Hope Springs (Hope Springs Book II) by Lynne Hinton

By Lynne Hinton

Make acquaintances in desire Springs Pull up a chair and become aware of the energy and sustenance of friendship with Jessie, Margaret, Louise, Beatrice, and Charlotte, because the precise bond solid among those 5 striking ladies is positioned to the try out whilst one in all their very own is bothered with a dangerous disease. full of the secret and sweetness that make existence useful, wish Springs will elevate your spirits and hot your center.

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And don’t act offended. You know a little dung goes a long way. Good soil is the most important key to growing a bountiful and healthy garden. 3 s the president of the Women’s Guild . ” Beatrice wanted to get the meeting started so that she could show her honeymoon pictures. ” Louise pushed her way onto the sofa and flopped down next to Jessie. Charlotte laughed. Beatrice rolled her eyes and opened up the box that held her pictures. She began sorting the small albums so that she could keep the trip in photographic sequence.

She found the idea exciting and began to let an old dream start to breathe. She had loved it when she first left home for college. She loved learning a new city, meeting the new people, having the new experiences; and she never thought when she was younger that she would come back to Hope Springs. But Jessie soon learned that life rarely moves in the direction one first imagines. And before she knew it, thirty years had come and gone and she was still only five miles from the place where her life began.

Jessie and Margaret shook their heads. Charlotte got up from her seat to peer over Louise ’s shoulder at the picture. ” After Charlotte sat down, Jessie passed the album on to Margaret so that she could see the photograph for herself. Beatrice sighed. She took a sip of her coffee and put down the cup. “I don’t see what the fuss is all about. I handle dead people ’s butts all the time. And besides, there were a lot of folks around. ” She saw no reason for this conversation and wished she had removed that particular shot from the little album.

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