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Reading the Sweet Oak
Jan Stites

Lake Union Publishing
October 2015
On Sale: September 29, 2015
Featuring: Ruby; Tulsa; BJ
ISBN: 1503945154
EAN: 9781503945159
Kindle: B00TJ4XMIK
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Women's Fiction

Along the banks of the Sweet Oak River, deep in the heart of the Ozarks, a romance novel book club takes five women on stunning journeys of self-discovery.

After losing first her husband, then her daughter, seventy-eight-year-old grandmother Ruby wants to teach her risk-averse granddaughter, Tulsa, that some leaps are worth taking, no matter how high the potential fall. Tulsa loves her grandmother dearly, but she has a business to run and no time for romanceónot even the paperback version. But when Ruby ropes her into a book club, Tulsa canít bring herself to disappoint the woman who raised her.

Together with Rubyís best friend, Pearl, as well as family friends BJ and Jen, the women embark on an exploration of modern-day love guided by written tales of romance. What they discover is a beautiful story that examines the bonds of friendship and the highs and lows of love in all its forms.

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