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July 1944. Chicago nurse Clara Janacek has spent her whole life taking care of other people. Grumpy yet loveable, all she wants now is to live out her life in peace, tending her roses and protecting her heart. But beneath the gruff exterior lies a story, and when new neighbors move in and shake up her quiet world, Clara must grapple with long-buried realities. July 1915. T July 1944. Chicago nurse Clara Janacek has spent her whole life taking care of other people. Grumpy yet loveable, all she wants now is to live out her life in peace, tending her roses and protecting her heart. But beneath the gruff exterior lies a story, and when new neighbors move in and shake up her quiet world, Clara must grapple with long-buried realities. July 1915. The picnic across Lake Michigan was to be the highlight of the summer for young nurse Clara—a day filled with laughter, dancing, and budding romance aboard a stately excursion steamer. But when unspeakable tragedy strikes, Clara’s life is changed forever. By turns funny, tender, and bittersweet, The Rose Keeper celebrates the redemptive hope found in friendship, faith, and the search for belonging.


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July 1944. Chicago nurse Clara Janacek has spent her whole life taking care of other people. Grumpy yet loveable, all she wants now is to live out her life in peace, tending her roses and protecting her heart. But beneath the gruff exterior lies a story, and when new neighbors move in and shake up her quiet world, Clara must grapple with long-buried realities. July 1915. T July 1944. Chicago nurse Clara Janacek has spent her whole life taking care of other people. Grumpy yet loveable, all she wants now is to live out her life in peace, tending her roses and protecting her heart. But beneath the gruff exterior lies a story, and when new neighbors move in and shake up her quiet world, Clara must grapple with long-buried realities. July 1915. The picnic across Lake Michigan was to be the highlight of the summer for young nurse Clara—a day filled with laughter, dancing, and budding romance aboard a stately excursion steamer. But when unspeakable tragedy strikes, Clara’s life is changed forever. By turns funny, tender, and bittersweet, The Rose Keeper celebrates the redemptive hope found in friendship, faith, and the search for belonging.

47 review for The Rose Keeper

  1. 4 out of 5

    Deanne Patterson

    The Rose Keeper is the second book in the Windy City Hearts series. This is such a beautiful story, it really gets to the heart. A young woman after thirty years is still affected by a great tragedy, she is a shadow of her former self because of it. All Rose wants to do is live her life out in peace and tend to her roses. When new neighbors move in it shakes things up and her life takes a major turn. She hopes to avoid these neighbors but it's not possible. These neighbors help her to face her past,f The Rose Keeper is the second book in the Windy City Hearts series. This is such a beautiful story, it really gets to the heart. A young woman after thirty years is still affected by a great tragedy, she is a shadow of her former self because of it. All Rose wants to do is live her life out in peace and tend to her roses. When new neighbors move in it shakes things up and her life takes a major turn. She hopes to avoid these neighbors but it's not possible. These neighbors help her to face her past,find healing and unexpected friendships. Highly recommended. Published March 15th 2021 by Mountain Majesty Media I was given a complimentary copy of this book. Thank you. All opinions expressed are my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Meagan

