Blowing on Dandelions by Miralee Ferrell ~ Review

Blowing on Dandelions: A NovelLucie's Review:

Katherine Galloway's life isn't calm for long, when her mother comes to town to move in with her and her two daughters. Katherine has always had a tough relationship with her mother, because her mother has always blatantly preferred her half-sister to her.
When widower, Micah Jacobs' home burns to the ground, he has little choice but to move into Katherine's boarding house, helping to ease the tension between her and her mother.
Can dandelion wishes some true?

A well written book, that was not so much about the relationship between Micah and Katherine, but more about the relationships between them and their children and Katherine and her mother.

The characters were strong and well developed, Katherine was a woman of seemingly endless patience and grace, I loved how she felt that she should honor her mother and be respectful, no matter what, yet she knew when to put her foot down. Another great character was Mrs. Robertson, because she was definitely a surprise! And Micah was strong, sensible, and loved his son.

Overall, a well written novel that flows naturally through the characters lives letting us get to know them and showing the struggles they faced. This was a touching story about the relationships that make up a family. Definitely a read worth your time!

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