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Kaylie Snow has always been the fun, flirty, pretty sister. Now her burgeoning baby bump, hormone-infused emotions, and faltering singing career are sending her into an unexpected identity crisis. Watching her older sister, Danica, glide through a major career change and a new relationship with the grace of a ballerina, Kaylie's insecurities rise to the forefront - and her relationship with fiancé Chaz Crew is caught in the crossfire.

Chaz Crew has everything he's ever wanted: a lovely fiancée, a baby on the way, and soon the film festival he owns will host its biggest event ever. When he's called away to woo the festival's largest sponsor - and the lover he's never admitted to having - secrets from his past turn his new life upside down.

With her baby shower around the corner and her fiancé's big event looming, the pressure is on for Kaylie to pull herself together - and for Chaz to right his wrongs. In a few short weeks, the couple who had it all figured out will learn things about life and love that may change their minds - and their hearts.

Sisters in Bloom is part of the Love in Bloom series. While Sisters in Bloom can be listened to as a standalone novel, for even more listening enjoyment you may want to listen to the entire Love in Bloom series in order.

©2014 Melissa Foster (P)2015 Melissa Foster

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This Series...

This Series is so good!! I love it so much!! The characters are Great the book flows SO WELL & the Narrator B.J. HARRISON BRINGS THE BOOK TO LIFE!! Melissa Foster is AN AMAZING AUTHOR!! I CAN'T WAIT FOR MORE OF HER BOOKS!!!

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  • Gaele
  • Atlanta, GA
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Fast forward a bit, and we have Kylie’s story as she navigates through pregnancy hormones, a slowdown in her own career and a bit of a rough patch with her fiancé, Chaz. Not a particularly introspective character, all of these changes have Kylie worried about EVERYTHING, and the doubts are creeping in.

Chaz has a big film festival coming up, and he thinks his life is going along beautifully. Nothing is better than his fiancée and new baby on the way, and this film could mean big things for them all. But the one regret in his life has suddenly reappeared, and the existence of this woman isn’t something he ever shared with her.

Now with Kylie at a low point, a past fling that won’t stay that way and the stress and nerves around the film festival and things are just heating up.

Foster uses a combination of character development, communication and fears that are very real, if sometimes groundless, to build the story and give it teeth. Chaz is a wonderful and steady influence for Kylie, and while their love is obvious they both cling to insecurities and issues from their pasts. Insets from Danica (Kylie’s sister) and her relationship trials in her own life, and the visit from her mother all play to the issues both of the sisters have in their own lives. Issues that their mother’s influence (and some actual common sense) allow them to move forward in their own lives, allowing the past to settle.

Narration is provided by B.J. Harrison, and as I thought with the first in this series, a clever choice of narrator. There is a bit more angst and tension in this story, and Harrison’s ability to present the emotional overtones in the story without overreach or overacting. While character voices are distinct, they do not tip over the line to caricature or overly emoted, and the story is richer for that.

A great installment in the Snow Sisters series, I’m curious to get to the weddings..

I received an audiobook copy of the title from the publisher for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions and expectations are my own responsibility.

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Love these sisters


This is book 2 and I do have to say it is even better then book if that is possible. Kaylie and Chaz are an amazing couple, they will make you laugh and cry and in the end you will route for them to have a happy ever after. Danica and Blake also make this book perfection I love the advice they both give to the new couple.


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Better Narrative

I don't like he monotone voice
- maybe use two different narrators for better understanding
Female & males

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Drama filled Read,

This was a great book. I so loved how it advanced the story of Danica and Blake (Sisters in Love) while focusing on Kaylee and Chaz. Kaylee seems to be high strung and reactive to everything and not always in a good way. It makes for a very interesting story. Kaylee and fiancé Chaz are building their relationship while awaiting the birth of their first child. Both of their careers have some significant impacts on the decisions they make. And of course there is a person who meddles in their relationship. Melissa Foster has another hit. This story was beautifully narrated by BJ Harrison. High praise for him for the birthing scene in particular. Love listening to him.

