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  • A wonderful story about love, loss and family!

    If I could give The Secret Life of Sunflowers 10 stars I would! I do not say this lightly. Emsley Wilson is in a bad place in her young life. A failed relationship is always rough but when the ex is her current business partner and housemate along with his new girlfriend, it really makes for a challenging day! She had relocated to the west coast to start a business with him but when her beloved grandmother who is in failing health needs her she jumps on a plane to the east coast at a moment's notice. The relationship between Emsley and her grandmother was really wonderful and my heart really connected with Emsley as her life changed before her very eyes. As you read The Secret Life of Sunflowers you will come to find out that not all change is bad but sometimes just different. As Emsley goes through her grandmother's belongings she finds a diary of Johanna written over a century ago. This book is the story of two very different women's journeys into creating new futures for themselves after life's challenges changed what they thought their futures would be. I thoroughly enjoyed the chapters of a past lives in contrast to present life New York City. It was written from two points of view and was an uplifting story of love, loss and perseverance. A wonderful women's fiction story!

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  • Excellent, engrossing read.

    Loved this book! It delves into the stubborn, caring and dare I say, the early feminism of the sister-in-law, of Vincent Van Gogh. Who struggled with the terrible depression of her husband and brother in-law, the conditions of mental health care during those dark days. Then we spring forward to present day and Emsley, who has fallen into hard times and through the loss of her grandmother, finds strength and redemption in Johanna Bonger’s struggle. Excellent, engrossing read. Do not miss this one.

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  • The Secret life of Sunflowers

    What a beautiful, sad , funny and wonderful story. Joanna was amazing and so was Emsley. Lai Fai was a nice touch. I loved this story❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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