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World War II has ended but the scars of the war have carved deep grooves in Sophie Wright’s heart. Now a widow with two young children, she returns home to Aspen Falls and meets Leland Halverson, a handsome carpenter who appears interested in her, but afraid of a relationship. Leland wishes he was worthy of the beautiful Sophie, and he adores her two children, but his past World War II has ended but the scars of the war have carved deep grooves in Sophie Wright’s heart. Now a widow with two young children, she returns home to Aspen Falls and meets Leland Halverson, a handsome carpenter who appears interested in her, but afraid of a relationship. Leland wishes he was worthy of the beautiful Sophie, and he adores her two children, but his past still haunts him. Sophie knows that Leland fell apart after his little girl died and his wife left him, but she doesn’t know the real reason why. Meanwhile, David Alexander, a decorated bomber pilot has returned to Aspen Falls, and Sophie catches his eye. Confused by the two vastly different choices of men, Sophie searches for answers from a heart that has betrayed her before. When Sophie discovers a message inside a music box that Leland once owned, the pieces start to fit together. The enchanting melody urges her to share the secrets of her heart so that she can understand his. Leland knows the tune from the music box well and if he can find the courage, he’ll carve a melody for Sophie from the solid wood surrounding his heart.


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World War II has ended but the scars of the war have carved deep grooves in Sophie Wright’s heart. Now a widow with two young children, she returns home to Aspen Falls and meets Leland Halverson, a handsome carpenter who appears interested in her, but afraid of a relationship. Leland wishes he was worthy of the beautiful Sophie, and he adores her two children, but his past World War II has ended but the scars of the war have carved deep grooves in Sophie Wright’s heart. Now a widow with two young children, she returns home to Aspen Falls and meets Leland Halverson, a handsome carpenter who appears interested in her, but afraid of a relationship. Leland wishes he was worthy of the beautiful Sophie, and he adores her two children, but his past still haunts him. Sophie knows that Leland fell apart after his little girl died and his wife left him, but she doesn’t know the real reason why. Meanwhile, David Alexander, a decorated bomber pilot has returned to Aspen Falls, and Sophie catches his eye. Confused by the two vastly different choices of men, Sophie searches for answers from a heart that has betrayed her before. When Sophie discovers a message inside a music box that Leland once owned, the pieces start to fit together. The enchanting melody urges her to share the secrets of her heart so that she can understand his. Leland knows the tune from the music box well and if he can find the courage, he’ll carve a melody for Sophie from the solid wood surrounding his heart.

53 review for Carve Me a Melody

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vicki

    The story of Leland and Sophie was so realistic and so beautifully written it brought me to tears. I was so glad to see this was Leland's story. He touched me in the first book and his gentle ways touched me again in this book. The pace of the story was great. It kept me invested and reading well into the night. A wonderful book that everyone should read. It shows the difficulties of the past can be overcome. The story of Leland and Sophie was so realistic and so beautifully written it brought me to tears. I was so glad to see this was Leland's story. He touched me in the first book and his gentle ways touched me again in this book. The pace of the story was great. It kept me invested and reading well into the night. A wonderful book that everyone should read. It shows the difficulties of the past can be overcome.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Julie Carpenter

