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After a not-quite-peachy year apart, three Georgia peaches come home to Darlington Orchard When Murphy chose New York City, she left her first love behind. Now, a summer in Bridgewater means trading subway trains for pickup trucks and facing the boy she turned her back on. Leeda expects her trip home to be over faster than her new Manhattan boyfriend can hail a cab—unt After a not-quite-peachy year apart, three Georgia peaches come home to Darlington Orchard When Murphy chose New York City, she left her first love behind. Now, a summer in Bridgewater means trading subway trains for pickup trucks and facing the boy she turned her back on. Leeda expects her trip home to be over faster than her new Manhattan boyfriend can hail a cab—until a surprising inheritance saddles her with a huge responsibility. Birdie's heart led her all the way to Mexico, and heartbreak brings her back to the orchard. But when the Darlington family decides to leave peach trees for palm trees, Birdie gets a crash course in letting go—and learning when to hold on. Together for another juicy summer, carefree Murphy, perfect Leeda, and big-hearted Birdie return to the place that allowed them to bloom. Brimming with all the charm, humor, and heart of Peaches and The Secrets of Peaches, this satisfying conclusion to the series reunites three unlikely best friends for a final sweet farewell.


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After a not-quite-peachy year apart, three Georgia peaches come home to Darlington Orchard When Murphy chose New York City, she left her first love behind. Now, a summer in Bridgewater means trading subway trains for pickup trucks and facing the boy she turned her back on. Leeda expects her trip home to be over faster than her new Manhattan boyfriend can hail a cab—unt After a not-quite-peachy year apart, three Georgia peaches come home to Darlington Orchard When Murphy chose New York City, she left her first love behind. Now, a summer in Bridgewater means trading subway trains for pickup trucks and facing the boy she turned her back on. Leeda expects her trip home to be over faster than her new Manhattan boyfriend can hail a cab—until a surprising inheritance saddles her with a huge responsibility. Birdie's heart led her all the way to Mexico, and heartbreak brings her back to the orchard. But when the Darlington family decides to leave peach trees for palm trees, Birdie gets a crash course in letting go—and learning when to hold on. Together for another juicy summer, carefree Murphy, perfect Leeda, and big-hearted Birdie return to the place that allowed them to bloom. Brimming with all the charm, humor, and heart of Peaches and The Secrets of Peaches, this satisfying conclusion to the series reunites three unlikely best friends for a final sweet farewell.

30 review for Love and Peaches

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    2018 Update: Oh my God I just found this review and I forgot I always used to use those little equal sign/square bracket smilies! Aw. Throwback. -------------- This book is love. And peaches. =]

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rox

    I really don’t know what to say. I’m so happy and touched by this series, I just can’t describe my feelings. I was so afraid of this book. I love the first and second books so much. But, this book is just what I needed without knowing it. It is the best conclusion I could ever asked. I loved it and I’m really sad it’s over. I cried too much and I’m still sobbing. This review is a bunch of love, sadness and pure happiness. Thank you Jodi Lynn Anderson.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Niek Emm

    such a sweet ending of the series

  4. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    When I was walking around in my local Barnes and Noble one day to find my next advisory book, I walked over to the new releases table and saw "Love and Peaches", by Jodi Lynn Anderson and got very excited. I was happy because I read the other two books in this series, "Peaches" and "The Secrets of Peaches" and was not aware that Anderson was releasing a third book in the series. This series revolves around a group of three main girls: Leeda, Birdie and Murphy whose experiences on Birdies father' When I was walking around in my local Barnes and Noble one day to find my next advisory book, I walked over to the new releases table and saw "Love and Peaches", by Jodi Lynn Anderson and got very excited. I was happy because I read the other two books in this series, "Peaches" and "The Secrets of Peaches" and was not aware that Anderson was releasing a third book in the series. This series revolves around a group of three main girls: Leeda, Birdie and Murphy whose experiences on Birdies father's peach farm guide them to grow closer and share their stories of love, discovery and sadness so vividly with the reader. In this installment, the girls are each in college and all meet up on the peach orchard one summer to deal with the orchard's unexpected fate: they must cope with the discovery that the orchard will be torn down. Throughout the novel, Anderson guides the reader on a journey through each girl's perspective, which makes me as the reader want to continue on with the story. I ended up reading this book relatively quickly because i already knew the basic story line and was anxious to see how Anderson would end each one's story. I feel that the idea of the orchard being torn down was a great way to end the series because it made Birdie appear more vulnerable, which then made the 3 girls reunite and renew their friendship. I love Anderson's writing style because she uses the technique of dialogue to display the perils of the girls friendships very nicely. Also in this installment, there are a series of letters that Leeda discovers from her deceased grandmother, who left Leeda to care for her long loved ponies, and Anderson separates these letters from the text by using italics, which i think was an effective way for the reader to transition from the story to the letters. I would recommend this book mainly to people who have read the other two stories, but altogether i think that someone could catch onto the plot even if they are a newcomer to the Peaches books.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bella

