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Read The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder eBook Ç Hardcover á planthireinbath ☆  “Rebecca Wells has done it againA new book full of Southern charm and uniue charactersimpossible to put down”—Houston Chronicle“Wells weaves that magic spell again”— New Orleans Times Picayune “Rebecca Wells has done it againA new book full of Southern charm and uniue charactersimpossible to put down” Houston Chronicle“Wells weaves that magic spell again” New Orleans Times PicayuneFor Ya Ya fans everywhere New York Times Say what you will about schmaltz but I think Wells is a good storyteller I don't expect her to produce haute literature I don't expect her books to address the great problems of the ageI just want a good story and I got oneI admit being the jaded character I am if a piece of writing can make me tear up I'll give it a thumbs up It may be a cheap shot on Wells' part to zero in on a woman's emotions but hey she's a woman tooWhat's wrong with a good old fashioned love tale anyway We don't have enough of those having been subjected to religious thriller relic hunting adventure seeking novels for the past fill in the blank yearsMaybe I'm being a little defensive but Calla Lilly was good very good Why Because I said so

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Bestselling author Rebecca Wells returns with The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder The creator of the literary sensations Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood Little Altars Everywhere and Ya Yas in Bloom delivers an unforgettable new st Fans of Wells'tales of the ya ya sisterhood will like this book If it had been written by a new come out author it would have been sent back to editing In parts the writing is lyrical and in others just hurried and choppy The story which can be moving in sections can become just downright preach y in others It seems that the author had a beginning point and an end point and was going to get to it in the pre subscibed number of pages without regard to flow and therefore you never just fall into the book and ride along with it It has potential and some wonderful momentshowever for me it just misses

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The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily PonderAnd alone novel about the pull of first love the power of home and everyday magic No matter if you already adore the Ya Yas or haven’t yet entered the miraculous world of Rebecca Wells you are going to love and never forget Calla Lily Ponde Sappy schmultzy overly sentimental just a few words to describe this novel It's what I think of when people want a beach read or something akin to chick lit That being said I did in fact read the whole thing There was something in the descriptions of the setting the development of at least the main character that kept me interested Wells' descriptions of this small thoughtful riverside town of La Luna Louisiana actually made me interested in going to the south and seeing those huge plantation houses the trees blooming with flowers and figs and pears and just the very Southern ways of these people minus the negative parts of course I didn't read Ya Ya Sisterhood but I loved the movie and I can see this being a decent movie once you cut out the sappy schmultzy overly sentimental dialogue and crap