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The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
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Jun 11, 12

Read from June 02 to 11, 2012


I loved this story. The first couple of chapters were hard to get through because I really didn't like Victoria - she seemed to selfish, rude, lazy and bitter; I didn't want to read a whole story filled with her bad attitude. But then you really get to know what's in her heart and head and how she's trying to change. The characters were all very well written - lots of varying personalities, but they all were instantly real people to me. I was totally engrossed in the story - needing to find out what happened in the past between Elizabeth and Victoria, and how the answer effects the outcome of the future in so many ways. The underlining theme of the language of flowers was completely unique to any book I've ever read; I found it both refreshing and also very informative...half way through the book I was on amazon looking for books on the meaning of flowers! Anyway, loved it! Too bad it's the authors only novel because I would happily devour some more!
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Vanessa Diffenbaugh
“Anyone can grow into something beautiful.”
Vanessa Diffenbaugh, The Language of Flowers


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Rachel Great review! Really enjoying this one as well.


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Angelisa Stone Oh my God… I love love loved this story too!! Victoria and Grant = PERFECT! You should also read ALWAYS THERE by Albright-Eastman.


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