    This book was the third book in the Peaches series. The three friends come back home for the summer to see each other. Leeda inherits $500,000 and 25 mini horses from her dead grandmother, Birdie gets engaged, and Murphy finds out that her father is Judge Abott. Many things happen to them, and they all realize that they're not really happy and they need to stop pretending to be something they're not. I can connect this to the Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants. In that series, there are four frie This book was the third book in the Peaches series. The three friends come back home for the summer to see each other. Leeda inherits $500,000 and 25 mini horses from her dead grandmother, Birdie gets engaged, and Murphy finds out that her father is Judge Abott. Many things happen to them, and they all realize that they're not really happy and they need to stop pretending to be something they're not. I can connect this to the Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants. In that series, there are four friends who have to find themselves over the summer. In both books they go on lots of adventures with their best friends. I can also make a text to self connection because when I'm with my best friends, I have a lot more fun and I can be myself. That's the same way the girls in Love And Peaches are. I gave this book four stars. I thought it was really good, because the characters are quirky and very real. None of them are perfect girls that you never see in real life. Also, it made me cry at the end and I only cry in books if I really really like them. If you liked Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants you will really like the Peaches series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emma the Dork

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. pretty decent ending to the trilogy, but rather pointless to tell u the truth, i mean, with no enrico and birdie, which i have to say, REALLY pissed my off. why didnt they get married like rex and murphy? why? WHY??? rex annoys me anyway. hes very stalkerish.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Katelynn Mathias

    Way better than the second but still didn't top my love for the first. This brought back a lot of what I loved about Peaches and that made me super happy. Our characters felt like themselves again and I loved the growth they all made in this. I will say though that I totally saw the reveals coming. I knew who Murphy's dad was from the first book and I picked up on the mystery surrounding Leeda's grandmom very early on in this book. But, I still really enjoyed it. I wish Rex was more present but Way better than the second but still didn't top my love for the first. This brought back a lot of what I loved about Peaches and that made me super happy. Our characters felt like themselves again and I loved the growth they all made in this. I will say though that I totally saw the reveals coming. I knew who Murphy's dad was from the first book and I picked up on the mystery surrounding Leeda's grandmom very early on in this book. But, I still really enjoyed it. I wish Rex was more present but I'm happy with how things worked out. I liked the new character, Grey very much and I liked where the story ended for him too. I was sad about what happened with the orchard and still am but it's still being used for good and helped one of our main characters find herself. All in all, a great conclusion to this trilogy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Summer

