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    Loved it!

    This is the third and final book in the Where the Heart Is series. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books, and I wasn't disappointed in this one. It can be read as a standalone, but I certainly recommend reading the first two books in the series for further backgrounds on the characters and because they are good ones. I thoroughly enjoyed following Jess and Luke's story and seeing how God worked in their lives to bring them together in spite of the family situations each of them faced. This is another one from this author that I didn't want to put down after I started it because I was kept wondering what could happen next. The title is definitely a fitting title for the them of this heartwarming and inspiring story. It is another wonderful read from this author that I definitely recommend.
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    Chocolate + Flowers = Romance. Or does it?

    Planting Hope is a lovely wrap-up to the Where the Heart Is series. The strength, or lack thereof, of a family unit has a profound impact on all of its members. Brenda Anderson expertly illustrates that in this story, and all of her books, as she deal honestly with the idiosyncrasies of families - the good, bad, and ugly. The Beaumont family seems to have it all - looks, talent, money. But when her parents separate, Jess Beaumont is stunned. Perhaps it wasn't the perfect marriage, but divorce? The thought launches her into action to save their marriage and keep the family together. Flowers, chocolate, romance - it's the perfect plan. But when things go awry, that plan requires help from Luke Harrison, the new candy store owner. She doesn't trust him or his property-grabbing family business that seems to own half of Duluth. Her plan is all about love and commitment. What would he know about that? Planting Hope is all about that - the hope God plants deep in our hearts, and the lengths we'll go to for those we love. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in this series, and book 3, Planting Hope, does not disappoint. I'm grateful for authors like Brenda who write about the importance of family, the good and bad of relationships, and the solid foundation of faith that upholds us through dark times.
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