I've looked forward to novels by Sheila Walsh for a couple of years now and I've enjoyed each one with their touching stories. This is the first one that I've felt differently about. This didn't live up to the expectations that I had for it. The story is forgettable. I finished it over the weekend and truthfully can't even remember the names of the characters now (it's Monday!) I didn't think that the whole willow tree thing hit as hard as the authors planned for it to, it seemed like they really wanted it to have an impact on the reader, but in my mind's eye it was predictable.
It was easy reading, however, and I was able to get through it rather quickly. It isn't one that I'd recommend though. It just didn't have substance to it.
This book was provided for review by Booksneeze.