Quarter finalist, Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Grace Palmer's British friends all think she's living the American Dream. But her design business is floundering and when she discovers her husband is cheating with her best client, she panics. Saving Saffron Sweeting [Pauline Wiles] on ranegitpusa.gq *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ~ Quarter finalist, Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award.
Grace is a likable heroine who, although she makes decisions differently than I would, I found myself championing. She accidentally finds a niche for herself within the Saffron Sweeting community, one with much bigger ramifications than she could imagine.
There were moments I laughed out loud, times I wanted to shake few characters, but mostly, I wanted to sit in the pub with them all and join their story. Listening to this in the same timeframe as I was reading books about murder and a memoir of a prison term was a perfect balm to all the darkness in the other books.
It does. Physical distance can be a great aid to perspective. I enjoyed this one and look forward to more from Pauline Wiles.
The BookFetish Blog. More "England" looking. The first chapter hooked me.
Even though the topic is not funny cheating husband the way it was written was pretty funny. I immediately took Grace's side and was cheering her on to do the right thing. When she goes to England, I loved how she picked herself up and got on with life. I was surprised by who Grace is with at the end of the book.
I told everyone I saw on this trip about the book, even the passengers sitting on the plane beside me, imploring them to pick up a copy and start reading. For FREE. She accidentally finds a niche for herself within the Saffron Sweeting community, one with much bigger ramifications than she could imagine. However, not everyone has the same opinion on what's good for the village. We failed completely to find Saffron Sleeping on the internet and I assumed that was the end of the idea.
For some reason, I was rooting for Scott-probably because of his life-style. Posted by Jilleen at PM. Labels: Great Read , Review.
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Breaking the Spine.