Honeysuckle Season by Mary Ellen Taylor
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What buyers say about Honeysuckle Season by Mary Ellen Taylor
I was surprised by the huge surprise at the end, but I was happy to see it because it showed how much love a parent has for their child.
I have read many multiple timelines stories and it is very difficult to pull off, so I am very pleased that Mary Ellen Taylor was able to do that.
I walked away from the story for a while because I didn't think it was a reflection on the author's ability to weave a tale, but once I got over that, I fell in love with it and finished it in less than a day.
After divorce, no children, and the death of her father, it's a crossroads for Libby McKenzie and she's going to start a new life as a wedding photographer in Virginia.
It is an incredible well written family saga that tells the story of several different women across dual time periods and the ties that bind them all together.