Laughter is the Best Medicine!

Have you ever had a book, that you have read more than once?  The books that have such superb characters that you want to know them. Storylines so marvelous, you wish you could blink your eyes and live there. Books so wonderful, you smile even before you start reading; and can’t put it down, as if your fingers are glued to the pages of the book. If you know what I am taking about then, Jen Turano’s second book, In Good Company, is for you. 🙂  The majority of the books I have read, I like.  However, there are a selected few that I remember so much that I want to read over and over and over again. 🙂  Mark of the Lion series by Francine Rivers and Diamond of the Rockies series by Kristen Heitzman are two of my favorite series. After a Fashion and In Good Company are two that I would add to my list. 

In my personal opinion the characters are what makes this book, excellent. Millie Longfellow is back in her own spunky way. She is a delightful person, who really does have the best intentions in mind. Her methods as a nanny might not be accepted by others, however, you will be rooting for her halfway through the book. Everett Mulberry, the poor man doesn’t know the first thing about taking care of one child, much less three. He may make poor choices, but give him time, he is a man and he can’t help it.  There are the favorites from the last book such as Lucetta Plum, Abigail Hart, and the Reverend. I can’t say too much because you will just have to read the book for yourself. You will not be disappointed.

Please take the time to pick this book up, you will not regret it!

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