    I was sucked right into this story and couldn't put it down. If you haven't read the first book in this series, I would recommend reading it but if you choose to just jump right into Carve Me a Melody I think the author wrote it in a way that you could read it as a stand alone. This novel starts with the scene from The Soldier's Bride where Leland goes to help his friend Keith put together Keith's niece's bed. I loved how throughout the story, the MC Sophie interacts with characters from the firs I was sucked right into this story and couldn't put it down. If you haven't read the first book in this series, I would recommend reading it but if you choose to just jump right into Carve Me a Melody I think the author wrote it in a way that you could read it as a stand alone. This novel starts with the scene from The Soldier's Bride where Leland goes to help his friend Keith put together Keith's niece's bed. I loved how throughout the story, the MC Sophie interacts with characters from the first book. They didn't just make an impact on the characters from the first book but their stories continue in this book. I hope that makes sense. LOL. It does in my brain but that doesn't mean it always comes across loud and clear to everyone else. ;-) Sophie has a lot that she is trying to heal from. I'm not going to say much besides that because it will all be revealed from page one to the end. I know that's not very helpful but if I say too much else then a lot of the mystery will be gone. I loved Sophie's fortitude. She was strong and kept moving forward despite what all life had brought to her. Her two kiddos added a lot to the storyline and I really enjoyed the scenes with them. Sophie meets Leland, who is a character from book one who benefits from the music box. She also meets David Alexander. A wealthy business owner in town. She is torn between her feelings for both men and tries to figure out what her heart really wants and which man is the one who can truly help heal her heart as well as guard, protect and keep it whole. I won't go into detail about these two male characters because I think if I did you'd know who I was cheering for and who I didn't care for and I will let you read and develop your own opinions on that one! This was a beautiful love story of healing, loss and learning to forgive, not only others but most especially ourselves. We can't always control life around us and those in our lives but we can allow God to help us and heal us. Sophie's family was a great addition to this book. I liked their straightforward ways and their support they loving gave Sophie and her children. The way of living was well researched and portrayed for this time period, right after WWII. It reminded me so much of stories my grandma would tell us. Content: Kisses, mostly sweet kisses but a few more passionate kisses. Nothing more than kisses. I would recommend for older YA and up. I received a copy from the author. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own. Happy Reading!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Donna Campbell

    My love for this story started with the cover! I loved the characters, especially those from previous books. Leland is such a sweet caring man and I loved how he was able to deal with and share of his pain. This was a really sweet romance. The only thing bad about this story was that it had to end.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachelle

    This is the sequel to my novel, The Soldier's Bride. I am so thrilled to be able to give you the rest of Leland's story. So many people asked for more of his story and it was there, just waiting for me to tell it! Although, while writing Carve Me a Melody, a few of the characters had some ideas of their own and it took some wrangling to sort out the real story behind Leland's carving. I loved revisiting Aspen Falls and meeting up with old friends as I wrote these words. I hope that you'll be happ This is the sequel to my novel, The Soldier's Bride. I am so thrilled to be able to give you the rest of Leland's story. So many people asked for more of his story and it was there, just waiting for me to tell it! Although, while writing Carve Me a Melody, a few of the characters had some ideas of their own and it took some wrangling to sort out the real story behind Leland's carving. I loved revisiting Aspen Falls and meeting up with old friends as I wrote these words. I hope that you'll be happy with Sophie's choices and where Leland ends up at the end of this book. For more info visit www.rachellechristensen.com

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mara

    Carve Me a Melody is a sequel to The Soldier's Bride. You could probably read Carve Me a Melody alone but you wouldn't know Leland's back story or the part the music box played in his recovery from the depths of despair and alcohol addiction. Sophie Wright is mentioned in The Soldier's Bride and this is Leland and Sophie's story. Leland Halverson has overcome many things--the accidental death of his daughter, his wife leaving him, and alcohol addiction--and life seems to be going well for him. Hi Carve Me a Melody is a sequel to The Soldier's Bride. You could probably read Carve Me a Melody alone but you wouldn't know Leland's back story or the part the music box played in his recovery from the depths of despair and alcohol addiction. Sophie Wright is mentioned in The Soldier's Bride and this is Leland and Sophie's story. Leland Halverson has overcome many things--the accidental death of his daughter, his wife leaving him, and alcohol addiction--and life seems to be going well for him. His business building furniture is doing well and his best friend, Keith, has introduced him to his war-widowed sister, Sophie Wright, who's moved back to Aspen Falls with her two small children so she can be close to family. Leland is taken with her the first time they meet. Sophie is interested in the good looking but shy carpenter, but home town war hero David Alexander has just returned from the war and is smitten with Sophie too. Sophie's heart has mislead her before and she has trouble deciding which man is right for her. I was taken in with this story from the first page and couldn't wait to see how Sophie made her decision; I loved the way it turned out. There were times I didn't understand how she couldn't see which man was right for her, but she finally came to her senses. I also enjoyed having characters from The Soldier's Bride in this book too. This is a clean romance story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Carve Me a Melody is book two from the Music Box Romance series. I enjoyed the World War II era story. I really liked Sophie and felt the inner turmoil when she was struggling with her past and what she should do with her romances with Leland and David. Just when I was convinced how things would turn out, there was a twist. A good, sweet, and clean romance. 5+ stars.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Judi Easley