    4.5 Stars. A strong conclusion. After a year away at school (Murphy and Leeda in NYC, Birdie in Mexico City) the girls return to the orchard, Murphy dealing with the unfinished business of her father and Rex, Birdie running from a hasty engagement and clinging to her old life and Leeda, reluctantly tasked with caring for miniature ponies and a menagerie of other animals. I really enjoyed where these girls ended up, while romance plays a sometimes bittersweet role, there’s more than that going on f 4.5 Stars. A strong conclusion. After a year away at school (Murphy and Leeda in NYC, Birdie in Mexico City) the girls return to the orchard, Murphy dealing with the unfinished business of her father and Rex, Birdie running from a hasty engagement and clinging to her old life and Leeda, reluctantly tasked with caring for miniature ponies and a menagerie of other animals. I really enjoyed where these girls ended up, while romance plays a sometimes bittersweet role, there’s more than that going on for each of them, it wasn’t all about getting the happily ever after with a guy, it’s figuring out their happily ever after as an individual person and if they also had a love interest in the end that was just an added bonus, there was something so satisfying about the focus of this story. When I started this trilogy, innocent, heartfelt, itching to spread her wings, Birdie, was easily my favorite character and I do still love her, but I’ve grown so much more attached to Leeda than I would have expected after the first book, seeing her go from someone so uncertain about who she is, who leaned heavily on her boyfriends and her mom’s opinions, and then to see her gradually with time and struggle emerge as this wholly independent young woman who knows her own mind and heart and is unafraid to go after what she wants even if it defies what’s expected of her. Leeda’s growth, her perfectly paced arc over the course of these books turned out for me to be one of the emotional high points of this memorable trilogy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    I've loved these books for how real they feel, how they don't shy away from the real complications of life to tie things up in a neat bow. This book felt a little more like an effort to tie things in a bow as the concluding volume, but it kept things messy and some of the twists really impressed me. There's more emphasis on Leeda in this book. She is the least developed character of the three--or maybe her personality is just that she doesn't know who she is. Her development in this book is inte I've loved these books for how real they feel, how they don't shy away from the real complications of life to tie things up in a neat bow. This book felt a little more like an effort to tie things in a bow as the concluding volume, but it kept things messy and some of the twists really impressed me. There's more emphasis on Leeda in this book. She is the least developed character of the three--or maybe her personality is just that she doesn't know who she is. Her development in this book is interesting to watch but in places much more predictable than the storylines for the other two, especially her love story. It also seems like the author tried to cram the development of her personality and interests into this one book. I think it would have been more satisfying if there had been more hints to the readers earlier of what she really loved. Similarly, Birdie's new passion seemed to come out of left field. Leeda's grandmother's secret left me stunned and thinking about that tragedy for days. Very impressively written, and the way her secret love is revealed at the end I think would make it accessible to anyone, even if they don't understand. Love is love. I dislike epilogues that take the characters far into the future and this book has one. Too many bows. All in all, a worthy successor, but this volume has some weaknesses its predecessors didn't.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ellis

    There's no question Jodi Lynn Anderson can write, but I can't help but feel like this one was written mostly to have closure (though if you're looking for HEAs, ha ha hahaha). I think I would have preferred this series to have been a duology. However, Murhpy, Birdie and Leeda are some of the realest, most confused characters I've ever met, which doesn't always make it fun to read about them, but I think there should be more characters/stories like those Anderson writes. Though purely out of self There's no question Jodi Lynn Anderson can write, but I can't help but feel like this one was written mostly to have closure (though if you're looking for HEAs, ha ha hahaha). I think I would have preferred this series to have been a duology. However, Murhpy, Birdie and Leeda are some of the realest, most confused characters I've ever met, which doesn't always make it fun to read about them, but I think there should be more characters/stories like those Anderson writes. Though purely out of self-preservation reasons, I'm going to pass a motion that she's never allowed to write about traces again. Oh, and p. 223 was missing in my copy (paperback), which didn't bother me too much since it was a Leeda chapter and it was rather easy to gauge what it was about, thanks to the surrounding context and the fact that this realisation had been alluded to since p. 40 (though if this no page 223 thing was intentional, I'm going to have to have some words with everyone involved with that decision because of the nature of the content and how harmful intentional erasure would be in that case).

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    This is a wonderful addition to the Peaches trilogy...(It may even be my favorite!) It kept me interested throughout and it sucked me in as Anderson's other books have. I felt like I was one of the characters and the book was a movie playing out in my mind. The book goes deeper than simply discussing friends and family from a small town but also covers topics such as love, loss, life struggles, responsibility, strength, passion, and self-esteem! The book is very well written. I would recommend t This is a wonderful addition to the Peaches trilogy...(It may even be my favorite!) It kept me interested throughout and it sucked me in as Anderson's other books have. I felt like I was one of the characters and the book was a movie playing out in my mind. The book goes deeper than simply discussing friends and family from a small town but also covers topics such as love, loss, life struggles, responsibility, strength, passion, and self-esteem! The book is very well written. I would recommend this book, along with the first two Peaches books, to any young woman in high school or college....and even to any adults who want to endulge in a sweet, inspiring, thought-provoking, and fun collection of novels to make you feel young and free! :)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kate Coombs

