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The art of arranging flowers / Lynne Branard

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Material Type
Book
Author
Branard, Lynne.
Publication Info.
New York : Berkley Books, 2014.

Details

Edition
Berkley trade paperback edition.
Description
311 pages ; 21 cm
Note
Includes readers guide.
Summary
"A moving and eloquent novel about love, grief, renewal-and the powerful language of flowers. Ruby Jewell knows flowers. In her twenty years as a florist she has stood behind the counter at the Flower Shoppe with her faithful dog, Clementine, resting at her feet. A customer can walk in, and with just a glance or a few words, Ruby can throw together the perfect arrangement for any occasion. Whether intended to rekindle a romance, mark a celebration, offer sympathy, or heal a broken heart, her expressive floral designs mark the moments and milestones in the lives of her neighbors. It's as though she knows just what they want to say, just what they need. Yet Ruby's own heart's desires have gone ignored since the death of her beloved sister. It will take an invitation from a man who's flown to the moon, the arrival of a unique little boy, and concern from a charming veterinarian to reawaken her wounded spirit. Any life can be derailed, but the healing power of community can put it right again. READERS GUIDE INSIDE"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject
Florists -- Fiction.
Single women -- Fiction.
Flower arrangement -- Fiction.
Flower language -- Fiction.
Community life -- Fiction.
Washington (State) -- Fiction.
FICTION / Contemporary Women.
FICTION / General.
Genre/Form
Psychological fiction.
Love stories.
Christian fiction.
ISBN
9780425272718 paperback
0425272710 paperback