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The Lesson: Honey Suckle Chronicles Book 2
Review: The Lesson
The Lesson: Honey Suckle Chronicles Book 2 picks up right where the plan left off. Lola comes back to Pelford County 20 years after the horrible murders of dozens of Pelford County residents.
After her and her daughter arrive she realized the town is just the way she left it. Friendly, sociable and town gissop never ends. What she failed to realized is that everyone thinks she is a hero for saving the county and riding it of the most horrific person who ever stepped foot in Pelford County. After 20 years they town has mourned, recouped and began to live a normal life again. But that soon changes. Lola is back and so is her enemy!
An unbelievable twist with an ending that will leave you waiting for the 3rd book!
Why I Enjoyed The Lesson
The Lesson was a great addition to The Honey Suckle Chronicles that picked up right where the first book, The Plan, left off. Lola went back to her home town 20 years after the horrific murders and history repeats itself with the son of Mode Lee. Just as evil as his father, his plots to deliver evil come forth with an unbelievable ending.
With the narration by Lily Pelford who died nearly 120 years earlier, the quest to find out who kills her leaves Charlize, Lola's daughter, growing up well before her time and discovering the truth about some of the finest citizens in Pelford County and their heritage.
Great plot! Great ending! Great book! Can't wait for the 3rd book of The Honey Suckle Chronicles to be published.
The Lesson: Honey Suckles Chronicles Book 2
Currently the The Lesson is only available on Amazon and from W. Charlene Ammons herself.
My Favorite Line in The Lesson:
That will go over like a turd
in a punch bowl.
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