    Sooo I literally just discovered, as I started my review, this is the second book in a series. Dang it! I did it again, haha. That being said, I think it speaks to Leo's talents as an author; I never would have known that previous books existed. I never felt like I missed anything plot- or character-wise. Hooray! (EDIT: I emailed the author about it, and she graciously confirmed they're essentially standalone and can be read in any order--not tied by character or story, but "the theme of hardworki Sooo I literally just discovered, as I started my review, this is the second book in a series. Dang it! I did it again, haha. That being said, I think it speaks to Leo's talents as an author; I never would have known that previous books existed. I never felt like I missed anything plot- or character-wise. Hooray! (EDIT: I emailed the author about it, and she graciously confirmed they're essentially standalone and can be read in any order--not tied by character or story, but "the theme of hardworking Chicago women learning to lean on the Lord." LOVE.) I've only ever read one other book by Jennifer Lamont Leo--You're the Cream in My Coffee--and loved it. With this second read, I do believe I have an up-and-coming favorite author, especially for early- to mid-20th-century reads. I've kind of been on a Chicago kick of late, too; a number of movies I've watched were set there. So, all of that just pointed to a total Baader Meinhof phenomenon. Character development was fascinating; I loved how the romance was definitely there but not the primary focus--a secondary plot, if you will. The primary plot, pure friendship between generations, was frankly a refreshing detour from other books I've read lately. (I get in a rut sometimes.) And man ... some of the twists and turns! I never saw them coming! I also loved how rooted in history the book was. I'd never heard of the Eastland sinking, and learned so much just from this read. (So sad! #weep) Books incorporating (especially lesser-known) historical events make me go all heart-eyes. Most excellent read. I'm sure looking forward to more by the author! I received an eARC of the book from the author. All opinions are my own.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Bravo! This is my favorite book by this author to date. In my humble opinion, she keeps getting better and better. While this is a second book in the series, each can be read as a standalone. Ms. Leo writes a poignant story of loss and regret that has haunted a woman for her whole adult life. I felt a keen sense of empathy for Clara and how a major tragedy in Chicago's past affected her. After 30 years, the arrival of new neighbors seems to be the catalyst for Clara to face the past and overcome Bravo! This is my favorite book by this author to date. In my humble opinion, she keeps getting better and better. While this is a second book in the series, each can be read as a standalone. Ms. Leo writes a poignant story of loss and regret that has haunted a woman for her whole adult life. I felt a keen sense of empathy for Clara and how a major tragedy in Chicago's past affected her. After 30 years, the arrival of new neighbors seems to be the catalyst for Clara to face the past and overcome its shadow.This is a wonderful story of healing and the unexpected friendships and families we make. This book checked off a lot of boxes for me. I found the plot to be original. With an obvious love for the setting, Ms. Leo skillful pen brought to life a historical event with which I was unfamiliar. With a very subtle faith thread, one woman's journey of faith allows her to open her heart to others. Highly recommend for fans of historical fiction! I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author/publisher and was not required to write a review. All opinions expressed are my own.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brittany Searfoss

    Nurse Clara Janacek has known nothing but grief and loneliness for most of her life. In 1915, in Cicero, Illinois, Clara's younger sister Aneta is the family favorite and loved by her friends and suitors, but Clara is often left in the background, working hard as a nurse and trying to keep everyone around her happy. One day, a horrible tragedy changes everything. Thirty years later, in the midst of World War II, she is still dealing with the aftermath when she gets new neighbors, Laurie Lucas an Nurse Clara Janacek has known nothing but grief and loneliness for most of her life. In 1915, in Cicero, Illinois, Clara's younger sister Aneta is the family favorite and loved by her friends and suitors, but Clara is often left in the background, working hard as a nurse and trying to keep everyone around her happy. One day, a horrible tragedy changes everything. Thirty years later, in the midst of World War II, she is still dealing with the aftermath when she gets new neighbors, Laurie Lucas and her daughter Rosalie. The Lucas girls help bring Clara out of her shell after a rocky start, and ultimately they all learn valuable lessons as they help each other through a dark time. I loved this book so much that it's hard to put into words. The plot, characters, and descriptions were so realistic and detailed that I felt like I was actually there watching everything unfold. I never knew about the Eastland disaster before now, and it was fascinating and heartbreaking to learn about this terrible tragedy. I was inspired to do a little research on my own as I read. It was easy to sympathize with the characters and become emotionally involved in the story. I particularly sympathized with Clara and her loneliness. I definitely teared up a few times while reading and I was encouraged by the book's ultimate theme of God's love and faithfulness in times of distress and grief. I highly recommend this book and the previous book in the series, and I am looking forward to reading more from this author. I received a free copy of this book from the author. A positive review was not required, and all opinions expressed are entirely my own.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Naomi Musch

