The perfect book for readers who want a quick, feel good novel. Arthur Mason visits his wife’s grave daily at lunch time. Often when he is there, so is Maddy, a sad-looking teenager. Arthur tries to speak to her, eventually does, and they soon form a connection. Arthur also feels a bond with his next door neighbor, Lucille, a retired school teacher who has never married and bakes the most delicious concoctions. This unlikely trio learn the true meaning of family, friendship and love.
The Story of Arthur Truluv was a bit too sweet and neatly tied together for me, but a lot of people will find it heart-warming and satisfying.
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Sounds too sweet for me too. Happy Thanksgiving, Nancy. Myrna😍