This third installment in the series follows the story of Pastor Jack and Daisy Pendleton, owner of a local flower shop. We’ve been introduced to both of them throughout the first two novels in this series, but if you haven’t read them, this still works as a stand alone.
Honestly, I think the second book in this series has been the best one so far–closely followed by the first. This third addition was slow-moving and not my favorite plot-wise. The characters were sweet but their insecurities were glaring and I just wanted them to hurry up and be confident in themselves already–but I suppose that’s an imitation of real life. This has a sort of “You’ve Got Mail” vibe to it, which meant there was some deception included when one character knew the identity of the other but continued on with the online conversations charade, but it all worked itself out. Anyway, this is a sweet read but not my favorite by Denise Hunter.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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