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Sweetbriar Cottage

sweetbriar cottage    Finding out their divorce was never finalized is not what Noah nor Josephine want to hear. They have not been on speaking terms and had hoped to keep it that way. Both want this very annoying mistake taken care of as soon as possible. And it should have this second time around, if not for the snowstorm of the decade that leaves them stranded together in Noah’s house. Stuck inside his house forces them to face each other, and the past they have been trying to walk away from makes its way into the present. Can they open up and finally heal their wounds or are they too deep?

Denise Hunter has written an exceptional story. A raw, gritty, real story. My heart ached for Josephine. I understood her on a very personal level. This story has a place in my heart now. It touches on subjects that are never fun but are heard about all too often these days. I cannot thank Ms. Hunter enough for sharing this story with us.

*I received this book free from Thomas Nelson and The Fiction Guild in exchange for my honest review. What I have shared are entirely my own thoughts. Also, I was not compensated in any monetary way.*

My star rating- *****

Parental Guidance- PG13 due to intense scenes and topic

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