    I loved this beautiful story. The author captures the heart of an introverted woman who, after 30 years, is still trapped in the shadow of a great tragedy--an historical event that I don't recall learning about before, yet it was huge. There was the risk of the heroine coming off as unlikeable, but as her back story is revealed, the reader is pulled sympathetically into her character. The resolution is so sweetly moving. I can't recommend this book enough. It immediately launched onto my list of I loved this beautiful story. The author captures the heart of an introverted woman who, after 30 years, is still trapped in the shadow of a great tragedy--an historical event that I don't recall learning about before, yet it was huge. There was the risk of the heroine coming off as unlikeable, but as her back story is revealed, the reader is pulled sympathetically into her character. The resolution is so sweetly moving. I can't recommend this book enough. It immediately launched onto my list of favorites so far this year.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Stoeckel

    You need to come out of your shell once in a while.”“I like my shell.” This a lovely story about love and loss, the loss of faith and how much things change when you are confronted with something that you just can't ignore. Author Leo challenges her character s to come out if their shells in new ways to move forward. A fascinating read. Highly recommended 5/5 [Disclaimer: I received this book from the author and voluntarily read and reviewed it] You need to come out of your shell once in a while.”“I like my shell.” This a lovely story about love and loss, the loss of faith and how much things change when you are confronted with something that you just can't ignore. Author Leo challenges her character s to come out if their shells in new ways to move forward. A fascinating read. Highly recommended 5/5 [Disclaimer: I received this book from the author and voluntarily read and reviewed it]

  7. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Heartwarming story of love and forgiveness and letting go of the past. Very well written with wonderful characters. I've read all of this authors books and I believe she gets better with every one. I received an arc of this book for which I'm very grateful. Heartwarming story of love and forgiveness and letting go of the past. Very well written with wonderful characters. I've read all of this authors books and I believe she gets better with every one. I received an arc of this book for which I'm very grateful.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Barb

    A sweet, captivating story of healing wounds and releasing burdens 3 decades old. Great secondary characters too. Highly recommended. (ARC received from author)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    A beautiful and sad book at times. Takes place in 1944. Ex nurse Clara, just wants quiet, not being such a social person. Doesn’t seem to want to happen. Takes you through her life. Loved it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    The Rose Keeper is the story of Clara, when she is a nurse in 1944 and when she first emerged from nursing school in 1915. The story is set in Cicero, Illinois, a city outside of Chicago. Clara was always the dutiful daughter who before she knew it had become middle-aged and never married. Her life-of-the-party sister, Aneta, died in the tragic boat accident on the Eastland, and Clara's mom and dad are never the same. Clara cares for her parents until they both pass. Clara thinks her life is jus The Rose Keeper is the story of Clara, when she is a nurse in 1944 and when she first emerged from nursing school in 1915. The story is set in Cicero, Illinois, a city outside of Chicago. Clara was always the dutiful daughter who before she knew it had become middle-aged and never married. Her life-of-the-party sister, Aneta, died in the tragic boat accident on the Eastland, and Clara's mom and dad are never the same. Clara cares for her parents until they both pass. Clara thinks her life is just fine with her landlord living in the flat above her but when the basement apartment becomes vacant, a young woman and her daughter move in. Clara is not used to so much activity in the flat below her and she is rather annoyed. But eventually she learns that she should give up her stuffy ways and look at the world in a new way. We learn about Clara's life as she tells the young woman and her daughter about her life. The young woman encourages Clara to read the Bible, for Clara's family had not been religious. I loved the twist in the story that I did not see coming! I truly enjoyed that The Rose Keeper is set in the Chicago area as well, because I can picture the street and the flat that Clara lived in. I felt transported back to both eras of the book with the descriptions Jennifer Lamont Leo used and with the current events she incorporated into the book. This is a very enjoyable book it you enjoy history and being transported back in time.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Keren Herrera-Lyles