    Almost feels like I'm running out of books to read for this Summer Reading Challenge! I've read so many already! Fear not, my TBR stack stands ready to meet the SRChallenge! My Disclaimer: I purchased this book on sale. I am voluntarily providing an honest review in which all opinions are fully my own. I am not being compensated in any way. ~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review My Review: ✭✭✭✭ The second book in the Music Box Series, this had a similar feel as the first book. The music box makes its a Almost feels like I'm running out of books to read for this Summer Reading Challenge! I've read so many already! Fear not, my TBR stack stands ready to meet the SRChallenge! My Disclaimer: I purchased this book on sale. I am voluntarily providing an honest review in which all opinions are fully my own. I am not being compensated in any way. ~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review My Review: ✭✭✭✭ The second book in the Music Box Series, this had a similar feel as the first book. The music box makes its appearance again and works its magic with music and its messages. And some of the names are familiar from the first book, though they are seen from a totally different angle this time. This is a definite romance. Sophie Wright is a war widow. Her husband had died in Pearl Harbor. And she carries a dark secret. Does she dare leave herself open to another love? Two very different men have their sights on Sophie, but only one of them understands her. And one knows her dark secret. Who will win her heart and her hand? This story was really good, but it dragged in some places. Sophie agonized over her dark secret a bit too much. The characters were really well done. They had great depth to them and wonderful personalities. Even the children were more than just placeholders. And they had a real role to play in the story and were actually a key element of the story. The pacing was pretty good for most of the book. Just when Sophie kept obsessing about her dark secret, before we knew what it was, caused the timing to get off. It didn’t add to the suspense after awhile it got to be irritating. Other than that, it was really good. Surprises came when you needed them. Explanations came when you had questions. Laughs when you needed a lift. This is a heartwarming story about life and how it really happens. How people are affected by what others do and say. I highly recommend this book to those of you who love romance and women’s lit, books about real life.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Corey

    I really enjoyed reading this book and seeing a happy ending for Leland. There were a couple of times where I thought the main character went back and forth a little too much and several times that I wondered why she couldn't see things that were right in front of her but I suppose we all do that sometimes. I also enjoyed seeing some characters from the first book again. I think I still like that one a little better but the cover for this one is very pretty. I received an advanced copy in exchan I really enjoyed reading this book and seeing a happy ending for Leland. There were a couple of times where I thought the main character went back and forth a little too much and several times that I wondered why she couldn't see things that were right in front of her but I suppose we all do that sometimes. I also enjoyed seeing some characters from the first book again. I think I still like that one a little better but the cover for this one is very pretty. I received an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nari

    When I read Soldier's Bride, I really like Leland Halverson and wished his story had a happier ending. I was ectastic to see that he was getting his own story in Carve Me A Melody. Leland has picked himself back up after falling apart from the devasting death of his daughter Jessie. He is busy building furniture and is a very talented carpenter. He mets Sophie when he and her brother Keith help put together a bed for her. Leland and Sophie have mistakes in their past that they are holding onto. When I read Soldier's Bride, I really like Leland Halverson and wished his story had a happier ending. I was ectastic to see that he was getting his own story in Carve Me A Melody. Leland has picked himself back up after falling apart from the devasting death of his daughter Jessie. He is busy building furniture and is a very talented carpenter. He mets Sophie when he and her brother Keith help put together a bed for her. Leland and Sophie have mistakes in their past that they are holding onto. Will they be able to let go of the past and heal and let the other person in? As I read the story, I felt like I was part of the journey that each made. The story pulled me in and I ended the book on a happy sigh.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I really enjoyed this sequel to Soldier's Bride. Both books are definitely worth the read! But if you haven't read the first one, you can still read this one as a stand-alone. I like the carry-over of some characters from the first book, especially giving Leland his own story. I really enjoyed this sequel to Soldier's Bride. Both books are definitely worth the read! But if you haven't read the first one, you can still read this one as a stand-alone. I like the carry-over of some characters from the first book, especially giving Leland his own story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bettyboop

