly irritating. In this installment, we have ....yet another woman/doormat who can't take care of her life or her children's as a deadbeat man walks out. And then Lynn turned very judgmental on Mitch, the man who is nothing but supportive of her. The At first I just thought this book was okay to boring, but the deeper I got into it the more Lynn annoyed me along with the same plot repeated. Unfortunately this series should have ended after the first 4 books; the rest have been yawn worthy to highly irritating. In this installment, we have ....yet another woman/doormat who can't take care of her life or her children's as a deadbeat man walks out. And then Lynn turned very judgmental on Mitch, the man who is nothing but supportive of her. The man had one brief period in his adult life when he drank more than usual right after his wife was killed - that does not make an alcoholic. Yet she accuses him of it multiple times and treats him pretty poorly throughout the story. And the author did a terrible job with the Ed reveal - after dragging it out for the entire book, he comes out to Lynn.....then we're just left hanging except a mention that it did come out in Serenity. No word on how his snotty parents took the news, how it affected the insurance agency; how he explained it to his children & how they adjusted. And who was blackmailing him?

  11. 4 out of 5

    Janshea (Tobborah C.)

    Okay, we are deep in the stories of Serenity, South Carolina and you would think there was nothing else to learn. Yet, Ms. Woods keeps giving us solid stories. As this series has evolved, the stories have become less a straight love story through tough circumstances and more morality tales closely intertwined with the love story. In this book, she deals with divorce. She has done divorce before, yet it is such a vast topic, and she manages to give each scenario a pretty thorough look. The ensuin Okay, we are deep in the stories of Serenity, South Carolina and you would think there was nothing else to learn. Yet, Ms. Woods keeps giving us solid stories. As this series has evolved, the stories have become less a straight love story through tough circumstances and more morality tales closely intertwined with the love story. In this book, she deals with divorce. She has done divorce before, yet it is such a vast topic, and she manages to give each scenario a pretty thorough look. The ensuing story gives us a big surprise with hard decisions being made by all involved and of course ends with a happily ever after. I will be doing a more in-depth review on my site, www.jansheabowens.com

  12. 4 out of 5

    Merle

    This is a second chance romance, with two old friends possibly getting a second chance at love. Mitch is a widower who had been totally devoted to his wife until she was killed by a drunk driver. Lynn is coping with the divorce she hadn't seen coming and the financial problems that have dropped her entire world on her head. And it's crushing her. When they see each other again, he begins to breathe with an ease he hasn't felt in years. Lynn can't believe how cruel life can be, putting this wonde This is a second chance romance, with two old friends possibly getting a second chance at love. Mitch is a widower who had been totally devoted to his wife until she was killed by a drunk driver. Lynn is coping with the divorce she hadn't seen coming and the financial problems that have dropped her entire world on her head. And it's crushing her. When they see each other again, he begins to breathe with an ease he hasn't felt in years. Lynn can't believe how cruel life can be, putting this wonderful man in her path before her divorce is even final. Before long, not only has Mitch reached out, but the Sweet Magnolias (all four generations of them) have taken a hand.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Edmonds

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wow! I read this in a week and it was by far the best of this series! It had such unexpected twists and turns - I couldn’t put it down! I read half the book in a day! This book had so many mini stories and plots within, I wish all the books I read were like this one. I loved Mitch and Lynn’s story! I’m not quiet ready to read the last book and finish this series but I’m hoping it ties up all the loose ends at the same time. All I can say, this book was excellent!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Sue

    for the most part i have always liked sweet magnolia books but there really is Not a lot to like about this one. Mitch is a sweetie and the kids are likable but Lynn is annoying. Plus the surprise ending is as creepy as it gets. Sherryl loves to tackle controversy and this one is loaded with it. I wont read it again and i for sure would Not recommend it

  15. 5 out of 5

    Megan Moffitt

    I loved Mitch and his story and glad he ended up with Lynn but Lynn was annoying. The drinking part was way over the top, drinking a bit much after your wife Is killed does not make you an alcoholic. I liked Flo’s story as well, I’m glad she came around in the end. And side note if all these women are destitute, how on earth can they all afford to hire Helen a big shot lawyer?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Yvette

    I know I keep saying each one is my favorite, but this one really was my favorite Sweet Magnolias novel! I LOVE Mitch. And I love Lynn, how she was honest and didn’t fall apart. The mystery of Ed SHOCKED ME. It was a nice added level of intrigue. I just loved reading this one, it was hard to put down!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    Where Azaleas Bloom is the 9th book in the Sweet Magnolias series, each book tells the story of someone in the town of Serenity. This is the story of Lynn, a mother struggling while in the mist of a messy divorce.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    3.5 My only thing against this book was that the two main characters were not introduced in a previous book in the series. Usually, the author introduces the characters in a previous book prior to their own. Otherwise, it was typical Sweet Magnolia book

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Hannum

    I will not give it away, but the ending was a complete surprise. Literally read that chapter with my mouth wide open! Another charming installment of the sweet magnolias, and a new generation seems like it may be starting.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sally

    A feel good book, great summer read!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    another good book in this series. love this author

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    I really enjoy The Sweet Magnolia series. They are feel-good books but always have a relevant plot line of issues facing you or someone you know.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Didn't like how it ended up the dead beat husband being gay. Didn't like how it ended up the dead beat husband being gay.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Cender Matlalcuatzi

    LOVE these “Sweet Magnolias” I fell in love with Lynn and Mitch!!!! Loved hearing from the “Sweet Magnolias” it always feels like coming home!!!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Cueva

    I love Lynn and Mitch story great book and series I would recommend this book

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sally Brooks

    I have enjoyed this very long series even if they are extremely predictable. Looking forward to reading the final book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    Sherryl woods always knocks a good read out of the park:)

  28. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Good story line, interesting characters. Enjoyable read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    McKenzi

    I adored Lynn and Mitchs story!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Brown

    Enjoyed the story... Love the fact these books are about strong female friendship. Enjoyed the plot twist at the end.

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