Say When (A Cedarville Series – Book 9) by Bree Kraemer – Review by Kaitlynn Taylor

Say When (A Cedarville Novel Book 9)Say When by Bree Kraemer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Say When – Bree Kraemer


“Love doesn’t follow a timeline or schedule. It happens when it happens and you either recognize it, leaping in with both feet or you don’t and miss out on something amazing.”

Say When is my favourite book in Bree Kraemer’s Cedarville series. This is the 9th book in the must-read romance series and it follows Dani and Patrick along with appearances from my other favourite Cedarville couples! Though this book can be read as a standalone I would suggest reading the other books first as the characters that make appearances in Say When have their very own touching romance stories as well that are also worth a read!

This book was my favourite of this series due to the fact that it had everything I hope for in a romance read, a couple with amazing chemistry, steamy scenes, a build of emotions and of course a happily ever after. I loved how quickly I was able to connect with these characters and follow along their journey, I was saddened when I reached the end but I’m hoping to read more about Dani and Patrick in books to come!

This is a book and series I would recommend to anyone looking for their next romance read!


Reviewed by @kaitreview21

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Say When (Cedarville Book 9) by Bree Kraemer – Review by Moriah Venable

Say When (A Cedarville Novel Book 9)Say When by Bree Kraemer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Say When is the ninth novel in the Cedarville series by Bree Kraemer. This is my seventh novel by this author.

Dani is a baker who has an issue with talking to guys who age. She starts to mumble and run away. She also delivers cupcakes and pies early in the morning to Wes’ restaurant. She dreams of owning her own bakery.

Patrick is the brother of her best friend from high school and the two meet again years later at the restaurant. Patrick realizes the cupcakes he has been eating for years are made by Dani.

To overcome her fear and anxiety, Patrick offers to help her by just being her friend and helping her get comfortable with just conversation. Over time he find himself falling for her and worries that he isn’t good enough for her.

Dani feels an attraction to Patrick but doesn’t want to mess up the friendship they have and keeps telling herself they are just friends

Another installment of an amazing series that I can’t get enough of.

I really liked Dani and related to her cause I just became that way myself. Not because of any bad experience just started to isolate myself and developed anxiety talking to people over time. So I understood her anxiety when it came to talking to guys. I loved the decision where she made the decision to change herself because she wanted to normal and be able to talk in a social setting.

Patrick I liked and felt he could admit when he was wrong and apologize to make things right.

I really hope we get book with Sabrina. I would love to see who she falls in with and how she interacts with them.

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After All These Years (A Cedarville Novel Book #7) by Bree Kraemer – Review by Angela Hayes

After All These Years (A Cedarville Novel Book 7)After All These Years by Bree Kraemer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


After all These Years is the seventh book in the Cedarville Novel Series by Bree Kraemer.
We meet Julia and Wes, who have a shared history. But situations occurred that drove them apart. Now, after more than a decade they both are back in Cedarville. With unfinished business- one is looking for some closure. What happens now they’re both back on home turf? Will the sparks they once shared be reignited? Or will the unfinished business of what happened all those years ago drive a deeper wedge between them, and close the door on ‘them’ once and for all?
This book is well written, with wonderful characters, who are complex, likeable and interesting. The story line is intense, emotional, and intense in places. It flows well and is a quick and easy read. There are quite a few sizzling moments- but overall, it is a superb romance that really stirred up my emotions.

Thank you, Ms. Kraemer!


Reviewed by @angelahayes


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Better Together (Cedarville #4) by Bree Kraemer – Review by Jana Teppih

Better Together (Cedarville #4)Better Together by Bree Kraemer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Better Together by Bree Kraemer is the fourth book in her Cedarville Series. I had not read the first three when I read this one and I am sure, I would have gotten much more out of it had I read the first three … I felt that I missed knowing who the rest of the Cedarville gang was.
Better Together was a sweet and steamy story of Ryan Ball and Addison Scott. Ryan is a perfectly groomed tax lawyer outside and a clumsy sweet boy inside who has learnt to fake it and have it under control at any given moment. Addison is an extremely beautiful smart young woman who has led quite a solitary life as she has been shunned by other women who thought she might go after their boyfriends/men when she starts hanging out with them …
Ryan’s life changes overnight when his brother and his wife die and he gets the co-guardianship over his young nephew and he moves into this true American small town Cedarville, Ohio where he get this amazing support network of great group of people.
I loved how Bree has built that crazy inviting small town world with these lovable characters that make one wish to move there as well! I enjoyed the journey she took us on along with Addison and Ryan when they were figuring out the way to each other! I know I will definitely go back and read the first 3 books; actually, I already downloaded the first one!
Take a chance on Cedarville and this group of young people that show that there is hope for everyone!

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Choosing You (Cedarville Series #3) by Bree Kraemer – Review by Debi Kircher

Choosing You (Cedarville #3)Choosing You by Bree Kraemer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Choosing You by Bree Kraemer, book 3 of the Cedarville series.

This can be read as a standalone, which is what I did since this was the first book I have read by this author. I will though be downloading the first 2 in this series today and reading them as soon as possible.

Carly Graham, an independent woman who had her heart not only broken but shattered back in college and will never allow falling in love to rule her life ever again. She has two awesome best friends, family she adores, and owns a successful business. She lives her life exactly how she wants it. So why does a good friend of her 2 cousins cause her to question everything? He is so bossy and aggravating and makes her crazy, yet she always feels safe whenever he is near.

Anthony Scott owns his own security firm and is training his sister Addison to run it with him. He loves the new town he moved to. He has some great friends and a very supportive family. His only problem is his good friends cousin, she drives him crazy and has taken over most of his thoughts and is seriously cramping his hooking up with anyone else because all he can think about is her.

A bottle of vodka, and some seriously hot drunk texts causes too many questions that need answers. It seems Carly and Anthony are the only two that don’t know the answers to these questions. One day Anthony becomes aware of an issue with his sister and enlists the help of Carly and her friends. Fixing this issue is easy, the hard part is it causes Anthony and Carly to spend even more time together. Just when Carly is ready to face and deal with her feelings for Anthony something from her past slams into her life. She is left with a huge choice, and no matter which choice she makes it will affect everything and everybody in her life.

I loved this book, it made me happy, sad, hopeful, and angry all within just a few pages. The story flowed perfectly and the author created all of the characters in this book so that you couldn’t help but fall in love with them, or seriously detest them in a few cases. I will not only be getting the first two in this series but will also be checking out her other books as well. Definitely a five star read!!!

Review by @debikircher

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