Monday, February 4, 2013

Book Review - "Wishing on Willows"

I really enjoyed Katie Ganshert's novel, "Wildflowers from Winter," and I was thrilled to see that she had another novel released!  "Wishing on Willows" transports the reader back to Iowa and back into the lives of characters whom we all fell in love with in the first book! 

Robin is struggling to keep her cafe open and care for her son as a single mom. This cafe means more to her than people on the outside know.  Ian is struggling to save his father's business and do something good, however it will destroy Robin's cafe.  Both Robin and Ian are trying to do things with a purpose, but yet it does not seem to be a win-win situation. 

I do not want to share too much about the story as I want you to go pick up a copy and read it, you will not be disappointed!  I love the cafe setting and the relationships between the characters.  This is an excellent book filled with characters whom come alive on the pages drawing you into their story. 

To read more about this book and some fun things related to the book go to the author's website found at:

*I received a complimentary copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishers in exchange for a honest review.*

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