Tuesday, March 16, 2021

The Sweet Taste of Muscadines by Pamela Terry

Why would Geneva be out in the muscadine grove with a spoon in her hand when they found her.  What even possessed her to go there in the night?

Geneva’s three grown children were puzzled about why, but did one of them have an idea?

Lila and Henry hadn’t been back to their Southern hometown in Wesleyan, Georgia, for ten years. 

Abigail  had never left Wesleyan and was the one who found their mother the morning she stopped to pick her up for their breakfast outing.

Abigail was the one who was most out of sorts especially since her mother didn’t want a formal funeral.  Abigail couldn’t understand why because that was just what you did.

We follow the children as they unravel the lives of their parents and try to make sense of it all.

The writing in THE SWEET TASTE OF MUSCADINES is absolutely marvelous, beautifully detailed, and pulls you in just like the taste of sweet tea and Southern charm.

If you grew up in the South, you will love this entertaining book that has life-changing, heartbreaking secrets revealed after many years. It is truly an enjoyable, thoughtful read.

If you have ever been to Scotland, this book will also take you back to its magic and beauty.

A do-not-miss, heartwarming read.  5/5

This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

11 comments:

  1. LOVED this book.

    I hope you get to read it.

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. It sounds very good.
    Great review!

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    1. Thanks about my review, Linda.

      It was a lovely, enjoyable change of pace.

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  3. I like the sound of this, Elizabeth. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I am quite sure you would love this book, Mary.

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  4. It was in my radar but its great to hear you loved it so will make it a definite now.

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  5. Guess I have another for my TBR

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    1. Ohhhhh....I hope you love it as much as I did.

      Thanks for your comment, RAnn.

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