Review: Saving Savannah by Sandra Hill


A Tante Lulu Adventure
Bell Bridge Books
September 30, 2012

When Tante Lulu decides to matchmake, matches are made. But this time, her meddling Cajun charm will be put to the test . . . 

For five years Savannah Jones thought Special Forces Captain Matthew Carrington died in Afghanistan. For five years he thought she’d rejected him—thanks to his mother’s interception of the letter she wrote to him as he left on his tour of duty. Now she’s struggling to re-build a life for herself and their daughter, Katie, despite the devastation Katrina wrought on New Orleans. Thanks to Tante Lulu and her police-officer great-nephew, Tee-John, Savannah and Matthew are about to be reunited. Will Tante Lulu’s bayou wisdom and sassy attitude be able to turn their broken relationship into a loving gumbo? 

How can you not love a book that has Tante Lulu in it? For those of you who haven't read a book by Sandra Hill, then you are really missing out. She writes, books that grab your heart and make you laugh. Saving Savannah is such a touching story. You feel so bad for Savannah. She has been feed so many lies. You also have to feel for Matt too, he's been through more than a person should be. But not to worry, Tante Lulu and St. Jude will fix it so that they both will have some happiness in their lives. There is other books in this series that you really should check out. I think if you like funny, sweet contemporaries you'll enjoy this story and all her others. Happy reading!  


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