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    The Lemon Orchard

    As with all of her books, this one is no exception. Lunne Rice knows how to grab a readers atention and hold it. This is another wonderful addition to my LR collection.
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    Marvelous novel about love, loss and living again

    In this haunting and beautiful novel, Luanne Rice explores love lost and found and learning to live again after the unspeakable tragedy of losing a child. On the surface, Julia had it all--stimulating study in her dream field of anthropology, a successful attorney for a husband, a close relationship with her intelligent and sensitive teenage daughter and a gorgeous New England home. But in the blink of an eye, Julia's world crashes down around her when her husband and daughter are killed in a car crash. Five years later, Julia still grieving, comes to Malibu to house-sit for her uncle. When she learns that Roberto, the orchard manager, lost his daughter Rosa when illegally crossing the desert to come to the US, she feels connected by their losses. Together, they plumb the depths of their loss and find their way forward, but can their lives merge, or are the paths they must walk meant to diverge? This inspiring novel puts a human face on an important social crisis, and will make you think about what it truly means to love and lose. This novel will fill your heart with hope, but your tissues ready for this one....

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