#WhenWeLastSpoke Review!! #FlyBy #bookreview

About When We Last Spoke:

Humor, heartbreak, and triumph are served with whipped cream and lots of local nuts in this heartwarming tale of family, friendship, and forgiveness in Fireside, Texas.

Meet Juliet Cranbourne, local radio personality and owner of a whimsical kitchen gadget store, and her sister Evangeline, a fruit tree geneticist who works for Oregon State University.

When a rift due to their orphaned past affects their sisterhood, Juliet convinces Evangeline to come home for Christmas and choose headstones to honor grandparents Walt (a tenderhearted, good looking rancher) and Ruby (a blue-ribbon fiddler, fabulous cook, and expert in the art of making family feel loved).  As they cruise through Fireside in Ruby’s Thunderbird, Juliet hopes that healing memories will somehow smooth rough roads ahead.

Does the tremendous love that marked Walt and Ruby’s lives still have the power to renew their sisterhood and help them find their place in the world?

 

My Review:

I wouldn’t be surprised if you look at life differently after reading this book. I know I sure did. Everybody needs a Walt & Ruby in their life. This book shows you that you can overcome anything. What may look like a huge curveball could actually be the best thing for you. This page turner will leave you feeling so good after every page. Grab your tea, your wine or coffee and comfy because I promise you won’t want to move!

Keep an eye out on Amazon because between February 20-24 Marci will be giving away a FREE Kindle version of the book!!!

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About the author:

Marci Henna was born in Austin, Texas and lived as a child in Kenya, East Africa with the Wakamba tribe where her parents managed a medical research station. She later moved to the Hill Country ranch which has been in the family since the 1800’s and currently lives in Austin.

Let me know what you think!