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    Sweet, sentimental small-town story

    Walking Among the Cherry Trees is a compelling, well-paced romance by H. D'Agostino. It's a sweet, heartfelt second-chance story about former flames Morgan and Taylor. Overall, I found the story to be well-executed and enjoyable. This was definitely an easy read and the characters and story hooked me quickly. Because I'm extremely cerebral and detail-oriented, some of the flashback timeline of events became slightly distracting (to me at least), but it wasn't enough of an issue to detract me from devouring the book. Also, I think the present-day storyline could have benefited from more fleshed-out flashbacks. More details in the flashbacks may have increased the emotional impact of the present day and helped to eliminate questions that readers may still have after a major plot line is revealed. Personally, I would have liked there to have been something more left for Morgan from her grandmother, Virginia, as I'm still unsure as to why Virginia played the role she did in Morgan's deception. But ultimately, none of this takes away from the fact the Walking Among the Cherry Trees is a beautiful, emotional triumph that has me anticipating and anxiously awaiting its follow-up.

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