Review of Blossom Street Brides – Debbie Macomber

Posted: August 9, 2014 in Review, romance
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Lydia has been worrying about her adoptive daughter’s mental state and her struggling business A Good Yarn; a store that sells everything a knitter desires. Random baskets of wool from her store are appearing throughout town, with instructions to knit then pass it on.   Business improves for the store as a result but who is leaving the baskets?

Bethanne runs a successful party planning business she started after her husband of 20 years left her for another woman. Now happily married to Max, they live on opposite sides of the country; Max co-owns a successful winery in California and they are trying to figure out who will move to the others home. Bethanne’s ex-husband wants her back though and has enlisted their daughter’s help to win her over.

Lauren has just received some devastating news – her little sister is pregnant. With no ring on her finger yet, she is still single and childless and getting older. Lauren drops in at A Good Yarn to purchase some wool to create a shawl for her niece or nephew.   Then she meets the business partner of Bethanne’s husband and sparks fly.

Three separate stories that follow the lives of women connected by A Good Yarn in the Blossom Street series are woven together in this book, providing updates for favourite characters. You know the ending will be happy and this will be a feel-good read for rainy days. You don’t need to have read previous books in the series as it is easy to follow and a sweet story. Fans of Danielle Steel will enjoy this story by Debbie Macomber.

Bantam

Supplied by Random House New Zealand

Reviewed by Jan

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