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Hometown Girl Memories

(Hometown #6)

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"I was crying one minute and laughing the next. A definite must read!"
Winnie is content in her role as the reining matriarch of Smithville, but when a letter arrives from a long-lost friend, the door to her past is reopened. Memories come flooding in, drawing her back to 1968, her college days; a time filled with people and events she hasn’t allowed herself to recall.
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Kindle Edition, 310 pages
Published October 1st 2019
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High Light
Nov 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book was absolutely delightful to read! Even though there are sad and bittersweet memories throughout, the story itself is concise, sweet, and comedic all in one. This is the story of two women: Winnie (Wynona), an aged soul living by herself and the diligent Tara (owner of her own Inn) who is strong-willed and determined even though at times it can cause great anxiety and stress on herself. Tara has her own little family to take care of in addition to managing the books and overall ...more
Valery
Oct 30, 2019 rated it really liked it
Hometown Girl Memories (Hometown Series Book 6) by Kirsten Fullmer is a beautifully written story and being the sixth in the series, stands well on it's own. It may be beneficial however to read the previous selections in the series to get a real foundation for the stories. This is a small town story, featuring likable and relatable characters like Tara, and Winnie, each with their own set of unique problems and challenges. A letter arrives for Winnie, who is elderly, and this pulls her back to ...more
Grady
Oct 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Memories are made of this

Author Kirsten Fullmer has worked in the field of engineering, has been a teacher at the college level, was a freelance consultant, and has an affinity for art. Now retired, she has published seven novels, her favored HOMETOWN SERIES now lists six books, HOMETOWN GIRL MEMORIES being the sixth entry.

Kirsten celebrates women in this series set in the small town of Smithville – a town that could be anywhere because each of us has a similar reminiscence focal point in our
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Re:Views
Nov 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I didn't read any other books in the 'Hometown Girl' series by Kirsten Fullmer, but the friend who loaned me a copy of the 6th book 'Memories' told me that each one is a stand-alone story, with the same characters being central in the plot.

If you enjoy novels that feature strong women then this is a book you are sure to enjoy. Winnie is a compelling character, reminding me of my dearly departed Grandmother who was small and feisty, full of love, and had so many interesting stories to tell. A
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Elizabeth Price
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This for me is Fullmer's best book yet! I couldn't put it down! I've always loved her books, and how real they are, but this took it to a new level! It took a journey through so many different stages of life: young love, marriage, parenthood, aging, and so much more. I throughly enjoyed how she presented the delicate history of the late 60s in a way that caused me to stop and think, and yet there was still much humor and laughter as well.
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