At Bluebonnet Lake is, simply put, a sweet romance. If you are looking for a book with lots of twists and turns, a villain set upon destruction, or tension that will keep you up at night, then this is not the book for you! If, however, you want to relax with a nice story and a gentle romance that builds throughout the book, pick up a copy and enjoy!
There were a few parts that felt a bit slow to me. In a way, that actually added to the flavor of the setting, which is a small, Texas town. I felt very relaxed while reading this story. The pace of life in this small town and at the Rainbow’s End resort is laid back. The main characters, Kate and Greg, are believable and their attraction builds in a very realistic way.
I think this is going to be an enjoyable series. I look forward to seeing what future books hold. (3.5 stars)
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review, which I have given.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Marketing maven Kate Sherwood’s world is fast-paced, challenging, and always changing. The last thing she wants to do is slow down to a crawl at Rainbow’s End, a dilapidated resort in the Texas Hill Country. But she cannot deny her ailing grandmother’s request to visit the place where she and her deceased husband spent one glorious week (albeit fifty years ago). There Kate meets Greg Vange, the resort’s handyman. But there’s more to Greg than meets the eye–billions more, in fact, as he recently sold his successful software company and is at the resort in search of what’s next for his life.
Kate isn’t looking for romance, but she can’t deny the sparks of attraction that fly every time she and Greg are together. She even starts to see potential in the rundown resort. Could there be a future there? Or will Kate’s long-sought promotion take her back to the big city?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
With both parents avid readers, it’s no surprise that Amanda Cabot learned to read at an early age. From there it was only a small step to deciding to become a writer. Of course, deciding and becoming are two different things, as she soon discovered. Fortunately for the world, her first attempts at fiction were not published, but she did meet her goal of selling a novel by her thirtieth birthday. Since then she’s sold more than thirty novels under a variety of pseudonyms. When she’s not writing, Amanda enjoys sewing, cooking and – of course – reading.