The Sweet Magnolias is now a Netflix Original Series!
From #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Sherryl Woods
For the Sweet Magnolias, friendship lasts a lifetime…
Maddie Townsend might live in a town called Serenity and have the best friends a woman could ask for, but her life is overturned when her husband leaves her for a younger woman. With her three children heartbroken from the change, Maddie has a lot to contend with. On top of it all, after years outside the workforce, she must dust off her business skills to take charge of her best friends’ newest project—planning the town’s only fitness spa for women.
When her son’s developing anger issues begin to affect his passion for baseball, Maddie knows she must step in to help. She didn’t expect to develop feelings for her son’s coach, the handsome Cal Maddox, and to learn he has feelings for her, too. But gossip travels quickly in a small town, and Maddie and Cal’s relationship may threaten both their reputations and careers.
Then again, he could be the one man in all of South Carolina who can help her find serenity after all.
Read the Sweet Magnolias Series by Sherryl Woods:
Book One: Stealing Home
Book Two: A Slice of Heaven
Book Three: Feels Like Family
Book Four: Welcome to Serenity
Book Five: Home in Carolina
Book Six: Sweet Tea at Sunrise
Book Seven: Honeysuckle Summer
Book Eight: Midnight Promises
Book Nine: Catching Fireflies
Book Ten: Where Azaleas Bloom
Book Eleven: Swan Point
Bonus: The Sweet Magnolias Cookbook
Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis). The film stars Mark Harmon, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis, William McNamara, and Jodie Foster (in an extended cameo appearance). The movie focuses on a failed baseball player, Billy Wyatt (Harmon), who discovers that his childhood sweetheart, Katie Chandler (Foster), has committed suicide. Billy must confront the past via reminiscence and nostalgia, while also dealing with grief, as he embarks on a journey to fulfill one Katie's last wishes: that he spread her ashes. Stealing Home was released theatrically on August 26, 1988 by Warner Bros. Upon release the film was a critical and commercial failure, although David Foster's musical score garnered universal praise. Over the years, however, it has garnered a cult film status with television re-runs and DVD releases with audiences praising its pace, nostalgic themes and soundtrack. ..
Such a happy story; I enjoyed reading this book after reading so many deep books about killing and death. I want to read other books by this author! Thank you for providing such Happy books for your readers! 55