Alright, now for my thoughts on the book. I enjoyed it but the end left me wanting more. Perhaps my favorite part of the book was that the love portrayed between Gabe and Pearl was authentic and imperfect. They didn't always make the best decisions and they had their struggles but through it all they had each other. Gabe's tradition of sending Pearl a postcard every Friday made me think of my grandparents. My grandmother didn't let my grandfather in the kitchen for lunch or dinner but when it came to breakfast he was in his element. I can still remember the two of them sharing a moment in the kitchen in the mornings as my sister and I raced down the hall and through the kitchen to the den. When it comes to love it's the little things like cooking breakfast or sending a postcard that make for the sweetest memories.
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I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for my review.