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IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE (Irresistible Romance Book 3) Anthology – Review by Tausha Treadway

IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE (Irresistible Romance Book 3)IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE (Irresistible Romance Book 3) Anthology. This is an amazing box set. Its got tons of sweet love stories and it is well worth your time reading them all. The story Two Heart’s Reconnaissance by Tamara Ferguson is the story of Eve Loughlin & Harry Giordano who became close friends as teenagers. They have dealt with being in Foster Care and overcome a ton of obstacles. As they grew up they grew apart because of different career paths. They are now back in their old home town, will they be able to reconnect on the level they had before?
In The Player by Jacquie Biggar. Its the story of top NHL player Roy Donaldson who is dealing with the fallout of his crazy ex girlfriend stalking him and spreading lies all over the place. His manager decides to hire him a personal assistant to help clean up his public image. Enter Patience Kennedy who is sassy, independent and grew up with 3 brothers so she knows how to handle men. As they begin working together its very funny between them and their feelings grow. They fight hard and end up loving hard too. Will they be able to work out their relationship or will they let the outside world mess them up? This is an amazing group of love stories well worth your time to read them!

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IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE (Irresistible Romance Book 3) Anthology – Review by Sara Oxton

IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE (Irresistible Romance Book 3)IRRESISTIBLE VALENTINE by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Irresistible Valentine filled with five-star reads. I love Anthology’s like these as they bring so many great authors together, so you can read old favourites and then find new authors as well. Each story will show you something to make you smile, each one brings something special to the collection. My favourite’s are Tamara Ferguson with Two Hearts Reconnaissance and I adore this one as even though its teenagers, I remember what that was like, she shows us expertly how you fear life will end if you don’t see the other part of your soul immediately. Alicia Street with Never Lovers, a great story with a fabulous twist that will keep you on your toes and then finally Jacquie Bigger who brings us The Player and this one, well this one had that extra special sauce to it and just had a little extra sparkle as it involves a player in more ways than one. If you are in the mood for some great reads then pick this collection up.

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Flowers in December Trilogy : Flowers in December, Coming Home, and Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Heather Bass

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is one of my favorite series I have read this year. I absolutely loved all of these books. You can help but to fall in love with these characters. This set contains Flowers in December, Coming Home, and Second Chance. This is a great romance set to read. Once I started this series I could not stop. It only took me a few days to devour this amazing series.

Flowers in December
Connor Norton is returning to his hometown to bury his mother. He can’t believe how fast the years has gone by. Connor has been so busy with his career he has no social life. When he gets home it feels like he never left. Connor starts to realize that he is now alone and that makes him remember all the good times. He inherits the family cat Tom. Connor starts to feel like he can have a future that he always wanted. Connor meets new people that he builds a relationship with them. He wants to make a new life for himself but can he let the past rest or will it continue to haunt him?

Coming Home
Connor Norton finds himself back to his hometown. He left for a few months to grieve is mother’s passing. Connor still feels lost without her but her cat Tom makes him feel better. He is happy when he runs into Mary Ann again. Connor cares about her and he wants to start over again. He is still trying to find himself again as well. Will coming home help him with his life or will it make it even more upsetting?

Second Chance
Mary Ann is still loving her flower shop and it’s been four months after Connor left. She is seeing a new guy that is making her happy but there is something missing. Mary Ann is in the store one day and she swears she sees Connor but he went back to the city. She is in complete shock when she finds out that it is Connor. He moved back but why. Can Mary Ann and Connor move on from the hurt or will it be too much for the both of them?

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A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock ‘N Sweet Romance 3) By Tamara Ferguson – Review by Gail Guerrero

A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock 'N Sweet Romance 3)A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock ‘N Sweet Romance 3) By Tamara Ferguson – Review by Gail Guerrero

Five Stars

Fish this story was sweet. Like the perfect sun sweet tea my grandma made. You can’t read this story and not feel that little bloom of hope. You get so many emotions through every page that you feel like you’re apart of the story. That their lives effortlessly entwine with yours. This story takes you on a ride that many young adults face. Where you see your life going one way and reality steps in and sends you to place you never saw coming. Drew and Marielle story will touch your heart in so many ways. I couldn’t believe how good this story was. It was a quick read that will last a lifetime. I wish it was longer but I definitely got my daily dose of feels. I don’t think I would be as strong as these two characters with all they go through. I found Marielle to be strong and interestingly unique. Drew is headstrong and brave. Definitely check out this book well worth it.

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FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Renee Ullery

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Flowers in December Trilogy Box Set by Jane Suen
Stars- 4

I enjoyed this trilogy. For my individual reviews of each book, see below. Happy Reading!

Flowers in December by Jane Suen
Stars: 4

I love how relatable Connor is to the reader. He is in the middle of grieving, but yet, he also is very reflective. He knows he has not done everything correct in life, but he very much trying to figure it all out. Other than Connor, I really enjoyed reading about Tom. I loved the way Jane Suen described him, and Connor’s interactions with Tom.
This story was an easy, short read with relatable characters and situations. However, I did feel that this story felt like a great beginning, and I wanted to know more from where the story actually ended. The ending was good, but I just wanted to know more of how his life ended up.

Coming Home by Jane Suen
Stars: 4

This story picks up four months after the first book (Flowers in December) ends. Our characters go through so many changes from the first book. These characters continue on their journey of life dealing with change, growth, grief, and love. I loved reading more about our characters and meeting others. I have to admit that I am a bit upset with Connor, and his failure to communicate with loved ones. I was happy to read more about these characters!

