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Love And Peaches [Paperback]

Jodi Lynn Anderson
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Nov. 16 2009 Peaches

After a not-quite-peachy year apart, three Georgia peaches come home to Darlington Orchard

When Murphy chose New York City, she left her first love behind. Now, a summer in Bridgewater means trading subway trains for pickup trucks and facing the boy she turned her back on.

Leeda expects her trip home to be over faster than her new Manhattan boyfriend can hail a cab—until a surprising inheritance saddles her with a huge responsibility.

Birdie's heart led her all the way to Mexico, and heartbreak brings her back to the orchard. But when the Darlington family decides to leave peach trees for palm trees, Birdie gets a crash course in letting go—and learning when to hold on.

Together for another juicy summer, carefree Murphy, perfect Leeda, and big-hearted Birdie return to the place that allowed them to bloom. Brimming with all the charm, humor, and heart of Peaches and The Secrets of Peaches, this satisfying conclusion to the series reunites three unlikely best friends for a final sweet farewell.

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Jodi Lynn Anderson is the New York Times bestselling author of Peaches, The Secrets of Peaches, Love and Peaches, Tiger Lily, and the popular May Bird trilogy. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and an endless parade of stray pets.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Courtesy of Teens Read Too Dec 17 2008
Murphy and Leeda plan on traveling home for the summer, Murphy to escape city life and Leeda to listen to her grandmother's will.

Leeda expects to be gone within two weeks, back to the city and her boyfriend. The reading of the will changes her plans and potentially her life's direction.

Murphy's trying to run away from her feelings about a certain boy she left behind at the end of last summer. Will she see him again this year and, if she does, what is there left to say?

Birdie didn't plan on coming home this summer. Recently engaged, she decided to spend her time in Mexico. But on a whim, she rushes home, breaking things off with Enrico. Then she hears the news that her father plans on selling the orchard and its decrepit house to retire. Her heart breaks twice over the summer and she desperately needs something to help her heal.

Together the girls have one more summer on the orchard while they deal with their lives in separate ways. Friendship, love, and survival guide the girls together.

Jodi Lynn Anderson wraps up her amazing trilogy wonderfully, leaving readers fully satisfied.

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5.0 out of 5 stars just peachy! Nov. 2 2008
By Meagan - Published on
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If you enjoyed the first 2 you will definitely love this one!

This was a great end to the Peaches series. I have enjoyed all 3 of the Peaches books and hated to see them end, but was very satisfied with the way it ended. There was some surprises and some things that I saw favorite was how Leeda's story was wrapped up...her finding herself. Murphy's story wrapped up with a happy surprise and offered a new side of her. Birdie's, while probably the saddest of the 3, still ended well. And I loved the new characters that were introduced and also the back-story on Leeda's gradmom.

Super book...I would recommend!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Love and Peaches June 5 2009
By Runa - Published on
Love and Peaches is just like the rest of the series--extremely slow paced, but with some good storylines here and there. It's not amazing, but not bad either. I feel like the characters reached their emotional growth potentials a long time ago, and a lot of this was just reaching, trying to stretch them as far as she could. I honestly think Jodi Lynn Anderson would have had a great book if she'd smushed all three books into one, making for a fast-paced, exciting, and dramatic read. For once, it was Birdie's story that I found extremely boring. She was previously the one character whose story I liked. This time around, both Murphy and surprisingly, Leeda, were the interesting ones. Murphy's doing the same old Murphy thing, so her ending was pretty much the greatest thing ever. Leeda actually did grow as a character for once, or maybe it was in her all along, but it was great to see a mature Leeda who cared about something other than herself. I do thank Anderson for caring enough about her characters and readers to put in a sweet little epilogue.

Rating: 3.5/5
4.0 out of 5 stars Good to finish the series June 12 2014
By AnyssaRoberts - Published on
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I started the Peaches series in high school and wanted to finish it before I graduated college (was having a slow summer leading up to my study abroad trip.) Nonetheless, I was looking for the kind of funny, observant and well-written coming-of-age novel I had found the previous Peaches book, and found it this third novel.
I won't give too much away, so I will leave with these three things:
1. Was a good, fast read
2. Gives closure to the three main characters in the book
3. If you're wondering if this will be better than the 1st or 2nd book, I just have to ask when is the 3rd book ever better than the 1st or 2nd. Really?
I hope this helps anyone on the fence about buying it :-)
4.0 out of 5 stars Who doesn't like peaches? March 8 2014
By Keely S. - Published on
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I am a sucker for friendship stories. I'll admit it.

The whole peaches series is probably one of my favorite series. This review is for all three books in the series.

I love all three main characters, I love the setting, I love the side characters, I love their problems, and I love how all of those things just wrap up in a story together.

Birdie is the glue who holds everyone together, and Lena & Murphy are these two chaotic forces with problems neither of them really know how to fix.

I really liked how flawed each character is, and how they each hole themselves up inside themselves, but somehow when they're together they see beneath that.

The settings are amazing, suited to each girl's personality, yet they all come together at the orchard.

The side characters don't seem like minor characters because they each are full of personality.

Romance in this is not a major event, nor is it minor, which I liked because it shows that the girls do care about having a relationships, but their relationship is not the only subject of their life.

Finally I love how each girl grows, and how they each start to gain little tidbits of each others personality, whether that is good or bad.

All in all this series will fill you with such good, and sweet feelings.

I wouldn't say it is a deep read, nor would I say it was light as the girls do have problems.

I would say it is the perfect book series to read for a car ride, because it gives you a really good feeling at the end because not everything goes perfectly, not everything wraps up neatly, yet just enough good things happen that you are satisfied.

The only reason I gave it four stars is because it could have had more depth, I think deep reads are my favorite, as they make me think more. But I think it would've compromised some of the happy, sweet, light feeling during this book, and that is one of the reasons I liked it so much.
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing Honesty Oct. 15 2013
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I am a senior citizen but I love the refreshing innocence and honesty of this "Peaches" series. Ms. Anderson is frank and honest and her characters are quite unpredictable. I am a writer. So, when I read, I want to be pleasantly surprised at every turn, and Ms. Anderson did not disappoint. Every female reading this series will find that a "Peaches girl" is still living, laughing and loving inside every one of us.
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