    For book 2 in the Music Box Series, Rachelle has beautifully written a continuation of The Soldiers Bride and how the tune of the music box is carried on the wind touching the lives of the characters that come in contact with it. The writing and storyline are full of so much emotion, tears had to fall for me. After facing the angst of early years and making the right decisions, it’s a beautiful love story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Krey

    Check out this gorgeous cover! Looking forward to this one!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    Wow, I really enjoyed reading this book. I love the historic feel of the book, the author has done an amazing job of making sure that the book doesn't feel like it's an old story set in our current time. I really liked Sophie. She's a young widowed mother just trying to do her best with her two kids. She is an excellent seamstress and she's able to basically provide for her kids that way. The book is set just after the war and there were still a lot of basics that you still couldn't buy, things l Wow, I really enjoyed reading this book. I love the historic feel of the book, the author has done an amazing job of making sure that the book doesn't feel like it's an old story set in our current time. I really liked Sophie. She's a young widowed mother just trying to do her best with her two kids. She is an excellent seamstress and she's able to basically provide for her kids that way. The book is set just after the war and there were still a lot of basics that you still couldn't buy, things like sugar and coffee. But with her family's help, Sophie and her kids are getting by. But Sophie has a huge secret about her life with her husband that no one knows and if she has anything to say about it no one ever will know. There's too much shame for her in someone knowing her secret. I loved the we get to see in this book, Leland from The Soldier's Bride. He was a character in that book that I really wondered about. We saw him and we saw that he started out a drunken man and changed. What we weren't able to see is just exactly what had happened to him to make him be that way. I felt like I was able to understand why he was the way he was a bit more. I really enjoyed seeing his interaction with Sophie's little family. Maybe because he had already lost so much, he was able to know just what was most important in life and really grab on to those things. Then there's David. He's the son of the woman who pays Sophie the most for sewing jobs. His mother is not very nice and she feels like since she has money that everyone needs to listen to her and obey her every whim. She wants nothing to do with Sophie dating David and she tries her very hardest to keep him away from her. I have to say that I didn't like her and my feelings for David may have been influenced some by that, but it didn't seem as though David cared for Sophie or her children the way Leland did. I really liked the plot of this one. I liked the way there were some really hard things from the time touched on. Things like the way the Japanese American people had been treated, or the way there wasn't a whole lot of money moving through society, or even the way Sophie was treated for being a single mother, even though she was a widow of a soldier. I loved the way the music box and it's haunting melody were back in this book, touching the characters hearts and helping them to change and become the best versions of themselves. This is a really great book! I loved all of it!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Paskins

    Though World War II has ended, many wounds have yet to heal. This is a poignant novel that follows the struggle of Sophie Wright, widowed mother of two children, to regain her self-esteem and learn to trust again. This story extends some of the characters introduced in “The Soldier’s Bride”. One such character is Leland Halverson who has suffered the death of a child, his own divorce and alcoholic addiction. He too must learn to trust again, but the person he needs most to trust is himself. The Though World War II has ended, many wounds have yet to heal. This is a poignant novel that follows the struggle of Sophie Wright, widowed mother of two children, to regain her self-esteem and learn to trust again. This story extends some of the characters introduced in “The Soldier’s Bride”. One such character is Leland Halverson who has suffered the death of a child, his own divorce and alcoholic addiction. He too must learn to trust again, but the person he needs most to trust is himself. The wounds of the nation are also revealed through discrimination. Sophie finds comfort in spending time with Leland until he doubts himself and then she is swept up in a romance by war hero, David Alexander, much to his mother’s despair. Mrs. Alexander sets out to destroy Sophie’s reputation. This tender story reveals itself page by page with a little help from a message left inside a music box. This is a very well written historical novel that has you experience post World War II in the small town of Aspen Falls. You get a sense of what it was like to ration sugar and to work with your hands because that was an honest day’s labor. It reminds us that sometime you can only heal and move on once you’ve forgiven yourself. This novel is safe to share with all your friends and neighbors, age 14 to 104. I think it has something for everyone.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

