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Amazing! Top Pick of 2K16!!!
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2016
Blue Moon Bend. Wow. There are so many things that I loved about this story, but the setting, the little 'hippie' town in upstate New York was a joy to read about. Lucy Score paints an insane picture of love, and community. The people of this little town actually, genuinely care for one another. Of course, the by-product of this is nosiness. It's so fun to read about! All of the encounters that the characters have while visiting the local boot shop, or eating pizza at the local pizza place with the busy-bodies looking over their shoulder. It made me turn page after page into the wee hours of the morning. To me, that is a sign of a great book.
Carter. Pierce. He is a strong, nearly silent type. He is a war survivor and has come home to help run his family farm with his mother. He has healed and dealt with his PTSD, but still keeps people at a comfortable distance. Enter, Summer Lentz. She is a breath of fresh air. She grabs his attention and the wooing begins.
Summer is at Pierce Acres to do an interview for her magazine. She is there for a whole week. A whole entire week of small-town shenanigans. It is so funny, the things all of the characters get up to. Summer is just as taken with Carter as he is with her. They both are in a time in their lives when they believe something happens for a reason. It is clear, she was brought up to Blue Moon Bend for a very good reason.
With the small town antics, the memorable secondary characters, oh Franklin, and the beautiful love between two people, this book has definitely been one of my best of 2016. I can't wait for more from the Pierce brothers and their lady loves.