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Publisher's Summary

One woman. Two men. One meddling small town.

Raised by her older sister in the small town of Blueberry Springs, all Beth Wilkinson wants is to create a family so big she’ll never be alone. Things are going great until her fiancé, Oz, rethinks everything from his own career to their nuptial plans—forcing Beth to do the same.

As Beth works to rediscover herself in hopes of reattracting Oz, she catches the eye of the charming new city doctor, Nash. Not only does he see her as she’d like to be seen, but he knows exactly what he wants from life—and that includes Beth.

Torn between the two men, as well as two versions of herself, Beth discovers that love and dreams are much more complicated than they seem.

©2013 Jean Oram (P)2015 Jean Oram

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  • Tcarle
  • Winston Salem, NC United States
  • 04-11-15

awesome

Would you consider the audio edition of Champagne and Lemon Drops to be better than the print version?

I love Audiobooks because the books come to life. Cris did an awesome job with that.

Any additional comments?

I am the girl who loves a little humor with my romance. This book has that and more. Add a little sex appeal, two handsome guys both trying to win the heart of one girl, the small town feel and the book is simply Charming. I had reviewed on amazon already but to be honest, I loved the audio even more because it all came to life. Love it!!!

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I really enjoyed this book!

What did you love best about Champagne and Lemon Drops?

I previously read the book before I got the audiobook and really enjoyed it so I decided to listen to it as well. I love the narrator of this book she did an excellent job and was exactly what I was hoping to hear!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Champagne and Lemon Drops?

I love how the book started out with a flash forward then went back to explain it.

What about Cris Dukehart’s performance did you like?

Her voice was perfect for the characters she portrayed.

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Enjoyable story!

Would you listen to Champagne and Lemon Drops again? Why?

Yes. I enjoyed this story and would listen to it again.

What did you like best about this story?

The story and the characters.

What about Cris Dukehart’s performance did you like?

The way she delivered the story.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Life's too short to wait for the right moment

Any additional comments?

I love the entire Blueberry Springs series. Highly recommend this series as well as Jean Oram's other work.

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Roller coaster of emotions

A few laughs. A few tears. A lot of frustration. This book runs the gamut. A wonderful story. Something a little different and refreshing.

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Fantastic

Absolutely fantastic!! Great characters and a great storyline make this a book you don't want to miss. We get to know the folks of Blueberry Springs, specifically Beth Wilkinson who is looking for her happily ever after. If the next book is as good as this one Jean Oram will have a place on my must read list.

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fantastic

Even better than reading the book. The narrators voice got on my nerves to begin with but I find this with every audio book I listen to as it takes a bit of getting used to before you get lost in the story. Jean you are great :)




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  • Marie
  • Detroit, MI
  • 02-13-15

Such a sweet story!

If you could sum up Champagne and Lemon Drops in three words, what would they be?

Sweet, Funny, Sassy

Who was your favorite character and why?

Beth is such a great character to watch grow into herself and listening to her heart

What does Cris Dukehart bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She's really able to bring the story to life and differentiate the characters in subtle ways.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

This book made me laugh out loud as Beth tried to navigate between the two dreamy men in her life.

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The characters and town in this book are so darn loveable, I can't wait for more.

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Highly recommend and loved having it read to me.

I enjoyed this story book town. Jean did a wonderful job having Beth explain it so you felt like you were there and could see it through her eyes. Oz and Nash both frustrated me, yet again throw Beth in there too. Oz kept giving Beth mixed signals and Beth was always in love with him. Nash was good for her and I think to some degree she loved him but I can't see she would ever get over him to be a true wife for Nash. They wanted the same yet different thing she was a city buy true and true. She was a country bumpkin and would always be even though she loved what Nash was making her experience. He made her spread her wings. I think the narrator did a great job with the book and keep me interested. I listened to it in one sitting. I'm just confused with the ending since there really wasn't a closure with Nash and a real beginning with OZ.

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Home is where the heart is

What do you do when you love someone and then everything possible just goes wrong and your life goes to hell?
This is what this book is about and it tells the story what two people do to try and make sense of it all.
It is beautifully written by Jean Oram and Chris Dukehart does a jolly good job of narrating it.
I highly recommend this book/audiobook - it has been an easy read and listen and I found it a most enjoyable experience.