    If you liked the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants books, you'll like these--this is the third and final book in a trilogy. It is YA, though--there's some talk about sex, though it's handled tastefully (again, as in Brasheres's books). But these Peaches books are strong in their own right, especially this last volume. The characters grow, not in the predictable way people usually do in books, but in the uneven, complex ways they do in real life, with just as many questions as answers. Plus Ander If you liked the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants books, you'll like these--this is the third and final book in a trilogy. It is YA, though--there's some talk about sex, though it's handled tastefully (again, as in Brasheres's books). But these Peaches books are strong in their own right, especially this last volume. The characters grow, not in the predictable way people usually do in books, but in the uneven, complex ways they do in real life, with just as many questions as answers. Plus Anderson writes beautifully.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    An improvement on the second, but still not as devourable as the first, I liked this book. (view spoiler)[I love love LOVED how Leeda became a vet, after how damn depressing she was in the last book, I felt she really shined in this one. (hide spoiler)] I liked that the girls finally figured out who they were and what they were destined to do - though I wouldn't mind a follow-up, just to see how the girls are in adulthood! An improvement on the second, but still not as devourable as the first, I liked this book. (view spoiler)[I love love LOVED how Leeda became a vet, after how damn depressing she was in the last book, I felt she really shined in this one. (hide spoiler)] I liked that the girls finally figured out who they were and what they were destined to do - though I wouldn't mind a follow-up, just to see how the girls are in adulthood!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Killian

    As I conclude my revisit to the Darlington peach orchard, I must say that I enjoyed LOVE AND PEACHES much more than book 2, but not as much as book 1. The first book was a fun friendship story, while the second book was about all the things that can go wrong as the characters grew up and grew apart. It was a tough read. LOVE AND PEACHES still had a lot of devastation. There was death, destruction, and heartbreak, but there was also hope at the end. I was (mostly) satisfied with the conclusion. W As I conclude my revisit to the Darlington peach orchard, I must say that I enjoyed LOVE AND PEACHES much more than book 2, but not as much as book 1. The first book was a fun friendship story, while the second book was about all the things that can go wrong as the characters grew up and grew apart. It was a tough read. LOVE AND PEACHES still had a lot of devastation. There was death, destruction, and heartbreak, but there was also hope at the end. I was (mostly) satisfied with the conclusion. WARNING!!!! SPOILERS AHEAD!!!! I thought Murphy and Rex ending up in Chicago was a nice compromise and made sense for their characters. But I also thought Murphy was very lucky that things ended the way they did, after she treated Rex so poorly throughout books 2 and 3. I liked the way Leeda's character grew in the third book, with her interest in animals and breaking away from the mold her parents made for her. I will admit that her part in book 2 and the beginning of book 3 really annoyed me until she started to break out on her own path. I also enjoyed the surprising twist revealed about her grandmother in the letters Leeda found. Birdie losing the orchard was hard for me to take because that had been her dream since the beginning, to maintain her family's legacy. I thought it strange that she couldn't rebuild the farmhouse on another part of the property that would be more stable. Leeda could've helped her finance it and they could've split the property. Then the peach trees wouldn't have been left to rot. (That was the saddest part of this whole trilogy! They let the orchard die!) Birdie traveling around after leaving the orchard made sense because she really enjoyed her time in Mexico. But her writing travel articles as a career didn't make sense to me. Did she ever express an interest in writing throughout the entire series? If she did, I missed it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kayden Lucent

