Review:the regrets of Cyrus Dodd by bette Lee Crosby

The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

 

Bette Lee Crosby

 

Received from author for a fair review

 

THE REGRETS OF CYRUS DODD hooked me from the very first page. I started it last night and finished it today. Someone please tell me how an author like Bette Lee Crosby who happens to be from New Jersey gets the southern charm and feelings down so perfectly? I’ve read many of her books and I still don’t know how she does it, but she nails it each and every time. THE REGRETS OF CYRUS DODD is book four of the Wyattsville series and I loved each and every moment of this story.

 
Cyrus remembers those years known as the Depression. He was a newlywed and wanted to give his bride, Ruth, the best of everything. But then he had a fight with his neighbor over a piglet and the fight would go on for many many years. Many years later and after many heartaches, they find themselves in Wyattsville. There we are able to catch up with all our friends from the previous books in this wonderful series. THE REGRETS OF CYRUS DODD kept me reaching for the tissues, wondering how Ruth and Cyrus found the strength to carry on.

 
I just adore the way Bette Lee Crosby brings all of her characters to life. I felt as if I were right there at the kitchen table discussing the days happenings with Cyrus and Ruth. I love how Bette’s writing paints a picture in my mind of the location and all the characters she writes about. She sneaks in the life lessons and we don’t even realize she is she teaching us
that we should be kind and caring to each other. I love the way Ruth pulled Cyrus out of his funk each time he worried about all of his regrets teaching him that his biggest regret would be not to see the present as a gift. No one is perfect, we all make mistakes. THE REGRETS OF CYRUS DODD will stay with you long after you finish reading.

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