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    I'm a sucker for any book that has dogs within the

    Jenni and Millie are quite tight for a dog and her owner, but I can see where Millie was a great source of support and unconditional love for Jenni especially after she lost her father. But Millie has some up side to her, such as knowing what people are not good and Jenni really should avoid...of course like any person, she doesn't always make the right decisions. There are several men that enter Jenni's life and Millie has something to say (or bark) about them. She does not like Neil (and for good reason as you will find out later in the book) or Mark (he seems alright but lives too far away). Now she does like Scott - the substitute vet, but he has some issues of his own to work through. I enjoyed the language of this book. That may sound like a strange thing, but it is set in England and while they speak English some of the terminology is different than the English I speak in America. Thank goodness for the dictionary on my Oasis for a few of those words! I also enjoyed the descriptions of the towns and landscape, it sounded very picturesque and a place I wouldn't mind visiting. There are also ghosts in this book - but not the scary kind. There is the owner of the property that died, Cecilia, and her ghostly efforts to push Jenni towards her future (which she does successfully but that is all I am saying). There is also a dog ghost which seems very real to Jenni. The story tugged at my heartstrings nearer to the end when Millie is diagnosed with some health issues and the story that ensued after that. I am not ashamed to admit I was teary eyed because it reminded me of what I went through with one of my dogs not quite a year ago. A very enjoyable story with a little bit of everything within the pages.
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    Journey piece

    This is a very British book - think Bridget Jones' Diary - and that is going to be the perfect cup of tea for some readers.  But others not so much.  Let me explain  :) The entire book is from Jenni's perspective as she goes thru a pretty major change in her life.  She's single and has a habit apparently of kissing a few frogs, which she still does while at the same time learning a bit about herself.  There's a lot of self-discovery and growth for Jenni, as well as quite a bit of assuming and misunderstanding.  But she comes out the other side better off ... and with a HEA for herself.   Unfortunately, while we get a lot of her development and her missteps along the way, we don't actually get a lot of the romance aspect of her eventually finding Mr. Right.  While Mills delivers a great read, it isn't as much of a romance as some readers may like.   So.  If you are looking for a humorous, heartfelt journey piece with a happy ending then Under the Cherry Tree is definitely for you.  If you are looking for a more traditional love story, maybe come back here once you are in the mood for something a little different. *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***

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