Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Review: Flowers by Felicity by Janet Lee Barton

Flowers by Felicity by Janet Lee Barton

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



After two broken engagements, Felicity Carmichael is determined never to fall in love again. All she wants is to make a success of her new florist business. But after journalist, David Edmonds turns her first try at a furnishing flowers into a disaster, she's afraid she'll never make it.

David Edmonds thought his op-ed piece was funny, but evidently, Felicity doesn't share his sense of humor. He wants to make amends, but Felicity doesn't trust men, doesn't trust him and doesn't want his help restoring her reputation. However, David isn't giving up. For good measure, he takes it to the Lord knowing that He can mend a broken heart...and a shattered bouquet.

Clare's Review

Felicity is just starting out in her flower business and is mortified when David uses a picture showing what looks like shoddy work in his newspaper under the caption Flowers by Felicity. Once he realises his prank on his sister is affecting someone else, David is desperate to make it up to her and put right what he did. Hurt in the past and sworn off men, Felicity does her best to concentrate on what she perceives to be God's plan for her life. A life that doesn't involve men and relationships.

Flowers by Felicity is a lovely story that brings a smile to your face and warms your heart, leaving you wanting more. Proving that God's plans are not always what we think they are, Janet Lee Barton has written a story you'll want to read again and again.

4 Tea Cups!

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