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  • Love heals all

    How many of us have left home and avoided ever returning? That’s exactly what Sadie Way Scott did right after she died and was brought back to life. She couldn’t find anywhere else she wanted to be than Sugarberry Cove, but yet she couldn’t face home. That is until her Mother had a heart attack and she went home to help her sister care for their Mother. Maybe it was being home and answering the call of Sugarberry Cove, maybe it was spending time with family and friends, or maybe, just maybe, it was facing the lake she drowned in and figuring out why she was alive. Either way, Sadie has some serious thinking to do and the family has some healing to do. Will love heal this time? I’ve been a fan of Heather Webber’s for a long time. I really enjoyed her cozy mystery series and I love her novels as well. She is a gifted and talented writer that speaks to the heart and makes the characters real. I truly enjoyed this one and look forward to more from the author.

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  • A spellbinding tale!

    The Lights of Sugarberry Cove by Heather Webber is a story about family, hope, choices, expectations, disappointments, and magic. I thought The Lights of Sugarberry Cove was well-written with vivid descriptions. The authors word depictions transport you to Sugarberry Cove. The characters are realistic and developed. They will remind you of your family members and friends. The story is told from Sadie and Leala’s point-of-view. They are sisters who used to be close but grew apart after Sadie’s fall into the lake. Eight years prior when Sadie was eighteen, she tripped, hit her head, and ended up falling into Lake Laurel. It was ten minutes before Sadie resurfaced forever changed. I like that we see events from each sister’s perspective. Their mother has a heart attack which has both sisters returning to Sugarberry Cove to help her. The weekend turns out to be a revelation for Sadie, Leala, their mother, and their guests. You can feel the emotions coming through the pages. Readers can relate to what the characters are experiencing because who of us has not dealt with heartbreak, concerns about a marriage, the loss of a dream, or feeling hopeless. It is the magic that sets this book apart. Imagine that you live near a lake where a lady will grant wishes on a certain day in August. Her magic weaves into the lives of those who live near the lake. But she does not grant just any wish. It really gets your imagination working. There are good life lessons included with my favorite being that our lives do not always turn out the way we thought they would. Events happen beyond our control. We need to find a way to move forward and find joy. My favorite phrase from the book is, “Everyone bears scars, inside and out. And behind every single one of those healed wounds is a story of strength and resilience and recovery. My scar is simply part of me, part of my story.” The Lights of Sugarberry Cove is a novel that is not be rushed. You will want to sit and cherish this story until the very last page (make sure that you will have uninterrupted reading time with a cool beverage and plenty of chocolate nearby). The Lights of Sugarberry Cove is my favorite book by Heather Webber. I am looking forward to her next spellbinding tale. The Lights of Sugarberry Cove is an enchanting story with a lady in the lake, haunting hair, rampant renovations, a mulish mother, a lost love, a cute canine, and lighted lanterns.

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  • Delightful

    I love Midnight at The Blackbird Cafe & The Buttonwood Tree. I adored this book too. Beautiful writing, fascinating story & another joy to read. The stories have such deep & fascinating characters. A little fantasy & a lot of heart. Thank you to an amazing author !

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