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    Lyrical and suspenseful southern fiction

    I enjoyed Gabriel's first novel, Seeking Sara Summers. The Secret Sense of Wildflower is quite a departure, or perhaps demonstrates the breadth of Gabriel's abilities. It also shows her depth, as the writing is very solid. The novel is set in 1940's Appalachia and is full of humor mixed in with a serious theme. Wildflower (her nickname) is a spunky teen whose beloved father died a year or so ago and she and her mother and three sisters forge their way without their man. A local boy, Johnny Monroe is one of those mountain cretins you don't want to meet (think Deliverance) and he and Wildflower have a dramatic encounter. I don't want to reveal the storyline, but I recommend this to those who are tired of badly written novels and want a lyrical, suspenseful story that is hard to forget.
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    Love this book

    Couldnt put this book down. Such sad and difficult experiences for such a young girl yet the support of family and the intricate dynamics of emotions and struggles faced by each member as they deal with these traedies make for a great read. Cant wait to read the sequel
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    The Secret sense of Wildflower

    I kept wondering - when is this story going to get better? the heroine of the story experiences so many hardships and tragedies you just want it to stop. A very sad story. I did not enjoy it.
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