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  • Sunflower Alley

    Each book about the Merriam's brings you closer into the family dynamics! Really feeling like a family friend! Worst part is finishing the book and having to wait till May for another one being released!! Enjoy

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  • Sunflower Alley

    Have loved this story as usual found it hard to put my ereader down

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  • Excellent

    Amazing, incredible, Devine...these books once I started reading I cannot put it down.

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  • Sunflower Alley, Great Story

    Book four in The Merriams series, that just gets better with each new story. I want to read the next book. This is Connor Merriam who has hit bottom after the death of his cousin Corey, who he blames himself for. He meets Louisa Evans and Boxer when he is sitting on a park bench drinking Jameson in the freezing snow. Louisa has understanding and enough love for everyone no matter what they do. Conner has to learn to not believe everything that happens is his fault. I enjoyed seeing this story come together. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Yes!

    If you have read the previous books in this series, you will know that Connor has had a rough time. It does stand alone so there's no need to read the previous ones but it does give more context. I felt for Connor. It hit me right in the heart. However, it seems fitting that he would meet Louisa at just the right time. This is a heartwarming story about moving forward. I couldn't put it down.

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