Posts tagged with "Summer Read"

Posted by jdunc on 06/25/14
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I love Mary Kay Andrews and was especially pleased with her latest summer novel Save the Date. All of Andrews’ novels take place in and around Savannah, Georgia and feature strong, smart, entrepreneurial women, usually down on their luck. The main character of her latest novel is Carrie Kryzik, a struggling florist overcoming a tough divorce who is working her way into Savannah society. Carrie is determined to make a name for herself as a premier florist and prove to her father that she can be successful. Andrews’ elaborate descriptions of the southern weddings and spectacular flower arrangements are fitting given wedding season. Especially entertaining are the cast of demanding brides and their mothers. When Carrie is pulled into the drama of planning a massive wedding of two well-known Southern families, chaos ensues.
 

Along the way, Carrie meets Jack Finnerty, a gruff handsome man that keeps showing up at all of the weddings around Savannah. Their Goldendoodle puppies, Poppy and Shaz, play a comical role in the lives of Carrie and Jack and their romance. While there are some bumps along the way, you definitely root for Carrie, Jack and her flower business. I especially loved all of the intricate descriptions of flowers and wedding details. This perfect light summer read with a guaranteed happy ending

 

 
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04/27/2011
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