REVIEW: “Godmother” by Carolyn Turgeon

This was a good story. I loved the description of the bookstore where Lil worked. Heck, the descriptions of everything throughout the book were very vivid, making you feel like you smell, touch, or taste what was being described. And, I cared about Lil, and her predicament.

The ending of this book was something I didn’t see coming. I should’ve — had I been paying more attention — but I didn’t. Either way, it was still good, and I’m okay with how things turned out. It makes sense.

Recommended.

Rated: B-

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