This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
South of The Buttonwood Tree
Summary: Blue Bishop has a knack for finding lost things. While growing up in charming small-town Buttonwood, Alabama, she’s happened across lost wallets, jewelry, pets, her wandering neighbor, and sometimes, trouble. No one is more surprised than Blue, however, when she comes across an abandoned newborn baby in the woods, just south of a very special buttonwood tree.
Sarah Grace Landreneau Fulton is at a crossroads. She has always tried so hard to do the right thing, but her own mother would disown her if she ever learned half of Sarah Grace’s secrets.
The unexpected discovery of the newborn baby girl will alter Blue’s and Sarah Grace’s lives forever. Both women must fight for what they truly want in life and for who they love. In doing so, they uncover long-held secrets that reveal exactly who they really are–and what they’re willing to sacrifice in the name of family.
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
I LOVED (hearts, glitter, dancing type of love) Midnight at The Blackbird Cafe and so I knew when I heard there would be a second book- I had to get my hands on it. A handful of emails and some bookish luck on my side and I scored a copy which I promptly read and LOVED.
Heather Webber has a gift, ya’ll and if you aren’t reading her books and you LOVE Southern Lit- then we just can’t be friends till you read them. Seriously.
What I Liked:
The cover. I want to send the Forge book cover folks a bottle of champagne on behalf of Heather Webber for getting these covers so darn perfect. They will NEVER leave my shelf (unless I am re-reading them!)
Blue and Sarah Grace. Gosh, I loved these ladies. The bond between them. ❤
The good feeling you get when reading this book and the emotional high it leaves you with 🙂
Bottom line: This book is just pure magic. Gives you so many good feelings! Put Heather Webber on your radar- NOW!
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T