"Miss Ruth was a lady. And a lady always knows when to leav
"Miss Ruth was a lady. And a lady always knows when to leave." -- from Fried Green Tomatoes by Fannie Flagg This is what comes to my mind when I think of the Bradford series and Just What I Need. Now, of course, it means something different for Miss Erin than Miss Ruth, but can be applied to her Bradford series. Miss Erin is a lady, and she knew it was time for the Bradfords to leave. I am left sad and happy and wondering. Sounds like a pretty amazing author to me. As always, Erin's voice is comforting to me. I absolutely feel as though I am part of the "group" and everyone has sat me down and given me the details of their lives. I want to pull out my hot chocolate and cinnamon buns and hear it all again. The story is set at Dooley's wedding but we quickly find out that there is a whole lot more going on with our Bradford gang. From weddings to babies to adoptions to pregnacy announcements. We are left knowing that all are truly living their happily ever after and it's time for us to say good-bye. Thank you Erin Nicholas, it was an AMAZING (and I mean AMAZING) ride. Please understand that this is an epilogue. You will need to invest in this series to fully grasp how absolutely wonderful Just What I Need is.
June 16, 2013
While I am sad to see this series end. I love the way it was wr
While I am sad to see this series end. I love the way it was wrapped up. Each time I read one of the books in this series I thought how awesome would it be to have a group of friends like this. So glad they will have children that will grow up together and hopefully have the same type of bond this group of friends has. Can't wait to read the next series from this author
March 14, 2013
What a fantastic story! This is an epilogue to the Bradfords se
What a fantastic story! This is an epilogue to the Bradfords series and it’s a great story. I loved seeing an update on all the couples to find out what’s happening in all their lives. I really like how Erin makes her characters seem so alive that you can picture everything that is happening as you are reading. I cannot wait to read more of Erin’s books.