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Wildflowers (Glenbrooke) by Robin Jones Gunn
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Wildflowers (Glenbrooke) (edition 2001)

by Robin Jones Gunn

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Title:Wildflowers (Glenbrooke)
Authors:Robin Jones Gunn
Info:Multnomah (2001), Paperback
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wild flowers glenbrook series book 8 by robin jones gunn
steve and geneviere have a trusting marriage, he's an airplane pilot and is often jetting off to attend conventions,
she runs a local cafe their 2 girls keep them busy. things start to wear on her as she's saddled with the girls
all the time and the cafe, the inheritance money he invested badly that her store could've really used. so she starts
making some changes in the cafe after spending a dinner at a resort 40 miles away. it has a tree growing in the middle near
the fireplace that make Genevieree hoping that if she used that n her cafe to attract more to come daily and things go
wrong to the point there is a major disaster. things happen that bring them back to the church and answers to many
questions that have piled up over the months. the bible and verses she discussed with her lady friends at their meetings
and that helped not only her marriage but her daily life. really like how the local people in town help and their stories
are brought up to date from previous books. ( )
  jbarr5 | Jul 25, 2013 |
A sweet book. The godly lessons within are inspiring and heartfelt.

However, from a literary perspective, the characters are weaker in this book than the others in the Glenbrooke series. Genevieve especially is only characterized by her closed nature. I wanted to know more about this character instead of waiting to meet her when she "blooms" in the last 40 pages or so. ( )
  hjconti | Aug 23, 2010 |
Robin has done it again! I love her books and how simple her message always is! My favorite thing about her writings is her characters always come FULL circle. They might have a small roll in one book, but just wait, something will happen to them, and there will be a new book about them later. I love this book because that's what happened. ( )
  Raenolt | Apr 10, 2009 |
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Genevieve finds the challenge of starting her own business surprisingly difficult, especially with her husband frequently absent, but she soon discovers the strength of her friendships, and even finds an unexpected love in the process.

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