    Sophie is trying to rebuild her life after the war--and to keep anyone from knowing her true feelings about her husband's death. While most people think she's a poor war widow, she's glad to have escaped her abusive marriage. Sophie is cautious about relationships now, but she also feels like it's time to find a good fatherly influence for her two children. When she meets Leland, she's drawn to him, but his interest in her seems to fade, while David, the rich boy she knows is out of her league, Sophie is trying to rebuild her life after the war--and to keep anyone from knowing her true feelings about her husband's death. While most people think she's a poor war widow, she's glad to have escaped her abusive marriage. Sophie is cautious about relationships now, but she also feels like it's time to find a good fatherly influence for her two children. When she meets Leland, she's drawn to him, but his interest in her seems to fade, while David, the rich boy she knows is out of her league, keeps coming around. Leland cares for Sophie, but he also doesn't know if he can ever be the man she needs. After the mistakes he's made in the past, he doesn't entirely trust himself. And while he does want to be with Sophie, and he loves her kids, he knows he can't compete with David, who is both rich and a war hero. I loved Leland. He was just so sweet and considerate and also so realistically written, with his insecurities and fears. Sophie's conflicting emotions were also realistic.I liked the message of hope and healing in this book. Although this is the sequel to The Soldier's Bride, it can be read as a stand-alone. This is a good choice for those who like WWII stories, romances, and stories of healing. I received a copy of the ebook from the author. All opinions are my own.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I was a little wary of reading this story since the first in the series was so depressing. This one was much more appealing. It is pretty much a historical fiction love triangle story. Sophie lost her husband to the war. As a widow and single mom to two little kids, she is trying to find her way. When two men come into her life, she has to decide if she is ready to open her heart--and if she can learn to trust again. I knew how the story would turn out WAY before the heroine clued into the real c I was a little wary of reading this story since the first in the series was so depressing. This one was much more appealing. It is pretty much a historical fiction love triangle story. Sophie lost her husband to the war. As a widow and single mom to two little kids, she is trying to find her way. When two men come into her life, she has to decide if she is ready to open her heart--and if she can learn to trust again. I knew how the story would turn out WAY before the heroine clued into the real characters of the men she was dating. One was a selfish kid who wanted Sophie, while the other wanted Sophie to be happy. My only complaint was how long it took for her to figure it all out. It was interesting to read about how people's perceptions and actions could have changed due to the war.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melissa’s Bookshelf

    Enjoyed this second book in the Music Box romance series. In the first book, we are introduced to Leland, who though feels forgiveness for his daughter's death, is still afraid to move forward. When he meets his best friend's sister Sophie, he wants a second chance at love. Sophie has two children and moves to Aspen Falls after her husband was killed at Pearl Harbor. She has secrets of her own. She immediately likes Leland but is also scared to move forward. When a handsome rich pilot also tries Enjoyed this second book in the Music Box romance series. In the first book, we are introduced to Leland, who though feels forgiveness for his daughter's death, is still afraid to move forward. When he meets his best friend's sister Sophie, he wants a second chance at love. Sophie has two children and moves to Aspen Falls after her husband was killed at Pearl Harbor. She has secrets of her own. She immediately likes Leland but is also scared to move forward. When a handsome rich pilot also tries to pursue Sophie, she must decide who she can open her heart to. I really enjoyed the characters in this book. I would love to see the series continue. Like the first book, this is a tearjerker.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Julia Lance

