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Another stunningly beautiful book – Silver Threads

Another stunningly beautiful book – Silver Threads Mommymoose on Goodreads says: This book was another stunningly beautiful installment of the Memory House series. I didn’t think it could get any better but Bette did it again. A beautiful family is ripped apart in a robbery gone wrong, leaving a father and his daughter to find their way through fear and grief. Eventually they find their way to Memory House where they find the magic they need to heal and find happ.....

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I was mesmerized – Silver Threads

I was mesmerized – Silver Threads Cathy on Goodreads says: Jennifer drops her daughter Brooke off at school then goes to the pharmacy to get something for her horrid migraine. Her husband Drew travels for his job and is not home often. Everything changes after that trip to the pharmacy. Brooke and her dad Drew face many challenges after that day. His job changes and he starts working from home. The neighbors are helpful and Brooke has school friends that she is .....

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This series is heartwarming – Silver Threads

This series is heartwarming – Silver Threads Leslie on Goodreads says: This series is heartwarming and while not all characters have an easy life, and must deal with hard times, it all works out in the end. I love visiting Memory House in each book. The characters are endearing (well most of them!) and familiar (as long as you have read the other books in this series). I like that the characters have to deal with some sort of tragedy/sadness before they get thei.....

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Bette’s novel hit the spot – Memory House

Bette’s novel hit the spot – Memory House Elyse on Goodreads says: Bette Lee Crosby has many fans. She writes for women. From time to time, it’s comforting reading a heart warming story written especially with my gender in mind. Bette’s short novel hit the spot…the mood I was looking for. Without being heavy, this story tapped into my own appreciation for my women friends….whom are an invaluable part of my life. The two main .....

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I slipped effortlessly into the world of – Memory House

I slipped effortlessly into the world of – Memory House Dale on Goodreads says: After waiting a long time to get my hands on a copy, I think I had a fair idea what would happen when I picked up this book. And it did. I slipped effortlessly into the world of Memory House Bed and Breakfast and its almost ninety year old owner Ophelia Browne. To the bed and breakfast comes the broken-hearted Annie Cross who comes to stay a couple of nights and finds more than she bargaine.....

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Deserves more than 5 stars – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

Deserves more than 5 stars – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Becky on Goodreads says… The 4th book in the Wyattsville series deserves more than a five star rating. Cyrus Dodd will do anything to make his beloved Ruth happy. Even things he may regret. Cyrus is a man of great pride. He has been in a feud with a neighbor over something as little as a pig. Cyrus has a way of harboring bad feelings and his regrets. This story takes you through years of Cyrus and Ruth Dodd&#.....

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Can’t get enough of her books – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

Can’t get enough of her books – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Agnes on Goodreads says… Ms Crosby…cant get enough of her books…here is another one that I like….no that’s not true…I loved it….Ms Crosby takes us into a world where people are kind to each other no matter what happens. It’s what life should be about….friends, neighbors, loves, children….no matter what bad luck you run into. Cyrus runs into it all.....

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Do not ever pass up… – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

Do not ever pass up… – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Marci says on Goodreads – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd is a lovely story that starts a time long ago and in a place far away. Cyrus Dodd and Virgil Vigil Jackson allow a disagreement to boil over into a feud, resulting in the loss of so much more than Cyrus’ farm. Virgil appears to be the winner, but Cyrus follows a path of love in his life while Cyrus does just the opposite. In the end, Cyrus finds.....

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Bette delivers a wise message – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

Bette delivers a wise message – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Judy on Goodreads says… Southern, much loved storyteller, Bette Lee Crosby returns following Passing Through Perfect (2015), landing on my Top 50 Books of 2015 – Best Southern Fiction” and “Best Southern Storyteller of 2015”, continuing with heart-warming #4 Wyattsville Series, with THE REGRETS OF CYRUS DODD. A complex life of one man. A story worthy of telling. But to appreciate the end.....

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Well written and full of emotion – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

Well written and full of emotion – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Teresa from Goodreads says: ‘I have heard it said that a man who cries is spineless, a weakling not worthy of his salt, but this I can tell you: a man who has never shed a tear has not yet learned to love.’ The above is the first line of this book. Moving and intriguing, isn’t it? After that,coupled with the title, how can you NOT want to read the rest of the story? .....

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Packed full of beautiful lines – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

Packed full of beautiful lines – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Susan on Goodreads says: First line—’I have heard it said that a man who cries is spineless, a weakling not worthy of his salt, but this I can tell you: a man who has never shed a tear has not yet learned to love.’ I just love the wisdom and insight in this first line. Like all of Bette’s book, this one is packed full of beautiful lines and wise advice. I was lucky enoug.....

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A story that tugs at the heart strings – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

A story that tugs at the heart strings – The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd Sarah from Goodreads says: When I first read the title of the book, I expected Cyrus Dodd to be an old man, pondering the things that went wrong in his life. But it turns out Cyrus is a young man with some difficult and trying times in his life, beginning with a feud with Virgil Jackson over the ownership of a piglet. And on top of that Virgil’s land had an underground spring that b.....

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