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The Blossom Sisters Hardcover – April 30, 2013
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What I like about this book is it's about a male. He was married, and now she's taken everything from him in the divorce.
He relies on his friend and he comes through for him many times over. He attempts to have his grandmother help him but she and his aunts want no part of him. He had chosen his wife over them.
He has to prove himself now to them. Love the work they do at the farm and who the workers are-so refreshing to learn of their career choices.
They do allow Gus to help them in their endeavor and he is on probation. Lots of lawyers and PI's and surveillance from both sides to see who will get what in the settlement.
Lots of secrets up in the attic and things fall apart even more. Everything falls into place to solve the mysteries...
Easy to keep track of the characters and I can't wait for another in the series so I can catch up with them further.
Gus Hollister has lived with his spunky grandmother, Rose since his parents who did not want to take care of a child abandoned him.
His years growing up on the farm were full of fun and happiness thanks to Grandma Rose and her two twin sisters Iris and Violet.
When Gus falls head over heels for Elaine he finds himself alone and abandoned by his only family, as they want no part of the "gold digger."
Being young and in love (or so he is led to believe by his conniving wife he feels that is all he needs in life).
Suddenly his world is about to crumble when Elaine decides she wants a divorce and because he listened to "his heart" and not his mind he had included her on the deed to his beautiful and expensive house, which his grandmother had purchased for him.
A battle is about to begin and even his childhood best friend Barney had advised him to not marry Elaine but again he listened to nobody and is now about to pay the price.
A bitter divorce is in the process and when he tries to confront his
"family" he is turned away which is breaking his Grandmother and Aunts hearts but he is going to learn a lesson even if it is the hard way.
Once you start this book you won't be able to put it down, as the characters are so real you will feel compassion for what Gus has to do to be forgiven by his family. Only, a great storyteller like Ms. Michaels could write this heartwarming story.
A big disappointment.
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