Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Under The Sassafras by Hattie Mae

I received an opportunity to read Under the Sassafras by Hattie Mae. I must say that this was a really sweet story about love and learning to trust again.

Joelette Benoit and her sons find an injured man in the swamp and take him back to their home. They help him nurse him back to somewhat health. After all, he can't remember who he is or where he came from. Joelette and her family take care of him, and he slowly worms his way into their hearts.

Joelette is a stubborn, strong-willed cajun woman who has been hurt in the past. So, he's a bit leery when it comes to the man. Poor guy, can't remember who he is, so they end up calling him Mansir. Mansir starts to tear down their fortress around their hearts. Even though Mansir would like to know where he came from, but at the same time he's a little afraid of what he might remember.

Overall, a wholesome read. A sweet story about two people learning to trust once again and healing past scars. So, if you are looking for a clean sweet read, you might want to give Under the Sassafras a try.

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