The Mama Tree Reviews

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Having read the first two books—Hanahatchee and Lovesong of the Chinaberry Man—set in Julia Springs, Georgia, I had to find out what happens next. Some returning characters and some new ones, the story is as familiar as honeysuckle in spring, yet so exciting and unpredictable you refuse to move from the couch until you finish.

Although this is the third, you can read it or any of the others as stand-alone novels. O’Keefe has done a remarkable job and deserves great success. I am in awe of her ability to weave an intricate story that does not falter. Bravo!

  • CJ Loiacono