    *big sigh* I loved this one so much! The time and effort the Author put into World War II research is evident. You can almost feel yourself go back in time while reading this book. I loved getting more insight into the lives of these characters you see in the first book. The struggles that Sophie has as a widow and young mother are so real. I love that Leland had made up his mind to make the needed changes in his life and wanted them to include Sophie. He was willing to be patient with her even *big sigh* I loved this one so much! The time and effort the Author put into World War II research is evident. You can almost feel yourself go back in time while reading this book. I loved getting more insight into the lives of these characters you see in the first book. The struggles that Sophie has as a widow and young mother are so real. I love that Leland had made up his mind to make the needed changes in his life and wanted them to include Sophie. He was willing to be patient with her even when his own fears sometimes got in the way. This book had all the emotions any good book should have it makes you want to scream, cry and jump for joy. It is truly amazing you don't want to miss it!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    I loved this story of Sophie's life after the war. Her husband is killed at Pearl Harbor, she moves home to be near family & begin her life as a single mother. David is a rich man with a snooty mother who has picked whom she wants to be his wife. Sophie is only a lowly working woman not suited for her son. Leland is a hard-working man, like Sophie, & adores her children. She has to choose between the 2 men. All 3 have secrets in their past that eventually come out. I feel this story is a real-li I loved this story of Sophie's life after the war. Her husband is killed at Pearl Harbor, she moves home to be near family & begin her life as a single mother. David is a rich man with a snooty mother who has picked whom she wants to be his wife. Sophie is only a lowly working woman not suited for her son. Leland is a hard-working man, like Sophie, & adores her children. She has to choose between the 2 men. All 3 have secrets in their past that eventually come out. I feel this story is a real-life account of what lives were like at that time in our history. Very well written. I received a free copy. This is my voluntary opinion.

  20. 5 out of 5

    BP34

    This is book two from the Music Box Romance Series and is the story of Leland who we met in the previous book. This is really a sequel to Soldier's Bride but can be read as a standalone. A well written story that is a beautiful read. Sophie and Leland were such special people and I found myself getting attached to them. Two people with such broken hearts who are able to help heal each other in many ways A great read. I received a readers copy and voluntarily chose to write a review. This is book two from the Music Box Romance Series and is the story of Leland who we met in the previous book. This is really a sequel to Soldier's Bride but can be read as a standalone. A well written story that is a beautiful read. Sophie and Leland were such special people and I found myself getting attached to them. Two people with such broken hearts who are able to help heal each other in many ways A great read. I received a readers copy and voluntarily chose to write a review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis

    This story is so very beautiful. The language employed in writing it was a melody in and of itself. Though it was very flowery in places, it didn't feel contrived or overdone. And the unfolding of the story was like the budding of an orchid, one bloom opening at a time, revealing the beauty yet with the promise of more to come. I'm so glad the author continued Leland's story and allowed there to be such healing for him. This story is so very beautiful. The language employed in writing it was a melody in and of itself. Though it was very flowery in places, it didn't feel contrived or overdone. And the unfolding of the story was like the budding of an orchid, one bloom opening at a time, revealing the beauty yet with the promise of more to come. I'm so glad the author continued Leland's story and allowed there to be such healing for him.

  22. 4 out of 5

    InD'tale Magazine

    4.5/5.0 In “Carve Me a Melody”, Ms. Christensen creates an authentic picture of America as it was immediately after WWII. Read full review in the 2018 April issue of InD'tale Magazine. 4.5/5.0 In “Carve Me a Melody”, Ms. Christensen creates an authentic picture of America as it was immediately after WWII. Read full review in the 2018 April issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Review I liked this book, wish I had read the first one before it. Have me a little more insight into rationing and Japanese relationships during the War. Glad Sophie and Leland finally opened their hearts to each other.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Emily F - Seriously Sweet Reads

    Multilayered and Poignant I really enjoyed the continuation of the stories from the Soldier's Bride. I liked that the protagonist's choice wasn't super clear cut, that she had to struggle and work things out. Sweet and clean, although there are some mentions of difficult topics. Multilayered and Poignant I really enjoyed the continuation of the stories from the Soldier's Bride. I liked that the protagonist's choice wasn't super clear cut, that she had to struggle and work things out. Sweet and clean, although there are some mentions of difficult topics.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lydia

    Beautifully written, with a deep and moving story line. I would highly suggest reading the first in the series as the characters in this novel were previously introduced. The only flaw was wishing that Sophie could have figured out the right man for in a quicker less painful way.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Dyer

    A sweet story of romance and rising above disappointments. The characters were very real in that they faced real challenges and heartache and were able to heal and help others.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Caroline Liedtke

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    Mercedes

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emily F - Seriously Sweet Reads

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