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  • Full of emotion!

    A Life Without Flowers is the continuation of Carol Denham's story and is the second book in the series. It was quite the journey and I do feel it's important to have read A Life Without Water as well so you have the backstory. Carol is at a crossroads in her life and she has decided it is time to try to mend her relationship with her mother. She heads to Florida where her Mom, Judith, now lives with her Aunt Ellen. Carol knows that this is going to be a challenging time as it seems that Carol has never been able to live up to her parents expectations and she and her Mom always seem to push one another's buttons. With her father having been gone for a few years, Carol wants to try to understand where the disconnect has always been with her parents so she can continue moving forward towards the peace she craves. Carol, Judith and Ellen set out on a journey to say goodbye to Katie, Carol's daughter who passed more than twenty years earlier, as they scatter her ashes in places she would have loved, the question is will this family come out of this stronger or will the divide be even greater when they are done? This book gives you the full range of emotions - happiness, sadness, anger, honesty, forgiveness and empathy. I enjoy following Carol's journey and she's come so far in these two books and I'm looking forward to what lies next for her next.

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  • Absolutely loved it

    What a beautiful written book. This is the second in the series and can hardly wait until the third one comes out. Carol’s journey is heartwarming and it gives a whole range of emotions.

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  • Kleenex required!

    The second book in the series. Sad and heartwarming.

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