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The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd hooked me from the very first page

The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd hooked me from the very first page Susan on Goodreads says: I started it last night and finished it today. Someone please tell me how an author like Bette Lee Crosby who happens to be from New Jersey gets the southern charm and feelings down so perfectly? I’ve read many of her books and I still don’t know how she does it, but she nails it each and every time. THE REGRETS OF CYRUS DODD is book four of the Wyattsville series .....

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I would give Passing through Perfect a 10

Cindy on Goodreads says: I don’t read literary fiction or women’s fiction. Consequently, I had never heard of this woman until a friend suggested I read one of her books. I trust this friend’s judgment so, I picked this book out and read it. This book should be considered a literary classic. It should be required reading by everyone. This is a book about intolerance, racism, fear and ignorance. It is a book about the pain of love and loss and h.....

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Jubilee’s Journey is a refreshingly sweet story

Jubilee’s Journey is a refreshingly sweet story Susan on Goodreads says: JUBILEE’S JOURNEY is a refreshingly sweet story that will keep you flipping the pages when you should be doing other things but you can’t because you just have to know what happens next. I am looking forward to the upcoming third book in the series, Passing Through Perfect and I am sad to learn that the third one is slated to be the last. The character Ethan Allen has war.....

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I completely enjoyed Spare Change

I completely enjoyed Spare Change Jane on Goodreads says: This is absolutely, categorically not the kind of book I usually read, and I completely enjoyed it. It tells the story of the journeys of two people, middle-aged Olivia and 11-year-old Ethan Allen (yep, named after the furniture store), toward each other through loss and tragedy. Both Olivia and Ethan share an almost desperate self-reliance that hides a deep need for other people, and their adjustment to.....

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I want to shout from the rooftops – Silver Threads

I want to shout from the rooftops – Silver Threads Ann on Goodreads says: I can’t believe this is book 5 of the Memory House series. I’m surprised I’ve never seen it before because it is wonderful. Obviously you don’t need to read the previous books to enjoy this fantastic story. While fate studies the scales of Jennifer’s life he doesn’t notice the silver thread that connects her with a killer. To make it up to her dau.....

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Pulls at your heart strings – Silver Threads

Pulls at your heart strings – Silver Threads Bernadette on Goodreads says: This series of books never disappoint. Silver Threads pulls at your heart strings with tragedy, uncertainty,doubting your decisions, letting go of the past and mistakes. Then you find hope, faith, laughter, love, and new beginnings; come at unexpected times and circumstances. Just a little magic of friendship will shed new light on your visions to give you the push forward you migh.....

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I can’t wait to see what Bette does next – Silver Threads

I can’t wait to see what Bette does next – Silver Threads Laurie on Goodreads says: Bette Lee Crosby does a phenomenal job of bringing the positives needed in this world to a book on paper. This is the latest book in her “Memory House” series. Jennifer is a wonderful Mom, wife and friend and her time on earth is cut short by a vicious attack. She leaves a daughter- Brooke who is 8 and a husband Drew who is busy with work and .....

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I love the writing of Bette Lee Crosby – Silver Threads

I love the writing of Bette Lee Crosby – Silver Threads Rosemary on Goodreads says: Jennifer Green, a young mother and wife, was shot and killed in a botched robbery. It happened when she stopped by the pharmacy. A simple action with tragic consequences. As her husband and little girl try and pick up the shattered pieces of their life and move forward, they find guilt and grief are their constant companion. How do you go on when your strength is gone? Bet.....

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Another great Memory House book – Silver Threads

Another great Memory House book – Silver Threads Nari on Goodreads says Another great memory house book! Bette Crosby write stories that tugs on your emotions. Some parts of this book had me in tears, some I laughed and some I ahhed over how sweet it was. This is a story about learning to appreciate the good because you have experience the deep pain of lose. Drew Bishop loved his wife Jennifer but he never really appreciated her until he lost her in a tra.....

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Bette is a born story teller – Silver Threads

Bette is a born story teller – Silver Threads Elizabeth on Goodreads says This is such a magical book! Bette is a born storyteller and “Silver Threads” is no exception. The story revolves Drew, Jennifer and Brooke Bishop and how fate (or is it?) controls their destiny. Of course, being part of the Memory House series makes it magical and brings new life and experiences out of dark tragedy. It is a wonderful read, as are all of Be.....

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This book is AWESOME! – Silver Threads

This book is AWESOME! – Silver Threads Gail on Goodreads says This book is AWESOME! I started reading it and I could not put the book down even while making dinner I was still reading it. Of course when dinner was ready I had to stop at a cliff hanger moment and could not get back until morning to see what would happen. The story is very well written and filled with so much emotion that it will draw you right into the story. It will make you.....

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I absolutely loved this book! – Silver Threads

I absolutely loved this book! – Silver Threads Rachel on Goodreads says: I absolutely loved this book! I would give it 10+ stars if I could. I was so invested in the story I read it in one day, which I usually never do. I enjoyed the new characters, especially Drew, Brooke, and Elizabeth and of course the returning characters, Annie, Oliver, and the mysterious Keeper of the Scales. I would definitely recommend this book (as well as the whole series) to anybody looking .....

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