I honestly did not know what to expect from this book, I went into it not knowing what it would be about, even going back in the middle of reading to read the blurb still didn’t tell me what to really expect with the content of the book. Where flowers bloom is about so much more than a romance, well more than just one romance, and part of the story is set in a time where anything unconventional was not allowed. It’s so much more complex and full to the bursting with love but also a fair amount of pain, suffering, and hate. Kendyll has and continues to deal with so much in her life that I really felt for her. I did feel the ending was a bit rushed and slightly confusing but it didn’t detract from the story at all and your able to gather your own thoughts with the openness of the ending. This book had lots of twists, and turns to keep the reader interested, and so much mystery. I even laughed a time or two despite the serious, gut wrenching tone of the story. It’s descriptive to the point these places and people felt so real. It was a good, clean romance so nothing was to descriptive so it would appeal to most readers young and old. Where flowers bloom was my first book from Ms. Vale but it definitely won’t be my last.
“Love is, where flowers bloom.”