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Saturday, April 8, 2017

Sweetbriar Cottage

Noah gets a letter from the IRS that stirs his anger like nothing else can.  He pays a visit to his accountant that gets him nothing in the way of information and sends him to his lawyer.  What the lawyer tells him is beyond all he can bear.  His divorce was never finalized and in order to straighten it out, he has to face Josephine once again.

Josephine has secrets that she has never told anyone and has no desires to tell anyone.  She wants things between Noah and her finished as well.  When he asks for their papers, she brings them to him and then gets stuck at his house in a storm that goes from bad to worse.

Denise Hunter has written a real "screen scroller" with Sweetbriar Cottage.  The plot is what makes this book as good as it is.  The characters are a bit two-dimensional, but their interactions in their predicament did make the book more readable.  This is a strong four star book.

My thanks to Thomas Nelson for allowing me to read and review this book.

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