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    It's a sweet life!

    Willow’s Way is the second in Sharon Struth’s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so unworthy and unattractive. Going to England to check out the house she has inherited, and possibly get some answers about relatives she knows nothing about, seems like her last hope to regain some control over her life. Owen Hughes is also instantly likeable. Handsome, charming, gentlemanly, but also a sadness there. He’s never been enough for his father, he is now a single parent, and he, too, is struggling. But he has a big heart and a caring soul. Jilly is more than instantly likeable. She’s adorable. What a delightful child. You want to hug her, and Henry too! It’s a sweet story, with such beautiful descriptions of the countryside that you feel you are there, uncovering the past layer by layer and watching Willow and Owen get more and more comfortable with each other but always aware of the obstacles. The supporting cast of characters make Willow feel she has come home. But can she stay? Her walk of The Cotswolds is a journey of discovery for her, making her strong and happy, but also sad and needing to make some tough decisions. This was my first book by Sharon Struth, but it won’t be my last. A very enjoyable read, good writing, a believable story with appealing characters and a breathtaking location. I highly recommend it. I received a copy of the book from Goodreads.

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