Sunday, August 7, 2016

Home to Cedar Branch: A Review

Katie has made a mistake and must face the consequences, but they may be more than she's willing to face. Her family torn apart, she moves home to Cedar Branch with her two teenagers, finding a job waiting tables at the Quaker Café.  Surrounded by the good people of Cedar Branch, she makes a go at a new life until her past hits her square in the face. The resulting turmoil puts not just Katie at risk.

This book is the second in the Quaker Café series, but could be read as a stand alone. Suspenseful enough to keep the reader on the edge of his or her seat, the novel is a delight for readers.

The interesting addition of an introduction into some of the beliefs of the Quaker faith helped add to the story. I was disappointed and somewhat surprised by some of the language used in the book.

I would recommend this book to those interested in suspense. I'd give this book 3.5 stars.

I received free access to this book through and am posting this review on their website.  I receive no compensation from Amazon for using their link with the book information.
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