Willow's Way (The Sweet Life #2)

Willow's Way (The Sweet Life #2)

The breathtaking promise of the English countryside can lift even the heaviest spirits... Willow Armstrong, the once-famous ?Queen of Weight Loss? and president of Pound Busters, succumbed to stress eating after her divorce. Now the scandal of getting caught on camera binging on pizza, and the internet-wide mocking of her new curves, may destroy her career. Add in a busine The breathtaking promise of the English countryside can lift even the heaviest spirits... Willow Armstrong, t...

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Title:Willow's Way (The Sweet Life #2)
Author:Sharon Struth
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B07465L9HP
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:275 pages pages

Willow's Way (The Sweet Life #2) Reviews

  • Janga
    Apr 07, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

  • Marti
    Apr 15, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

  • Lynne Spreen
    Mar 11, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

  • Karen
    Feb 16, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

  • Kathleen
    May 02, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

  • Terri-Lynne DeFino
    Mar 05, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

  • Teresa
    May 10, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

  • Natasha
    Mar 02, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

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  • Amanda
    Mar 27, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

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  • Diane
    May 16, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

  • Pat
    Mar 06, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

  • Sally
    Mar 22, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

  • Nicole
    Mar 01, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

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    I received this book for free from the author/publisher in response for an honest review of the book. I have not had the opportunity to read this book at this time. I will add my review of this book once I have read the book. Thank k you for allowing me the optometrist review your w...

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  • Andrea
    Apr 26, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

  • Amy
    Apr 10, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

  • Dixie Brown
    Apr 02, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

  • Nicola
    Apr 10, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

  • InD'tale Magazine
    Jun 12, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

  • Marsha Lambert
    May 06, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

  • Kathleen Gray
    Apr 06, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

  • Cathy
    Mar 15, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

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  • Vicky
    Apr 17, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

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    I received this book for free from the author/publisher in response for an honest review of the book. I have not had the opportunity to read this book at this time. I will add my review of this book once I have read the book. Thank k you for allowing me the optometrist review your w...

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  • Debee Sue
    Feb 28, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

    ...

  • Yvonne Gilbert
    Mar 12, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

  • Kristina lyboult
    May 30, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

  • Clipinchick
    May 07, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

    I actually rate this book 3.5 Stars. A story of a woman who started a company from scratch and patterned her life after it?s philosophies. Her life took a sharp turn after some devastating news and she?s looking for something to give her direction. An old run down house, inherited ...

    I received this as an ARC ?Up to Sharon Struth. This was such a good , Tear jerker, romantic book. Willow had such a hard life growing up being picked on about her weight. When she meets Owen he like her for who she is , it doesn't matter if she is bigger. At first Willow thinks ...

    This is a straightforward read with interesting characters the reader finds it easy to care about. Good character arcs for the mains. I liked the theme of appreciation for who we are. The lesson of the story was that we should strive to be our best but with self-acceptance at our core,...

    This book was great. Easy to read, it made me feel as if I were in the English countryside. A body image struggle, financial problems, an unexpected inheritance. An intriguing man and his daughter along with their dog. I loved the heart and soul of the main characters in this book. ...

    This story is amazingly true to life, filled with funny and poignant moments. Read full review in the 2018 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. ...

    The second book in Struth?s The Sweet Life series is filled with finely drawn characters who will win readers? hearts, internal conflicts that foster growth in Willow and, to a lesser degree, in Owen, and a setting so expertly rendered that the reader dreams of signing up for a Ja...

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    I received this book for free from the author/publisher in response for an honest review of the book. I have not had the opportunity to read this book at this time. I will add my review of this book once I have read the book. Thank k you for allowing me the optometrist review your w...

  • Kathy
    May 18, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

  • Rhonda
    Apr 16, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

  • Robyn Gaye-Murphy
    May 29, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...