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Love and Peaches By Jodi Lynn Anderson Published by HarperTeen Love and Peaches is a fiction young adult romance novel in which three girls are forced to make decisions that will impact their futures. Each girl has their own plot and their own problems they have to work through. The book Love and Peaches is about Birdie, Murphy, and Leeda, who return from their freshman years at different universities to Bridgewater, Georgia. Once they return, they face new responcibilties, develop doubts, and disc Love and Peaches By Jodi Lynn Anderson Published by HarperTeen Love and Peaches is a fiction young adult romance novel in which three girls are forced to make decisions that will impact their futures. Each girl has their own plot and their own problems they have to work through. The book Love and Peaches is about Birdie, Murphy, and Leeda, who return from their freshman years at different universities to Bridgewater, Georgia. Once they return, they face new responcibilties, develop doubts, and discover new secrets. The book is only 243 pages long including the epologue. This book follows up Peaches by Jodi, which includes the same three main characters. I truly liked the book. It is really hard to find a book that is eye catching to me and that keeps me interested. I believe the characters are credible and their stories are all relevant to each other. There was always something happening and I never got bored. There are three main plots, one for each character. Leeda is faced with ponies that she has to sell inherited from her grandmother and trying to decide weither she wants to stay with her current boyfriend that she rarely sees or leave him for someone else. Birdie’s parents decide they want to sell the peach orchard and move to Florida and Birdie does not want to leave her friends and her amazing childhood home that she loves. Murphy does not really care for people, but ended up falling in love with a guy named Rex in which she comes home to realize that he had moved away and she also tries to find out who her father is since her mother is hiding it from her. I recommend Love and Peaches as well as the two books before this one, Peaches, and The Secret of Peaches.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Garcia

    "Love and Peaches" from Jodi Lynn Anderson is a novel full of mystery and drama. This book was exceptional, although it took me a while to get into it. The middle and the end of the novel were extremely engaging, which made me want to continue reading it. Jodi Lynn Anderson helps readers realize the difficulties of being a young adult because of the huge decisions that must be made. "Love and Peaches" is about Leeda, Birdie, and Murphy, who are three young girls with different problems in their "Love and Peaches" from Jodi Lynn Anderson is a novel full of mystery and drama. This book was exceptional, although it took me a while to get into it. The middle and the end of the novel were extremely engaging, which made me want to continue reading it. Jodi Lynn Anderson helps readers realize the difficulties of being a young adult because of the huge decisions that must be made. "Love and Peaches" is about Leeda, Birdie, and Murphy, who are three young girls with different problems in their lives. Every summer, these girls meet up with each other in Georgia, which is where they lived their childhood, but they didn’t realize that change was about to take place. A paternity test, an engagement, a new lover can all change their lives forever. They will be forced to learn how to say goodbye to the past, but they will also learn that when something matters, it will stay with them forever even if it’s not physically there. The first couple of chapters didn’t grab my attention, but when the rising action began, I was completely focused on the story. Personally, I truly enjoyed this novel because it contained several examples of what a real-life teenager might experience. It gives you the insight of a young adult’s mind, which made me like the story even more. Anderson makes sure that she leaves her readers wanting more after every chapter. Overall, I recommend "Love and Peaches" to anyone who enjoys reading a novel full of cliffhangers and drama.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I read the book "Love and Peaches" I thought this book was very interesting because it was about these three girls who left darlington orchard but then came back to the place where once before that allowed them to bloom the three girls names are Murphy, Leeda, and Birdie. Leeda thought her time at Darlington Orchard would be short but she was wrong. Murphy wanted to leave New York to come back to Darlington Orchard. Then Birdie's heart lead her to Mexico but a horrible heart break lead her back I read the book "Love and Peaches" I thought this book was very interesting because it was about these three girls who left darlington orchard but then came back to the place where once before that allowed them to bloom the three girls names are Murphy, Leeda, and Birdie. Leeda thought her time at Darlington Orchard would be short but she was wrong. Murphy wanted to leave New York to come back to Darlington Orchard. Then Birdie's heart lead her to Mexico but a horrible heart break lead her back to Darlington Orchard, I think the author wrote this book for teenagers because the book is about three friends who came back because where they were before was not what they were looking for so they came back to find them selves. I think the author did really well with this book and I would like to read more books from her.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Adams

    This third installment of the Peaches books was okay, not great but okay. A lot of changes happened. They all seemed pretty out of the blue. The story line surrounding Leeda was my favorite. She seemed to find herself more than the others. It still felt to me like Birdie and Murphy were settling, not quite doing what they really wanted to do. The whole book felt a bit disjointed. Like forcing itself to get to an end rather than it flowing.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chanan

