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A HOME IN HOPEFUL by Bette Lee Crosby (Wyattsville #2.5)

A Home in Hopeful - Bette Lee Crosby

I've been wanting to read Bette Lee Crosby's books for quite some time. Have several on my Kindle and Bette was kind enough to send me a copy of Spare Change. Well, now I can't wait to get started. I just finished reading this short-but-sweet prequel in the Wyattsville series, A Home In Hopeful, and I fell in love with the characters right away.

 

Canasta Jones is an old woman recalling her younger years growing up on her Mama's farm in Hopeful, though times weren't always hopeful for Canasta and her family. As Canasta reflects, we learn how Hopeful came to be and, if you're paying attention, we also learn the meaning behind the title for Crosby's book, Spare Change. Canasta is a continuing character and I can't wait to learn more about her. Delightful.

 

 

A Home in Hopeful is part of Crosby's Wyattsville series that consists of the following four and a half books: (Books link back to Goodreads)

 

Spare Change (Wyattsville, #1)

 

Jubilee's Journey (Wyattsville, #2)

 

A Home In Hopeful (Wyattsville, #2.5)

 

Passing through Perfect (Wyattsville, #3)

 

The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd (Wyattsville, #4)

 

 


 
 I received A Home In Hopeful after signing up for Bette Lee Crosby's newsletter and blog. If you're interested in getting your own copy, you can visit Bette's website at http://betteleecrosby.com.