Book Review: The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen
Josey Cirrinni recieves some unexpected help with a problem she didn’t realize she had and meets Chloe Finley in the process helping her as well. So far i have read 3 of Sarah Addison Allen’s books and have not been disappointed.
Another book filled with friendships and magic. Imagine a book appearing next to you on the couch addressing a problem you might not even realize you had! Chloe and Josey help each other with their problems another’s mind is set at ease allowing her to move on to the next step in her journey.
Josey turned her head as her bedroom door began to open. Then, in a small act that changed everything, Josey reached over and pushed the closet door closed as her mother entered the room.
Josey’s decision that morning set in motion things that she could never have imagined.
i was not surprised at the end of the book when the final outcome was reached, but getting to that outcome made for a wonderful story.
You can find out more about Sarah and her books at her website: http://www.sarahaddisonallen.com/the_peach_keeper.htmlTags: books, family, friendship, Sarah Addison Allen, The Sugar Queen