Steph Vandergrift is in desperate need of a hug. She abruptly left everything – her parents, her job, her apartment, her hometown of Baltimore – to elope with Middleburg attorney Rick Manfred, enver imagining he would stand her up at the altar. Now, all alone in a strange town and hoping just to get by until she can decide what to do next, Steph thinks she’s found the perfect positions at Millicent’s Tea Shop. Milly offers Steph the job, along with a warm pot of tea, scones, and a listening ear.
Kendall James, one of the kindest and most eligible bachelors in the area, meets Steph at the tea shop and proceeds to pursue her. But by the time she feels able to consider dating again, her runaway fiance returns and tries to win her back. Steph is understandably wary, but she and Rick always seemed to blend so well. Are they truly meant to be together, or does God have something else in mind?
Another fun, flirty read by Trish Perry. As a life-long resident of small towns, I appreciate the lack of bumpkins and ignorance – Middleburg encompasses all that I love about rural life. Perry creates settings and characters that take your hand and guide you through their lives, all thanks to Perry’s talented use of words and descriptions. Make sure you have time to read it, because you won’t want to put this book down. If you enjoy Debbie Macomber romances, you’ll love The Perfect Blend!
*Somehow I lost track of the books I agreed to review, so I ended up with a ton! I WILL be giving this book away, but during my Giveaway Bonanza – stay tuned!