Feb 27, 12
Read in February, 2012
Picked up this book from the library's reader's choice display.
A foster girl becomes homeless when she turns 18. Her love of flowers leads her to seek work with a florist where she must find herself and face her past.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I picked it up because I was interested in the blurb about a florist using flowers to convey meanings. When I got home and read the full synopsis I wasn't sure if I would be up to reading it. I wasn't ready for a really heart-wrenching book. This was heart-wrenching, but it wasn't graphic like I thought it might be.
Strong PG. This deals with a lot of adult themes, but they are handled well and I don't remember much in the way of language, etc.