Book 2, The Brides Of Blueberry Cove
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There’s no place like seaside Blueberry Cove, Maine, at Christmas—and there’s nothing like a wedding, the warmth of the holidays, and an old crush, to create the perfect new start…
Interior designer Fiona McCrae has left fast-paced Manhattan to move back home to peaceful Blueberry Cove. But she’s barely arrived before she’s hooked into planning her big sister Hannah’s Christmas wedding—in less than seven weeks. The last thing she needs is for her first love, Ben Campbell, to return to neighboring Snowflake Bay…
As kids, Fiona was the bratty little sister Ben mercilessly teased—while pining after Hannah. But Fi never once thought of Ben like a brother. And that hasn’t changed. Except Fi is all grown up. Will Ben notice her now? More importantly, with her life in a jumble, should he? Or might the romance of the occasion, the spirit of the season, and the gifts of time ignite a long-held flame for many Christmases to come…
Something old might just become something new…
Includes a DIY wedding project!
From Publishers Weekly
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A feel good story!
I absolutely love feel good stories and Snowflake Bay totally made feel so good. It was such a sweet story with a bit of sexy thrown in. Fiona was an adorable character who isn't as graceful as her older sister and tends to be a bit clumsy but it was so fun to read her mishaps and how Ben was always around to witness. Totally embarrassing for Fiona at times but it also made her endearing and relatable and made it so easy for Ben to fall head over heels for her. I had a smile on my face throughout the whole story. I'm looking forward to reading about Kerry, the last of the sisters/brides of Blueberry Cove, and wondering who her hero will be.
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*
mixes humor, heart, family and a few choice comments to bring a story that will leave you smiling.
The second I have read in this series, Snowflake Bay can be read alone but will be so much richer an experience if you have read the first in the series. Kauffman takes readers to mid-coast Maine, and Blueberry Cove has the classic feel (and frustrations) of a small town. Centering on the McCrae sisters, in this book Fiona has returned to Blueberry Cove to strike out on her own as a designer. It’s not long before she finds herself as the wedding planner for older sister Hannah’s Christmas wedding.
It isn’t long before Fi runs into her childhood crush, Ben Campbell, back in town and all grown up. Ben never saw Fiona as more than someone else’s little bratty sister, but seeing her now, successful and apparently in charge of her own life is a revelation. Well, almost in charge as repeated foot-in-mouth goofy moments when he’s around has readers (and everyone else) wondering if she really has grown up.
Carefully built and presented, the story allows us a deeper insight into Fiona, the lingering hurt from Ben’s nickname, the family relationships, the friendships and townspeople who all seem to know you, occasionally better than you know yourself, and of course, the new relationship. Kauffman mixes humor, heart, family and a few choice comments to bring a story that will leave you smiling.
I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.