Book Reviews of Blackberry Winter (Harlequin Next, No 22)

Blackberry Winter (Harlequin Next, No 22)
Blackberry Winter - Harlequin Next, No 22
Author: Cheryl Reavis
ISBN-13: 9780373230525
ISBN-10: 0373230524
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
This was a good story.
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This is a real good story by Cheryl Reavis. She always tells a good story and this book is no exception. I would recommend this book. This is a mother/daughter relationship story. The mother is dying and goes home to revisit her past. Her daughter follows and finds a new relationship along the way.
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I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish this one! It was very enjoyable if you like stories about mountain people, and I do!
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refreshing ! great read!
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Wonderful book. It is a great read if you don't have much time but want to relax. Characters are loveable - you won't want it to end and wish for a sequel.
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This book starts out a bit slow, but has a wonderful ending. The characters are complex and the book is well-written.
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Very good book! Not just your ordinary romance book. Great read..

*****
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Wonderful book! Very moving to read.
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From the back cover:

I am illegitimate. But this was never a problem for me--it was just me and my mother against the world. Mother never told me much about her past, and after a couple of unanswered questions in childhood, I stopped asking. Now, Mother is sick, and she's decided to revisit the past--literally--by taking an unexpected trip to the mountains where she was born.

I was worried; I was scared. I followed her. And my mother's journey became my journey, too. I discovered that I have a father--and my parents are still in love. Their life together just took a detour that lasted over forty years.

Their relationship was like a blackberry winter...the colder the weather, the sweeter the berries in spring. And now that I've found the truth, will I have the strength to make it through my own blackberry winter?