“Charming characters, emotion galore, a small town—you’re going to love Donna Kauffman!” —Lori Foster
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!
“Kauffman’s stories show that the bravery to reach for a connection is all we need to discover joy.” –Publishers Weekly on Sandpiper Island
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(Monday, October 26, 2015)
Reviewer: Kathy Jund
The Second installment in Donna Kauffman's - Bride of Blueberry Cove!
The feisty middle sister Fionna McCrae, she'll tell it like it is, in no uncertain terms! Known as Fi to her friends and family, but she is known to one person by a nick name that she has been carrying around since she was a little girl, and she certainly has an opinion about that, too! Fionna has decided to return to her roots in Blueberry Cove, she has chosen to close down her award winning and very successful Interior Design firm in New York City and set up shop designing the way she wants. But, she's got another wedding to plan and on Christmas Day to boot, so there is quite a bit on her plate! A chance encounter (in her own home no less) tangles her right up with the last person she expected to find there. A fiery story with passion and high opinions, although family and being there to support each other is the thread running across every page. Somehow Christmas will never be the same.