Sunday, May 31, 2015

Waves of Sunday #63

Welcome to our weekly edition of Waves of Sunday where each Sunday we spotlight a book that has been making waves in the book scene or has simply caught our attention causing a riptide on our TBR. 

Today we are spotlighting:
Room for You (Cranberry Inn #1) by Beth Ehemann
Published May 5th 2015 by Montlake Romance
Kacie Jensen has one main priority in her life: raising her twin daughters, Lucy and Piper. Ever since her ex—the girls’ father—vanished four years ago, Kacie’s sworn to keep her head in her studies and her heart out of trouble. Moving back home to her mother’s bed-and-breakfast had seemed like the best way to start over.

But when hockey star Brody Murphy washes up on the front steps of the Cranberry Inn during a raging storm, he awakens a hunger in Kacie that she’s long forgotten…and he opens her eyes to a life she never thought was possible. With so much more to lose this time around, can Kacie trust her heart to make the right decision?

Room for You is the sweet, tantalizing first novel in bestselling author Beth Ehemann’s heartwarming Cranberry Inn series. 

Arlene's Thoughts
I've been looking for books that take place in cafes, diners, small town restaurants… don't ask… it's just a weird craving I've had lately. So if you have any suggestions, please let me know.  Well in my search, I came across Room for You by Beth Ehemann. It doesn't quite fit with what I was looking for, but it's pretty close. When I was adding it to my overwhelming TBR, I noticed that a few people on my flist have read and loved this book. Well, needless to say, I'd like to tackle this one soon to see what all the excitement is about. Sounds like my cup of tea. :)

Crystal's Thoughts:
This one does sound interesting.  I am more intrigued by the vanishing husband and am really curious if makes a cameo at any point.  This genre has been really hit or miss with me lately, but this one does sound interesting and I am thinking I will definitely give it a go!  Great pick Arlene!

Rachel's Thoughts
I get cravings for a small town romance as well, like Arlene.  I adore The Green Mountain series by Marie Force, but I remember having a great time with The Lovesick Cure by Pamela Morsi, a few years back.  Room for You sounds like it could be another great.  Like Crystal, I wonder about the husband disappearing and if he'll show up again. I'm definitely looking this one up! 

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