    This is the first story I have the pleasure to read from Author Jennifer Leo. In this story "The Rose Keeper" we meet Clara being a nurse in 1914 set in Chicago in the WWII era. She adores her roses. She is taking care of her parents. After 30 yrs of feeling ok with not being married and her parents not with her any more she is still a nurse ok with just the landlord who lives above her. That is when a young mom and her daughter move to the building and Clara has to embrace the noise that she is This is the first story I have the pleasure to read from Author Jennifer Leo. In this story "The Rose Keeper" we meet Clara being a nurse in 1914 set in Chicago in the WWII era. She adores her roses. She is taking care of her parents. After 30 yrs of feeling ok with not being married and her parents not with her any more she is still a nurse ok with just the landlord who lives above her. That is when a young mom and her daughter move to the building and Clara has to embrace the noise that she is not used to and let go of her family's past to move forward. Is a story of family, loss, love and Faith. And learning to forgive the past to move forward from the comfort shell zone that she has put herself in and become the strong person she can be. Along with the strength of friendship. Is a story that was well written and all the historical descriptions along with the story line formed this unique story of the strength women have inside and the power they have when they join together to overcome the strong pulls that their pasts and events in life have. A story of historical readers to enjoy as well as anyone else that loves and enjoys a great strong main characters and story. I received a complimentary ARC of the story for my own personal opinion. This is my own view.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Fraleigh

    I loved this story. Actually there are several stories wrapped around each other. Clara Janacek is a nurse hoping to be promoted to head nurse. She follows the rules and expects others to do the same. She lives in the upper floor of a house, and Jerry Stevenson the landlord lives in the main floor. There is a basement apartment which Jerry has rented to a mother and her daughter (whose husband and father is overseas serving during the war). The mother and daughter have just moved to the area. Clara a I loved this story. Actually there are several stories wrapped around each other. Clara Janacek is a nurse hoping to be promoted to head nurse. She follows the rules and expects others to do the same. She lives in the upper floor of a house, and Jerry Stevenson the landlord lives in the main floor. There is a basement apartment which Jerry has rented to a mother and her daughter (whose husband and father is overseas serving during the war). The mother and daughter have just moved to the area. Clara and Jerry are friends and enjoy each other's company. Clara is not too sure of these new tenants. Clara keeps to herself. She has not had the best of life but has thrown herself in her work as a nurse. She works the nights shifts and sleeps during the day. When the new tenants arrive they get off on the wrong foot. Rosalie (the daughter) steps on Clara's flowers. Rosalie's mother is Laurie Lucas. This is a very long book but worth every word. All the characters in the story pass through each other's life and they become an extended family. Many lessons are learned, tears are shed but love wins in the end. After I read this book I realized that is was #2 in the series Windy City Hearts - I have to go find the first book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Historical fiction based on actual events is the best kind of fiction in my book. In The Rose Keeper, Jennifer Lamont Leo tells a story based on an event which has similarities to the sinking of the Titanic. In The Rose Keeper the story is about a boat full of passengers on the way to a company picnic when it sank in Lake Michigan. Leo uses flashbacks via memories and storytelling to tell her story. One portion of the story is set during World War II, the flashback portion is set in 1915. Clara Historical fiction based on actual events is the best kind of fiction in my book. In The Rose Keeper, Jennifer Lamont Leo tells a story based on an event which has similarities to the sinking of the Titanic. In The Rose Keeper the story is about a boat full of passengers on the way to a company picnic when it sank in Lake Michigan. Leo uses flashbacks via memories and storytelling to tell her story. One portion of the story is set during World War II, the flashback portion is set in 1915. Clara is the main character in the story, in 1915 she was a nurse just starting out, living at home with little prospect for a husband. In the 1940’s portion of the story, she is a nurse at the same hospital living a somewhat lonely existence when not at work. Clara’s story unfolds as her heart opens to the people who have come into her life. There are a few surprises in the story. Will you figure them out before the characters in the story do? The Rose Keeper is an adult historical fiction novel, however there is nothing that would prevent it from being included in a K-12 Christian school library. High schoolers with an interest in life during World War II may find the book of interest. I received a complimentary copy of The Rose Keeper. This is my honest review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aurora

