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Wildflower Hope (The Wildflower House) Audio CD – Unabridged, September 24, 2019
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“In her second Wildflower novel, Greene masterfully peels back the hidden layers of Kara Hart’s grief, dependency, and self-doubt to unveil a heartwarming tale of love and forgiveness. Set in the lush Virginia countryside, Wildflower Hope is an inspirational story of leaving the past behind and seeing the possibilities of the future.” —Bette Lee Crosby, USA Today bestselling author of Emily, Gone
“Kara Hart is at a crossroads in her life—grieving the loss of her father, rehabbing a house for use as a creative retreat, hoping for love, and trying to move past a betrayal by her friend Victoria. Grace Greene does an artful job taking us along on Kara’s journey, weaving in moments of her life, both past and present. Fans of the first book in the series will love jumping back into the comforting world of Cub Creek, but new readers won’t have any problem picking up the threads of the story. Reading a novel by Grace Greene is like being wrapped in a blanket of love and healing and Wildflower Hope delivers on all counts. Highly recommended!” —Karen McQuestion, bestselling author of Hello Love
“With her unique flair for depicting the Virginia countryside she loves, Grace Greene expands the story of Kara Hart’s journey to rebuild her life after a series of terrible losses. The remarkable cast of characters will delight, and the plot will keep the reader guessing about family ties and hidden dreams until the very end. If you are looking for an unforgettable tale about second chances and the true meaning of family, look no further than Wildflower Hope.” —Christine Nolfi, bestselling author of The Road She Left Behind
About the Author
Grace Greene is an award-winning and USA Today bestselling author of women’s fiction and contemporary romance set in the bucolic reaches of her native Virginia (Kincaid’s Hope, Cub Creek, The Happiness In Between, The Memory of Butterflies, and Wildflower Heart) and on the breezy beaches of Emerald Isle, North Carolina (Beach Rental, Beach Winds). Her debut novel, Beach Rental, and the sequel, Beach Winds, were both Top Picks by RT Book Reviews magazine. For more about the author and her books, visit www.gracegreene.com or connect with her on Twitter @Grace_Greene and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GraceGreeneBooks.
- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (September 24, 2019)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1978691181
- ISBN-13 : 978-1978691186
- Item Weight : 2.64 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.5 x 6.75 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,971,879 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The characters are the star of this story. I don't think I realized until reading this second book how much I have come to care about them, individually and as a family. I have mentioned in reviews of other books by author Grace Greene, that I appreciate the depth of the characters she creates - the most likeable characters are flawed, the worst of the bunch often have redeeming qualities. This brings them each to life as realistic, believable people. This is certainly the case in this series as well.
I might feel drawn to the main character of Kara because I can relate to many of traumas she has been through, the issues and emotions she wrestles with - but these may be things we all deal with on some level. Regardless, I find myself rooting for her, hoping the other characters give her a break, support her as she needs. This whole bunch are folks I'd enjoy knowing.
Another draw for me to this series is the location. Cub Creek is set in rural Virginia, just outside Louisa County, part way between Richmond and Charlottesville. Most folks are familiar with the hustle and bustle of Northern VA, just outside of Washington DC; the Blue Ridge Pkwy of the western part of the state; and the coastal areas along the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay to the southeast. But few are aware of the beautiful countyside and fulfilling lifestyle in the center of this diverse state. Greene paints beautiful pictures of this area, representing it well.
I am enjoying following the renovation of Wildflower House, and the personal growth of Kara as she moves through the decisions associated with renovation. This book is a satisfying chapter to the story and ends well, but is far from the end of the story. I have pre-ordered Wildflower Christmas, a novella following Wildflower Hope (expected release date Nov.12, 2019), and I hope for/look forward to additional books in the series to follow.
I highly recommend this book, series, to anyone seeking an identifiable story of a woman coming into her own, learning to trust in her own strengths while opening herself to trust and let others in
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First time reader and I shall be reading all of the books me
Thank you for taking me on the journey of the wildflower house loved them