Waverley Family
Books in series2
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  • 1
    Garden Spells | Sarah Addison Allen

    Garden Spells

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By Sarah Addison Allen
    • Narrated By Susan Ericksen
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    (1250)
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    The Waverleys have always been a curious family, endowed with peculiar gifts that make them outsiders even in their hometown of Bascom, North Carolina. Even their garden has a reputation, famous for its feisty apple tree that bears prophetic fruit, and its edible flowers, imbued with special powers.

    Generations of Waverleys tended this garden. Their history was in the soil. But so were their futures.

    Together again in the house they grew up in, the Waverley sisters realize they must deal with their common legacy - if they are ever to feel at home in Bascom - or with each other.

    Magical

    I just loved it! The author is so beautifully descriptive and the narrator was just perfect. I loved the scents from the Waverley garden and kitchen...Show More »

    Reviewed on August 26 2008 by Jinkies (NYC)
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    First Frost | Sarah Addison Allen

    First Frost

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Sarah Addison Allen
    • Narrated By Susan Ericksen
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    Autumn has finally arrived in the small town of Bascom, North Carolina, heralded by a strange old man appearing with a beat-up suitcase. He has stories to tell, stories that could change the lives of the Waverley women forever. But the Waverleys have enough trouble on their hands. Quiet Claire Waverley has started a successful new venture, Waverley's Candies, but it's nothing like she thought it would be, and it's slowly taking over her life.

    Not as good as Garden Spells

    I have read this series because First Frost is this month's selection for my local library book club. The earlier novel, Garden Spells, centered arou..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 15 2015 by Spirit Wandering (Maine Highlands, USA)