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Morning Glory Hardcover – 1 February 1989
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- Publisher : Putnam Pub Group (T) (1 February 1989)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 0399134131
- ISBN-13 : 978-0399134135
- Dimensions : 23.62 x 3.12 x 16.05 cm
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It is a beautiful story of two lonely people finding love together. Both Will and Elly have been damaged by life and it is is really moving to see how this damage is repaired by the love they find in each other. It is not a fast paced book, rather it is the sort of book where you savour every page. Some passages literally took my breath away.
LaVyrle Spencer is an expert at writing believable characters who you really care about. Even the secondary characters (such as Miss Beasley) are well portrayed and interesting, which I think is quite unusual for a romance.
One minor complaint I have is that I thought the blurb on the back of the book was a little misleading. The murder that is mentioned happens very late on in the story. Although it is not insignificant in terms of the conclusion, the central theme is Elly and Will's relationship, not the murder.
If you want a really heartwarming, moving book that will make you smile, cry and give you a warm, fuzzy feeling from head to toe then this is the book for you. Wonderful!
“Morning Glory” was a warm and comforting read. I will be returning to read it many times, I’m sure.
Will now enjoy reading it on holiday too.