    The arrival of a young mother and her 9 year old daughter as tenants in the basement apartment of a triplex they have shared for years turns the lives of a widower and a spinster nurse upside down and helps them to discover that family isn't always blood in this WWII home-fires story set in Cicero Illinois. I loved the way Jennifer Lamont Leo slowly reveals the tragic history of the Eastland accident and uses the characters of Laurie and young Rosalee to chip away at the hardened crust of grief, The arrival of a young mother and her 9 year old daughter as tenants in the basement apartment of a triplex they have shared for years turns the lives of a widower and a spinster nurse upside down and helps them to discover that family isn't always blood in this WWII home-fires story set in Cicero Illinois. I loved the way Jennifer Lamont Leo slowly reveals the tragic history of the Eastland accident and uses the characters of Laurie and young Rosalee to chip away at the hardened crust of grief, guilt and regret that have kept the competent but distant Clara Janecek hiding from her own life for decades. The book is a bit heavy-handed in its religious themes but the faith of the believers is handled in a gentle and positive way and Clara's acceptance of her housemates faith is gradual, unforced and entirely plausible. If you enjoy modern (20th century) American history and family values stories with a happy ending, I think you'll love this story as much as I did.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Fallon

    Clara kept to herself. She didn't let anyone in. She prided herself for being a good nurse and she loved her roses. Everything else she kept at a distance. But was it enough? Clara's quiet existence was about to change. A new tenant has moved in the apartment building. And she had a young daughter! A lovely story about Clara and how she "bloomed" and grew after Laurie and Rosalie moved in. Clare's story was quite touching. The relationship Clara shared with Laurie and her daughter, Rosalie, impact Clara kept to herself. She didn't let anyone in. She prided herself for being a good nurse and she loved her roses. Everything else she kept at a distance. But was it enough? Clara's quiet existence was about to change. A new tenant has moved in the apartment building. And she had a young daughter! A lovely story about Clara and how she "bloomed" and grew after Laurie and Rosalie moved in. Clare's story was quite touching. The relationship Clara shared with Laurie and her daughter, Rosalie, impacted the way Clara saw the world. With this change, Clara opened her heart to others and with GOD. What an impact this made in not only Clare's life but with so many others. I received this book from the author, Jennifer Lamont Leo, to give a honest review. Thank you as this story touched me as well. I highly recommend that you pick up a copy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    If you enjoy historical fiction that deals with real life events and that has a faith element to it then you will probably love this book. I really enjoyed the characters and how both characters point of views were written in different chapters. I also enjoyed the little bit of split time that the author threw in as Clara remembered her younger days. This book takes place just at the tail end of World War II and the journey the characters go on as they deal with that was just so enjoyable to rea If you enjoy historical fiction that deals with real life events and that has a faith element to it then you will probably love this book. I really enjoyed the characters and how both characters point of views were written in different chapters. I also enjoyed the little bit of split time that the author threw in as Clara remembered her younger days. This book takes place just at the tail end of World War II and the journey the characters go on as they deal with that was just so enjoyable to read. I highly recommend this book and others by this author as she has a really good writing voice.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Set in 1944, Clara Janacek is a nurse on the night shift. Some think she is aloof and off-putting, but when a young woman moves into the basement apartment with her child, she brings about changes in Clara and we get glimpses of a remembered tragedy. This story took me through myriad emotions as I read. I enjoyed this story as we get to see changes in Clara's relationships and faith. I like when a character learns and grows from friendships and love. I would highly recommend it. I received this Set in 1944, Clara Janacek is a nurse on the night shift. Some think she is aloof and off-putting, but when a young woman moves into the basement apartment with her child, she brings about changes in Clara and we get glimpses of a remembered tragedy. This story took me through myriad emotions as I read. I enjoyed this story as we get to see changes in Clara's relationships and faith. I like when a character learns and grows from friendships and love. I would highly recommend it. I received this book as an ARC and this is my honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Janet Graham

