One nature guide. One accidental forest fire. And one steamy investigator hot on her tail.
Life would be easy for Jen Kulak if she hadn’t just burned down the forest she depends upon for her business’s wilderness adventures. It would be even easier if she hadn’t accidentally fallen head over heels for the fire investigator tracking her every move.
When the pressure on Jen heats up will she run like she has in the past? Or will she find the strength to fight the accusations that could cost her everything, including her own happily ever after?
Find out in this small town romance!
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Rum and Raindrops
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Rum and Raindrops is book 2 in the Blueberry Springs series by Jean Oram and another cute read.
Jen and Rob meet when he comes to Blueberry Springs to investigate an accidental fire which she may have set but what happens next in this cute, quick read will fill you with laughs, misunderstandings, lots of sparks, tension and hopefully finding their HEA!!
Sweet story with believable characters I thoroughly enjoyed.
Quick, mindless read!
Hi there - I anxiously waited for this installment of the Blueberry Springs series as I was a big fan of the prior two! While I'm generally not a fan of 'chick lit' or 'romance' I was promptly sucked into this series with the first installment as I am often drawn to small town life-settings. While Oram is consistent and maintains great continuity from one installment to the next, and the book did hold my attention, it was highly predictable as it was much like its predecessors. Probably I'll continue reading from this author as I do get into them and keep turning the pages, done before I know it. Anything that can at least do that is a great distraction from real life or a great way to spend time. I am honestly not sure if I liked it less than the other two in the series or if it simply was more predictable because I've come to like this author and subsequently know what to expect from her.
I do hope she surprises me and I will keep reading - thus giving her the chance to. I do not mean to be harsh, only honest so I would like to say that I find nearly everything I read predictable - it is an infuriating thing about me that is not the fault of every writer, hollywood director, etc. in existence!
Personally I did take note of some of her choice of wording, particularly in the 'girl talk' parts; perhaps in her circles they do talk like this - with a bit of reserve despite trying to sound dirty? I'd have been more blunt myself, but that is not always a desirable characteristic! Guess I'm just sharing what little bit I would change if given the chance.
Ms. Oram produced another solid read, maintaining continuity which not enough people bother with, while helping us to get to know another character better in the small town of Blueberry Springs. I do hope to see more in this series.