My Thoughts on Good Grief

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I liked this book. It was a little heavy at the beginning as she was a new widow and trying to find her way in a job she never liked and a house that was now too big.

But, as many people do, she found herself when she forgot herself and though she does find a new love story she recovers most fully when she mentors a troubled teen.

The only parts I did not like was when the book got all “Bridget Jones” and things went horribly wrong. Especially the part where she hosts a grand opening for her bakery. Oh, I skimmed through that madness.

Overall, a good read.

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