    Heart Warming Women's Fiction This wonderful book follows a woman's life in 2 timelines. First as a teen in pre-WWI, and then later in life during WWII. The story encompasses romance, duty, and social norms. The plot is so riveting that it is hard to put the book down. The characters could be your own family members telling their stories for you. As always, the author's research is impeccable. I can't wait to read her next story. Heart Warming Women's Fiction This wonderful book follows a woman's life in 2 timelines. First as a teen in pre-WWI, and then later in life during WWII. The story encompasses romance, duty, and social norms. The plot is so riveting that it is hard to put the book down. The characters could be your own family members telling their stories for you. As always, the author's research is impeccable. I can't wait to read her next story.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I didn't realize this was #2 in a series before I started it, but really it functions as a standalone book. Clara is very by-the-book in her career as a nurse. She's not out to make friends. She just wants to do what she needs to do. Then Laurie and her daughter move into the apartment below Clara and her life is flipped on it's side as she realizes that there is more to life than work. There is a religious theme throughout the book as well. I didn't realize this was #2 in a series before I started it, but really it functions as a standalone book. Clara is very by-the-book in her career as a nurse. She's not out to make friends. She just wants to do what she needs to do. Then Laurie and her daughter move into the apartment below Clara and her life is flipped on it's side as she realizes that there is more to life than work. There is a religious theme throughout the book as well.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    July 1915 changed young nurse Clara Janacek's life forever. It haunts her and she has trouble letting it go. As her her life goes on, all she wants is a quiet life. A life as a nurse. A life caring for her roses and yard. A young mother and her little girl move in to her apartment building. They slowly help her open up and heal. This is a kind, loving story. I reccomend it! July 1915 changed young nurse Clara Janacek's life forever. It haunts her and she has trouble letting it go. As her her life goes on, all she wants is a quiet life. A life as a nurse. A life caring for her roses and yard. A young mother and her little girl move in to her apartment building. They slowly help her open up and heal. This is a kind, loving story. I reccomend it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    This book was absolutely wonderful! It's a well written story about letting go of past hurts and forgiveness. Even though this is book two of the Windy City Hearts series, it reads as a stand-alone. I highly recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy and all opinions expressed are my own. This book was absolutely wonderful! It's a well written story about letting go of past hurts and forgiveness. Even though this is book two of the Windy City Hearts series, it reads as a stand-alone. I highly recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy and all opinions expressed are my own.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Margaret

    The reader is transported back in time. Enjoy this heart felt story ( heart healing story) of love and lost, love and forgiveness, and letting go of the past. This descriptive writing style, and real relatable characters will transport you into the story, so you become part of the healing process, and the love and understanding of lthe main characters life. Read and enjoy!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    What a delightful story, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I don’t often read historical novels but this has definitely changed my mind. It was well written with a surprise ending. I look forward to reading more of Jennifer’s books. I received an arc copy from the author and thank her so much for the honor! This is my honest review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    This is a wonderful book. I had moments of putting it down to absorb what I had just read and immediately picking it up to read more. I loved the characters. Reading this book was like being there and experiencing the story myself. I received a copy from the author in a Goodreads giveaway. This review is my honest opinion of the book. I loved it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    A good book. Even though I was given a copy of this book by the author, it in no way influenced my opinion and this is my honest review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    Leo’s characters are so real, and I loved meeting all of them in this book ! I appreciate that this story taught me a piece of history that I did not know, and what a tragedy it was. The writing is a breath of fresh air, and the twist at the end was perfectly done. At first I thought the story would involve roses in a more literal sense ( like more gardening scenes and details about the flower itself) , but having finished the book I realize that “roses” were revealed in several ways. I won’t gi Leo’s characters are so real, and I loved meeting all of them in this book ! I appreciate that this story taught me a piece of history that I did not know, and what a tragedy it was. The writing is a breath of fresh air, and the twist at the end was perfectly done. At first I thought the story would involve roses in a more literal sense ( like more gardening scenes and details about the flower itself) , but having finished the book I realize that “roses” were revealed in several ways. I won’t give away the details.sshhh

  27. 4 out of 5

    Susan Hamann

  28. 4 out of 5

    Brandi Cotrupe

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

  30. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Moore

  31. 5 out of 5

    Sam Miller

  32. 4 out of 5

    Gene

  33. 4 out of 5

    Kenzie

  34. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

  35. 4 out of 5

    Susan Hamann

  36. 5 out of 5

    sydney elaine

  37. 5 out of 5

    Naomi

  38. 5 out of 5

    April Mahlbacher

  39. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

  40. 4 out of 5

    Deon

  41. 5 out of 5

    Angela DeSilva

  42. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Mau

  43. 5 out of 5

    Vivian

  44. 5 out of 5

    Sara

  45. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  46. 5 out of 5

    Patty

  47. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Wheeler

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