    A perfect ending to a wonderful series The “Peaches” series by Jodi Lynn Anderson is among my all-time favourites. Birdie, Leeda and Murphy became like friends to me, and it was exquisite to experience the wonder of the Darlington peach orchard with them. In this last book, the author did a marvellous job of tying up loose ends and placing a heartfelt bow on this lovely series. My heart is sore that there are no more Peaches books to look forward to.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    It took me FOREVER to finish this book. For some reason, I just felt like this book was the most boring out of the three in the series which is interesting because I feel like each girl finally has her own distinct story line. I honestly don't have much to say about the book because it was just so meh. I would not re-read this series and and would not recommend it to anyone. It took me FOREVER to finish this book. For some reason, I just felt like this book was the most boring out of the three in the series which is interesting because I feel like each girl finally has her own distinct story line. I honestly don't have much to say about the book because it was just so meh. I would not re-read this series and and would not recommend it to anyone.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kierstin

    Definitely my least favorite of the three. Leeda's story was a little predictable. Liked the way that Murphy's story ended. Unfortunately this book made me absolutely hate Birdie. Hated that she did that to Enrico a second time. Who does that?! Ugh. Kind of wishing she had stopped writing after book one. Definitely my least favorite of the three. Leeda's story was a little predictable. Liked the way that Murphy's story ended. Unfortunately this book made me absolutely hate Birdie. Hated that she did that to Enrico a second time. Who does that?! Ugh. Kind of wishing she had stopped writing after book one.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    When I read this book I thought it had to do with their culture or something with Chinese. This book overall is good. I just thought that somethings were just extra or too much. They give a lot of information and detail which makes it more good. Also I would recommend this to people who are in college. Also to people who are in love.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Gentry

    It was pretty good. The book starts off a little confusing if you cant remember names very easily because the book has three different story lines throughout the book with a sizable amount of names. Once you learn the characters you would probably start to like it more. Each girl has lots of things going on with themselves and their stories, and the book has a nice ending.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chrys Theo

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It definitely didn't disappoint. Where each girl ended up seemed right for her: Birdie travelling the world, Murphy becoming an interviewer and Leeda staying in Bridgewater and opening an animal shelter. I loved how Murphy worked things out with Rex because they were the only couple I actually cared about. It definitely didn't disappoint. Where each girl ended up seemed right for her: Birdie travelling the world, Murphy becoming an interviewer and Leeda staying in Bridgewater and opening an animal shelter. I loved how Murphy worked things out with Rex because they were the only couple I actually cared about.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    The first time I read it, I was a teen and loved it. Now as an adult, I still thinks its a cute story but very slow going. Plus now that I know a little about construction, some of the things mentioned dont make sense so it brought down the book a bit. Wish the author had done a little more research

  26. 5 out of 5

    audrey :)

    This was the perfect, easy to read, coming of age series. It made me tear up at times and I really think they each of the characters got the perfect ending. While it’s not the one I expected when I read this first book, it worked with their character development and true selves. Needless to say peaches is amazing despite being 13 years old.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tressa

    I enjoyed revisiting Leeda, Birdie, and Murphy in Love and Peaches. It was comforting to read about their lives and how they grew as individuals. There was sadness in the book, but there was also happiness.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Francesca

    A bittersweet ending to the series. I was satisfied with how Leeda and Murphy's stories were wrapped up, but I can't imagine Birdie with the ending Jodi Lynn Anderson wrote for her. I also think Grey's story and character could have been written better. A bittersweet ending to the series. I was satisfied with how Leeda and Murphy's stories were wrapped up, but I can't imagine Birdie with the ending Jodi Lynn Anderson wrote for her. I also think Grey's story and character could have been written better.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Good ending to a touching series. I loved these books from start to finish. I'm happy with each ending for Birdie, Murphy, and Leeda. I wish Leeda had found out more about what was in her grandmother's letters but the author finished all of their storylines. Good ending to a touching series. I loved these books from start to finish. I'm happy with each ending for Birdie, Murphy, and Leeda. I wish Leeda had found out more about what was in her grandmother's letters but the author finished all of their storylines.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Salbato

    sweet old fashioned feel. really wanted a happy ever after for everyone. felt like friends throughout the series

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