Second Chance: The Conclusion of the Flowers in December Trilogy by Jane Suen
Stars-4

I was excited for this story! Jane Suen did a wonderful job with these characters. They have their highs and lows, but they keep going. I felt that this story focused a lot on moving forward and finding your way. This was a good quick story. I enjoyed this trilogy

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FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Anastasia Dodson

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Flowers In December Box Trilogy by Jane Suen contains Flowers in December (Book #1), Coming Home (Book #2), and Second Chance (Book #3). I enjoyed every one of these books and I couldn’t put them down. This author is well written and i am always pulled into the story’s very quickly and I felt like I was right there with these characters living their everyday lives right beside them because this author really did bring them life. I liked them even from page one and was rooting for them even when times were getting tough.. These three stories follow Mary Ann and Connor and with each book comes new uphill battles and i liked every minute of it.. I am so looking forward to reading more by this author in the future and i would recommend this to a friend.
Happy Reading!

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FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Candida Hopper

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance

by Jane Suen

I am so glad to see these books are now being sold as set. This trilogy was such an amazing read. It was full of wonderful characters that I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know. There are tangible feelings in the words told in these books, there is grief, hope, love and so many more emotions to feel when you read these books. You really should read these in order for a better understanding and more enjoyable experience. Jane Suen’s writing style is truly captivating. I cannot say enough wonderful things about all three of these stories except to say I highly recommend this set of books you will not regret it.

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FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Jana Teppih

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Flowers in December gives us all three of Jane Suen’s books in the series – Flowers in December, Coming Home and Second Chance. I love when the writers give us a treat and combine their series in sets, it gives us pages and pages and hours upon hours of pleasure. You only notice that the time has passed when you come up for air!
Flowers in December is the opening act and it introduces us to Connor who has just lost his mother and he is struggling hard with his loss. It also introduces us to Tom, Connor’s mother’s orange tabby, a character you will not forget … and then there is Mary Ann …Flowers in December is a profound journey of grief and how we deal with it and the writer takes care of Connor and how she tells his story. What makes it even more profound is that Connor is alone, utterly alone; he has no one to come home to …
Coming Home takes place four months after the end of Flowers in December when Connor ‘comes home’ for holidays. I was delighted to meet up with Connor, Tom (the orange tabby of Connor’s diseased mother) … and Mary Ann! Is it going to be the second chance for Connor who is still grieving his mother … The writer has given us a story filled with hope and healing and forgiveness … it is also a story of possibility of a Christmas miracle! I read the story when the holiday season was long gone and the writer’s words took me back to the holiday season when everyone hopes for something special (and someone special)! And you should read the first book before you jump into this one; you will enjoy the ride much more! The writer gives us also the delight of meeting Ron and Norma and Alana again … Close your eyes and you will wonder down the streets of the town with them while getting lost in your imagination! (I pictured the small town in California that I lived in for some years when picturing the small town that the writer has brought us to!)
And then we have the conclusion – Second Chance. We are back with Connor and Mary Ann and Connor’s mother’s cat Tom. Connor is back to stay and he has finally acknowledged that it was a grave mistake to leave Mary Ann and he is going to go out on a limb to make her part of his and Tom’s life, again … from scrambled eggs to finger licking grilled cheese … If you love second chances stories then this series is the one to go to and you will be keeping your fingers crossed for Connor and Mary Ann until they cramp!

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FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Rachel Moss

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved reading these stories! The Flowers In December trilogy was absolutely amazing! I loved how well the words flowed off the pages, and the imagery the author was able to create. Jane Suen was able to keep me enthralled throughout the whole thing! I loved watching how Conner’s and Mary Ann’s relationship developed throughout all three novels, their trials and love for each other. Suen was able to capture the life of a small town perfectly. This series kept me enthralled, and I highly recommend it!

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FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY: Flowers in December, Coming Home, Second Chance by Jane Suen – Review by Jennifer Gordon

FLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGYFLOWERS IN DECEMBER TRILOGY by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this box set of Jane Suen’s ‘Flowers in December Trilogy’, containing the complete trilogy, ‘Flowers in December’, ‘Coming Home, and ‘Second Chance’. The stories follow the romance between Connor Norton and Mary Ann and the obstacles they faced. In the first book a grieving Connor returns to his small hometown which he has not visited for twenty years and he’s only back now because his mother has died. Connor now finds himself alone with only his elderly tabby cat Tom for company and then he meets Mary Ann whilst buying flowers. In ‘Coming Home’, it’s a Christmas story and Connor is back visiting his childhood home and meets Alana the estranged daughter of his next door neighbour but he also can’t forget Mary Ann. All three of them come together over a magical Christmas. In the final story, ‘Second Chance’, florist Mary Ann is happy running her successful flower shop but is still thinking of the grieving man she met four months ago when he came into her shop for flowers for his mother’s funeral, however she’s not seen Connor since. Then he returns leaving his job and his city life behind him and wanting to start a new life with Mary Ann who has moved on, however a well timed snowstorm brings the couple together giving Connor and Mary Ann a second chance.
This trilogy is a “clean and wholesome, small-town sweet romance”, which is best read as a series and in order. I loved the storyline and the characters all set in a lovely small town setting. The details that author Jane Suen includes made the place and the people come alive for me. I was fully immersed in the story and was pleased I could continue the series and I read the books one after the other. I found I went on an emotional rollercoaster whilst reading this heart warming trilogy and I was cheering the main characters on hoping that Connor and Mary Ann would have a ‘happy ever after’ especially as their chemistry sizzled off the page.
I recommend this trilogy by Jane Suen and I’m looking forward to reading more by this author.

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