Reviewed by Karin
Illustrations by Amanda Cass.
It was given to me by LRP for review.
I’m not quite sure who Dodinsky is, but his Facebook page is popular.
A friend saw me reading this book, picked it up and read it herself and thought she might buy several copies for gifts. It has a very eye catching cover design that is bright and cheery.
Each page is a light, but is full of deep inspiration, some deeper than others:
Consider your heart a cocoon from which dreams emerge like butterflies to wander in the garden.
I hope that when you count the stars, you begin with yourself.
Do not let your shadow walk you. You are not a slave of the past.
This is a very sweet book, which charming illustrations, very suitable for gifts.
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Karin likes solidly written romances that are heavy on the romantic suspense. She loves it when the good guy triumphs over the bad guy. She’s not a fan of historical period romances in general, a duke in tight breeches makes her grimace. That said, she will read one every now and then to shake things up so long as she can immediately return to the land of contemporary crime solving heroes and heroines.