Friday, February 19, 2021

Book Review and Giveaway: The Memory Keeper

By Cindy Roesel

Plans for Hannah Townsend’s 35th birthday celebrations are about to be sidelined. In bestselling author, Jenny Hale’s new novel, THE MEMORY KEEPER (Harpeth Road Press) plans for a special trip to Barbados are cancelled when she sees her boyfriend kissing another woman and a snowstorm moves into New York City shutting down all airports. While waiting to decide what’s next, she gets a call from mom telling her 95-year-old grandmother is really sick in Franklin, Tennessee and she must come at once.

What’s a girl to do? She cries for a bit before realizing she has to ride share with someone, anyone. Of course, she meets two fellow stranded companions and they’re off to Tennessee. Turns out Liam is an old sort-of friend from high school going to pick up his son, Noah. Georgia is searching for her birth parents and carries around a friendly chihuahua named Jerry in a purse.

Once in Franklin, Hannah sees how frail her gran is and she learns her flower shop, The Memory Keeper, has fallen into disarray.

“Every time I create a bouquet for someone, I’m creating a memory.”

Author Jenny Hale is known for writing heart-warming stories about close-knit friends and families. Her feel good romance novels make you just want to sit down with a cup of hot chocolate and read. THE MEMORY KEEPER is a warm and fuzzy that hooked me at the start. Her characters are the kind of delightful people you’d love to know. Two of Jenny’s novels have been adapted into Hallmark Channel original movies. I for one, would love to see a movie made of her new novel, THE MEMORY KEEPER.

Thanks to Author Marketing Experts for the book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Jenny Hale for sharing THREE signed copies with our readers!

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22 comments:

Melissa said...

Family vacations during my youth,

traveler said...

Memorable memory of growing up during the wonderful era of the 1950's in a large city with the fascinating historical areas, cultural venues and the freedom of being out on your own everyday. Walks, biking, parks, skating and much more.

Rita Wray said...

I would like to always remember my visit to Australia before my dad passed away.

Nancy said...

I would like to keep memories of my family as long as possible.


Nancy
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Anonymous said...

Karen B
Memories of my family and the good times we had together.
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Bernice Kennedy said...

I would like to remember the happy times when I was growing up with my family and then the memories of starting my own family and events.

Mary C said...

The last family gathering with my parents.

Mary Preston said...

My children being born.

Jeanne said...

All the wonderful things my husband and I did the summer before cancer took him.

Reneelmc said...

Traveling to family reunions in Kansas with my grandparents. My grandfather was 1 of 12 siblings and we would have large family gatherings in Kansas every year when I was a teenager. Still keep in touch with a lot of my family ❤️

dstoutholcomb said...

the family vacations from when our kids were little.

bn100 said...

family vacations

Linda Kish said...

I work to keep all memories of my sister alive as much and as long as I can.

Mary Patricia Bird said...

The very few vacations I have had alone with my husband over the past couple of years after being together for 28 years. It took forever to get those vacations and they were well worth the wait.

Unknown said...

I have very fond memories as a child and teen going to family reunions when our family outnumbered 100 people.

Nancy P said...

The memories of all the times I spent with my kids when they were still little.

Peggy Russo said...

Memories of my children growing up.

Dianna said...

The memory of going to Disneyworld with my family when the kids were small. We enjoyed it so much!

Kelley said...

The memory of my parents.

Julie C said...

My wedding and the birth of my children

Annmarie Weeks said...

I hope I always remember the good times I spent with my grandmother at the beach!

Tatum Rangel said...

My first, solo trip to New York. :)