Bless Your Heart, Rae Sutton by Susannah B. Lewis // Review

My Review: 

A humorous and honest Southern story of starting over, friendship, family, and faith. 

Rae Sutton moves back to her hometown after the death of her mother and end of her marriage, finding hope with the friendship of the Third Thursday ladies. 

A witty Southern read, that flashes between the present day and snap shots of the past as Rae dissects her life and plans for the future. The plot of this story meanders by like a Southern afternoon, keeping me on my toes while also delivering a dollop of heart along the way. I liked that Rae felt like an honest character, at a crossroads for the first real time in her life. I loved how her mother's friends welcomed her with open arms, sharing their own stories along the way. 

Overall, this was a enjoyable read, sweet, yet in other ways unexpected. My favorite thing about Rae's story was how others encouraged her in her faith when her tank was low. An engaging read filled with faith and friendship, hoe and forgiveness!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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