ARC Review: In Bloom by Fern Michaels, Lori Foster and Carolyn Brown
After years spent traveling the world as a flight attendant, Gracie Walden is ready to stay a little closer to her roots, starting with two weeks at home in Amarillo, Texas. But there’s unexpected turbulence between her mother, Ella, and her older sister, Hope—and it will lead to a revelation that changes Gracie’s life in amazing ways . . .
THE MOTHER’S DAY CROWN * Carolyn Brown
Monica Allen still hasn’t forgiven Tyler Magee for breaking her heart when they were teenagers. Ten years on, they’re back in Luella, Texas, visiting their respective grandmothers. and there’s just a white picket fence and a whole lot of awkwardness between them. Will two weeks be long enough for Monica to learn to stop holding a grudge—and hold on to love?
MEANT TO BE * Lori Foster
When Cory Creed was just a little girl, she knew she’d grow up to marry Austin Winston—and she made the mistake of telling him so. Tired of watching him avoid her ever since, Cory has decided it’s time to leave Visitation, North Carolina, and Austin, behind. But Austin has finally realized what Cory was once so sure of, and now it’s his turn to prove they belong together . . . with a little help from their mothers.
I love the idea of stories that revolve around Mother's Day. Nothing a mother doesn't like more than having all their children find happiness.
I will admit that I was drawn to the book because Lori Foster had a story in it. I don't read Fern Michaels but I do enjoy Carolyn Brown's books. If you follow me then you know I love a good anthology.
Amazing Grace by Michals is more women's fiction than romance which is why I don't often read Michaels. Not that there is anything wrong with women's fiction but it's just not my cup of tea. The story isn't bad it just didn't call to me.
The Mother's Day Crown. I just love that title. This is a fun story to read with characters that sometimes upstage the hero and heroine. I enjoyed it and it's worth reading.