ARC Review: The Little Flower Shop by Lori Foster
Since her divorce, Emily Lucretia—affectionately known as the flower lady to the people of Cemetery, Indiana—has been focused on her flower shop and taking care of her aging aunt and uncle. Her love life is hardly the centerpiece of her busy days.
Saul Culver, the town’s favorite bachelor and owner of the local barbecue joint, has been interested in Emily for a while. But as much as Emily knows about flowers, she can be a little oblivious to her own appeal. Saul is determined to show her just how special she is.
Saul isn’t the only one trying to get Emily out of her shell. Well-meaning locals have started tagging photos of Emily with #theflowerlady on social media—and now the entire town is involved in finding her Mr. Right. Saul won't give up easily. He’s finally caught her attention, and he's determined to convince Emily—and the town—that this is the real deal and not just some passing trend.
One of the things I really enjoy about reading books written by Lori Foster is how easy they are to read and enjoy. She has a wonderful way of setting up her romances. Each of them are a bit different from the others. In Saul and Emily's story you have a very slow burn for their romance. Sometimes to slow.
You'll understand why it written that way but I do wish I hadn't had to wait so long for the will they or won't they part of the story.
I really love Saul. He's great at his business and is well loved by the people of Cemetery, Ind. Saul is a strong man that has a ton of confidence in himself. I'm not saying he's perfect or that he doesn't have any issues because he does. But of the two of them he is more put together.
Emily is great at her business but at life that's another story. She really needs more confidence in herself. I think that's one of the things that Sual gives her. He helps her become strong by showing her how he sees her.
Together they are a great couple, and you want them to be happy. The story also mentions other from the town. Saying that I'd say you should read the series in order to truly understand so of what's going on. Both are well worth the read.
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