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With the millions she received after divorcing her faithless tycoon husband, Bernadine Brown saved the historic town of Henry Adams, Kansas, from financial ruin and found loving homes for five needy children. Now there are other "projects" crying out for rescue.
If ever a town institution needed rescuing, it's the beloved Dog and Cow diner. Once it was Henry Adams's social center—or gossip central!—now it's in danger of becoming duct-tape central. But there are other distractions pulling Bernadine from the task at hand: a plethora of romantic entanglements, including her own with a disturbingly attractive Malachi July; a bitter young boy newly arrived in town with his widowed father; and a fugitive on the run with a six-hundred-pound pet pig that's wanted for murder (the pig, that is). And when Bernadine's philandering, troublemaking ex-husband rolls into town looking for a second chance, life in Henry Adams gets very interesting indeed.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Beverly Jenkins is the author of twenty-five historical and contemporary novels, including three previous books in her beloved Blessings series. She has been featured in many national publications, such as the Wall Street Journal, People, the Dallas Morning News, and Vibe. She lives in Michigan.
This was the beginning of a good story that reels you in from the start. Couldn't wait to see what happen next in the book of the series.Published 4 days ago by walle004
This little town Henry Adams, is really beginning to come to life. And the people are learning a lot about growing in life's lessons about caring and forgiveness. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C J
The Blessing series are really good!! I'd already read the series, and let my mom read them. She went through all six books very quickly.Published 2 months ago by Jill Scott
The rating of four is to allow all of us room to grow. A Second Helping, gives us readers a look at how family and Community can still come together to help each other with our... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gwendolyn Crestview,Florida
I am enjoying her series . Well written story that pulls the audience into the lives of the characters.Published 4 months ago by kim hypolite
The book was good but slow. I like how it was centered around a town where the people were very close like family.Published 4 months ago by Nicole Ingram