Available: April 11, 2017
Thank you to NetGalley.com for the opportunity to read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.
The rest of the States may consider the South to all be Country, but there’s Southern and then there’s Southern Country. New Orleans is easy, that’s just Southern but this little town in Alabama - well that’s just Southern County and once that area takes a little piece of your heart, there’s no leaving it. Sara finally realizes what means home to her and that is what makes this book a cute, easy, delightful read.
The love story between Mags and William was straight out of The Notebook or The Bridges of Madison County – beautiful, touching, and obviously doomed. I only wish there was more as to why Mags never tried looking for William again..
What I didn’t love: I was disappointed that a home that has a major sub-plot as a full-face renovation had absolutely not one issue – cosmetically or structurally that would delay construction and it was complete in just 4 months. Really?
What I learned: Grandmas can have some seriously wild pasts…
Overall Grade: B+