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Lavender and Old Lace

Lavender and Old Lace by Myrtle Reed
By: (1874-1911)

Lavender and Old Lace by Myrtle Reed is a charming and heartwarming story that follows the lives of two elderly sisters, Deborah and Letitia, who run a quaint bed and breakfast in a small village. The sisters are beloved by the townspeople for their kindness and generosity, as well as their delicious lavender-scented baked goods.

The book takes readers on a journey through the ups and downs of life in the village, as the sisters navigate family relationships, community gossip, and unexpected romances. Reed's writing is sweet and engaging, drawing readers in with its cozy atmosphere and lovable characters.

One of the highlights of the book is the strong bond between Deborah and Letitia, whose sisterly love and support shines through in every page. Their unwavering care for each other and for their guests is truly inspiring, and reminds readers of the importance of family and friendship.

Overall, Lavender and Old Lace is a delightful read that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. It's a perfect choice for anyone looking for a touching and uplifting story to brighten their day.

Book Description:

“Jane Hathaway and her niece, Ruth Thorne, have never met. Jane invites Ruth for a visit, but leaves before Ruth comes. Ruth agrees to come to Jane for quiet and rest. When Ruth arrives, the maid gives her a letter from her aunt. In the letter, Aunt Jane does not tell Ruth anything about her trip abroad but insists that Ruth light an oil lamp in the attic each night. Very soon, the all together forgotten past and the steady present are united.”

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Reviews (Rated: 2 Stars - 1 review)

Reviewer: - July 6, 2014
Listening to chapter 6 and have to quit. The reader speaks too fast and with minimal expression. There is no time to absorb the characters or what is happening. I am sorry to complain since she is a volunteer, but I cannot enjoy the author's story.

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