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- Print Length: 254 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500985074
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 27, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00N3XVCGM
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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While waiting for nonexistent customers, her neighbor, Grandpa Sam comes in wearing a bear costume. When Stacey discovers who it is, she feels like she has found a "Beary Godfather" who will help her make her part of the park more successful. It doesn't hurt that his grandson, Henry, was her best friend growing up, and the one she has always cared about especially after her parents dying in the tornado ten years ago. But Henry has his own complications-and holds back from Stacey his involvement in the park, and her life.
This is a sweet story with some sad parts (Addie has Alzheimer's), some scary parts (tornados and wild bison), some maddening parts (Lorraine), and some parts that just make your heart fill with happiness (too many to count, but especially Henry and Stacey and George's final scene). It is the kind of book that stays with you long after the last page is read, and you keep remembering things and smiling.
Author Terri Reid, is a successful writer of the Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery series, and is what I think of as a gentle soul. However this book is totally different from Mary O'Reilly's stories, without any ghosts or paranormal activity. I can't recommend it enough for readers of all ages who like stories about love for families as well as that special person with whom to share their life.
One of my favorite bits because I could really picture it:
""You can't strong-arm me anymore, Henry Guthrie," she screamed, and kicked him in the leg."