And Something Blue

Main Street Merchants Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Loralie Jacqueline
Length: 3 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Laurie Fletcher, bridal consultant, lives in the small Western tourist town of Aspen Ridge, Colorado, and spends all her time helping others prepare for the most special day of their lives. Logan Reese, a lawyer from nearby Denver, is easily the most irritating man on the planet, and for some reason, he's made annoying Laurie his mission in life. 

Will true love ever come Laurie's way, or is she doomed to watch others get their happily ever after while she sits on the sidelines?

©2017 Tristi Pinkston (P)2018 Tristi Pinkstion
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Wow

Great book! Such a wonderful story and Amelia you did it again! I always cannot wait to see what you come up with next.

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Sweet and satisfying.

It’s been a very long time since I had my schedule and mind free enough to enjoy a book. I liked this sweet story that wasn’t too intense and nothing offensive at all. It had the right amount of hurdles to overcome to make the ending a victory.
I’ll mention that I don’t love the narrators voice. I do not hold that against her or the book. However the narrator did a nice job generally.

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Cute story

The story was really cute. The writing was fun and witty. I did not love the narrator, but the story held my attention enough that I was able to overlook it

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Super Sweet

I have read many of Ms. Adam's Historical Romance novels and enjoyed them very much.. This is my firs contemporary novel from her and love it. so much I already downloaded the several of her next books in this series . Laurie and Logan seem to argue at ever opportunity yet in between disagreements, they fall in love. You will not be disappointed with "And Something Blue.

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Great story

Very unique story, I really enjoyed it. The twists and turns it takes will have you waiting for more!!

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Small town love

I loved this story. Small towns have such personality. Amelia made me want to visit Aspen Ridge. The main character comes back to Aspen Ridge after college and meets a guy that she initially doesn't like so much. Well.... feelings change.....Go get the book and find out what happens!!!

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Glad to see this is Book 1

Talk about a story about enemies to lovers. Laurie and Logan's first meeting is unimpressive as he accompanies his sister to buy her bridal gown (he's opposed to the marriage). It's during the second meeting that sparks fly. He's really arrogant and rude. We find out later what's going on with him, and he must have found Laurie unforgettable because he keeps coming back trying to get her to accept his apology. It's a good thing she'd already found him so physically attractive.

I listened to the audiobook. Loralie Jacqueline's voice was a bit little girlish at first, but it kind of grew on me, and I found it fit. She did great with the voices.

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Sweet, wholesome romance with a small town flavor!

Though this might seem like a short audiobook, I was very impressed with how well rounded the heroine was. We learn what has challenged her in the past and how this has shaped her present. I will admit that I was not sure who she would marry by the end of the book. The hero seemed, at first, like an impossible and improbable match for her. Ms. Adams deftly made their romance seem like a perfect fit by the end! I really enjoyed, as well, getting to know the main street of the town and being introduced to people working in the businesses. It reminded me a bit of the small town in which I grew up as there is a nostalgic feel at times to the story. My favorite part of the book, though, was the witty humor and light sarcasm. It was so well written!!!!
My least favorite part of the audiobook had to be the male voices used by the narrator. These seemed so forced at times that I wished she had done a bit less dramatization. Still, she is an excellent reader and add fantastic inflection. I would listen to other books that she might narrate.
I strongly reccomend the book to anyone who loves Robyn Carr or Kirsten Osbourne. Actually, I just plain reccomend the book to everyone!

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And something blue

I enjoyed Amelia Adams book and something blue. It carried a cute story line and it had some plot twists and turns. I love Amelia’s writing style whether it’s historical romance or current day romance. Her books always flow well. The narrator was ok. She spoke a little fast but got use to it. Would highly recommend. Keep up the great writing.

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Stayed up late

I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. Despite the cover, my mind expected a novel more in line with Kansas Crossroads historicals by Amelia. It didn't take long for my mind to adjust to the truth, and I was happily listening to this wonderful book. It is rather like "romance meets Say Yes To The Dress, but without Monty". The trials this couple goes through are both funny at times, and sad at others. I'm trying very hard to not include spoilers, but "Yes!, they do get together." And the creepy guy (there is always one) gets his in the end. I stayed up late to finish this in one sitting and wasn't disappointed.

I HIGHLY recommend this to any fan of Amelia C. Adams, or fans of any of the series she collaborates on. You won't be disappointed.