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Happy Hour by Michele Scott
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Apr 29, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: faith, family, forgiveness, friendship, grief, marriage, memories, multiple-story-lines
Read from April 29 to May 30, 2012

Happy Hour is a story of four friends and what each of them goes through and how their friendship helps them through tragedy, heartbreak, divorce and coming out on the other side.Four women that are vastly different, yet share a common interest in wines in some fashion. One makes it, one writes about it, one is an expert on what it goes with and one paints works of art about it...
The only thing that kept this story from getting a five star is there are certain parts that drag some and get a bit boring. I felt the story could have been shortened a bit and kept the pace moving better. That being said, it is worth the read.
It's a fairly clean read and the faith they have/find in God throughout the story was a nice surprise. It isn't 'in your face', but rather subtle and works well with the story lines.
I'm very pleased that all the ladies have a happy ending...at least for now!

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