A house full of memories
Beautifully written with warmth and understanding
A story with heart......
Lovely, easy to read and heartfelt
Magnolia House - A Must Read!
"…Pauline illustrates how a novel can be a page-turner without having to be action-packed."
"I liked that the ending was not in the slightest bit predictable…"
"A delightful tale of people interconnected with the selling of a house."
"I admit to having a few tears whilst reading this book. It is one I would recommend."
"Magnolia House is a gentle story told with real warmth and understanding of human nature, the good, the bad and the often misunderstood."
"What Pauline has written here is an amazing emotional story wrapped in so much sorrow but with the faintest hint of hope as you turn each page."
"Magnolia House is a beautiful story about families and how one tragedy can set in motion events that will change the lives of those involved in the selling and buying of Jane Leonard’s home."
When tragedy strikes the Leonard family instead of standing together as a united family they are instead bitterly divided. Jane Leonard’s gift, of less than a year earlier, of fifty percent of her house to her only son is now the cause of her imminent homelessness. The home she had not only lived in for five decades, but had conceived and brought her two children into the world and watched them grow, is now the centre of a hostile sale. Magnolia House must now be sold and the proceeds divided.
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