    I was excited to come across this book, because I really liked Sharon Struth's previous Sweet Life book, which is the inaugural book in the series. (And I do hope that more of these are in the works!) There is a quick nod to the first book, but the two are completely separate from each...

    This is a really sweet story. The kind our hearts need now and then. The setting is an old rundown house with a cottage on the property. Right now that cottage has a widower with a daughter and a neat and funny grandmother living there. Will they be able to continue doing so? The house...

    Things are not going well for Willow Armstrong. She was once dubbed the 'Queen of Weightloss', founded and was the President of weightloss company Pound Busters. Then life happened, she took to stress eating following her divorce only to find herself publicly shamed and then her busine...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth This is a lovely novel. Absolutely lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it, stretching the last bit out as I didn?t want it to end. The character Willow is kind of lost in herself and travels to England to find out about a cottage she has been left by fami...

  • Patricia
    Jun 12, 2018

    By now, anyone who reads Sharon Struth's novels knows they'll have heart and soul, charming characters who face their obstacles without whinging and whining, and a good dose of romance that sometimes has big bumps, and sometimes little ones. Willow's Way is no exception. The main chara...

    Willow's Way is the second book from Sharon Struth's series, The Sweet Life, and my first intro to her writing. I thought it was a good read. I thought it was a good read. I enjoyed being taken away to Bath, England. I definitely felt a connection to Willow from the beginning. I could ...

    Willow's Way (A Sweet Life Novel #2) by Sharon Struth is a delightfully romantic story with a bit of adventure. How embarrassing for Willow Armstrong, a weight coach and owner of a weight loss company called Pound Busters to be caught by the media when she is giving in to temptation an...

    Willow?s Way review notes Willow?s Way is the second in Sharon Struth?s The Sweet Life series, and sweet it is. Willow Armstrong is instantly likeable. Life has dealt her a lot of hard blows and she is struggling. And you can feel the deep sadness within her. She feels so u...

    This was a sweet book. As someone who struggles with her weight, it was uplifting and encouraging. While the story is fiction, the emotions that revolve around weight control and lack of self-esteem was spot on. I loved how Willow grew and developed into a self-assured young woman. ...

    Willow?s Way by Sharon Struth was a charming second chance at love read. The story takes Willow, who has always believed that she was unlovable because she was not skinny, to a place who realizes she is good the way she is! I love that in a story, especially when the cause of the sel...

    Willow?s Way, by author Sharon Struth, weaves together a world of love and self-discovery. Willow thinks she recently lost her way, but the truth is she?s been lost most of her life. Verbally abused and humiliated by her stepfather, she has learned to do the right things for all th...

    Wonderfully uplifting story This is the first time I've read a book by Sharon Struth and I'm so glad I did. She has an amazing way with dialogue and storyline. I felt like I really got to know Willow and Owen, their strengths and their flaws. I think Owen's daughter Jilly brought ex...

    Terrific second chance novel- not second chance romance (although there is one), but second chance at self. Willow went through a really rough time with her rat of a husband, problems with her business (hate social media!) , and then she inherited a house in Bath, England and that's wh...

    Finding yourself. Willows Way has been a great read. It's a journey where you feel all the things the character is feeling. Losing your way, building yourself up and learning to love yourself and others in the process. ...

    A very satisfying story about an executive who had a cheating husband and an executive of her company embezzle her money. She finds that her grandparents left her a house in England. I have been to Bath and the countryside is the most beautiful in the world. The story depicts the be...

    In Willow's Way, author Sharon Struth weaves a wonderful women's fiction story about a woman's personal journey of rediscovering herself. Willow Armstrong is a forty-year-old divorced woman and founder/CEO of Pound Busters, a successful weight loss company. Willow has always struggl...

    Losing Everything To Find Yourself Willow's way is a book about one woman's journey to find herself. Willow Armstrong grew up thinking of herself as the chubby girl and having that impression of herself reinforced constantly by a distant mother and stepfather. Finally finding a meth...