Love from the Heart of the Home

Love from the Heart of the Home

A Book Review By Brenda Hyde

Love from the Heart of the Home

By Susan Branch, Published by Little, Brown

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Love from the Heart of the Home is delightful from the cover to cover. Gift books, while beautiful, are often superficial, relying mostly on pretty pictures and text, but Susan Branch gives us substance PLUS charming illustrations that reach out and capture our creativity and imagination. You'll find:

  • Quotations of love
  • The meaning of flowers
  • A romantic menu for two
  • A whimsical love potion
  • An all chocolate menu
  • 2 romantic breakfast menus
  • Strawberry desserts
  • Romantic decorations and home decor
  • Poetry

You'll also find lists galore on subjects connected to love and romance. Each page is overflowing with tidbits, delightful illustrations and beautiful text...some so tiny that you don't see them until your second or third viewing of the book. This makes it a gift that will be treasured AND read again and again.

Love from the Heart of the Home is a gift for families, for couples and for anyone who believes that love is grand, whimsical and should be demonstrated each day in our homes, not just on special occasions.

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Read reviews of Susan Branch's Christmas Memories and Girlfriends Forever


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