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Bring on the Blessings by Beverly Jenkins
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Feb 23, 2012

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What a sweet book about love, faith, children, money and a big fat pig! Seems the hero got a bunch, a whole bunch, of money in a divorce at the age of 54. She spent some of her money, made some more and then returned to her social work roots and bought a town. She then build homes for, found children to be fostered, found parents to foster them, and rebuilt the faith of the townspeople. The protagonist is the owner of a big fat pig. The big fat pig makes me laugh since he's all dolled up in an alarming variety of clothing. He's pretty much the boss to so you can only imagine what happens when he takes it into his head to ignore any demand that's made of him, like going outside to relieve himself. Very funny part tha does work out in the end. Tehre are some difficulties along the way that are solved by a variety of things, like money, faith and love. Charming story. Warning to those who don't like charming tinged with a bit of old time faith in God, you might enjoy something else. Great palate cleanser.

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