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Wonderful Love Story

Where does Sisters in Bloom rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I love Melissa Foster and rate this audiobook at the top of the audiobooks, along with her other books I have listened to via audio.

What other book might you compare Sisters in Bloom to and why?

Sisters in Love and other books from Melissa Foster

Which scene was your favorite?

I love that this isn't the perfect story, that there are problems that they have to figure out and resolve, but when you add in the pregnancy hormones, it makes for an entertaining read.

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

Parts made me laugh and others made me want to cry. I think that is the wonderful part about Melissa Foster's writing.

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Snow Sisters Book 2 does not disappoint!

What did you love best about Sisters in Bloom?

Getting to read more about Danica and Blake as well as hearing more of Kaylie's story. I really liked the ending also. :)

What did you like best about this story?

I enjoyed reading about 2 people that have insecurities and pasts that they have to overcome.

Which scene was your favorite?

The hospital scene near the end. I enjoyed the interactions within the characters.

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

Amazing story of people overcoming obstacles and dealing with their past.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed being able to listen to this book after reading the print version when it was originally released!

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surprising but....somehow better than the first!

Would you consider the audio edition of Sisters in Bloom to be better than the print version?

I love audiobooks, mostly because I can hear the story while I'm driving. However, I like print books because it takes a lot less time to get that story. It just depends on what is going on in my life. The best part of the story is the story itself, so I think that whatever media is most convenient for you is perfect. BJ Harrison does an AMAZING job as a narrator and I've tried both versions of the book and highly recommend whatever form works best for you.

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Good for the Heart

What did you love best about Sisters in Bloom?

I had read this book a while back, but was given the opportunity to listen to it. You pick up on so much more listening to this book. I was able to really feel like I was with Danica and Kaylie. As the second book in the Love on Bloom series and the start of the whole Braden obsession this book is wonderful.
We set off with Danica and Kaylie both ingrossed in their relationships, but on very different speeds. Danica and Blake are just settling into their relationship. While Kaylie and Chaz are already living together is expecting a baby. Kaylie is feeling her dreams are fading away as she gets further along in her pregnancy. Danica is just starting a new chapter in her life as far as work goes. With some hidden surprises in the sisters past and a big surprise for Kaylie you don't want yo miss this.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Sisters in Bloom?

I love when Kaylie is reunited with Helen. Her shocked expression is wonderful.

What does B.J. Harrison bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The audio is great. I love listening to BJ. He sounds great.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, but is long so couldn't.

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Awesome Sisters in Bloom narrated book

This is the second book I ever read of Melissa Fosters, while I loved Sisters in Love book 1, this one well I loved it but I didn't like Kaylie for most of the book, she was so self centered, but thankfully the rest of the characters in this book make it worth reading. I love Chaz and god he so deserves a medal for dealing with Kaylie. Melissa I don't know how you came up with her, but that sure shows you can write a fantastic book. Thank god it turns out good. Was so worth reading and I'm so thankful that I read Sisters in Love first, and you should read it first then move on to this one. I recommend reading them in order. I did like this one too, I liked it so much I listened to it on Audio and BJ Harrison did a fantastic job narrating Sisters in Bloom(he made me like the book that much more) he was awesome at reading the females just as the males, I wonder if it would have been different had a women narrarated the female voices and kept B.J. for the males? Just a thought, even though he did a phenomenal job and I so hope he is the narrator for the rest of the series and I can't wait to hear them. Thank you Melissa you picked a fantastic voice when you picked BJ Harrison to read your book. I look forward to many many more. Go get this book and the audio version too. Both are worth it.

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  • Debra McDonald
  • 02-08-17

The second Snow sister

This is a standalone book but follows on from Danicas story. It explores lots of emotions and Kaylie is just as flawed as the rest of us. The same can be said of her other half Chas. Definitely one to listen to.