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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
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Jun 28, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: e-book, historical-fiction, read-in-2010, read-in-july
Read from July 01 to 03, 2010

I felt a little ho-hum on starting this book and I’m not sure why. It wasn’t on my TBR list until a friend bought it on her nook and told me it was a lendable book so we used this book to try out the lend feature. Maybe that is why I wasn’t really looking forward to starting it, I don’t know. What I do know, is that I should have jumped right in as soon as it landed in my nook library! This was a story full of heartbreak, but also full of love and hope. CeeCee was such an adult in a child’s body after years of alternating between caring for her mother and hiding in embarrassment from her mother. I was extremely skeptical of Tootie when she showed up to take CeeCee to Savannah after Camille’s death as if she was just trying to scoop in for her own betterment. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Tootie and Oletta were the two hearts that gave CeeCee a change at a childhood. They provided her with a safe place, both physically and emotionally. I loved the adventures Oletta brought into CeeCee’s life. This novel was well-written and weaved an amazing tale of loss, love and friendship.

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