Cricket Creek, Kentucky, is a sweet river town known for its baseball, shopping, and weddings. After the recession, business is finally bouncing back, but old insecurities—and heartaches—are slower to heal…
Reese Marino gave up most of his wild ways years ago, graduating from college and becoming part owner of his uncle’s pizza parlor. The fact that Gabby still treats him like a troubled teenager drives him mad, but that’s not the only thing about the sassy florist driving him to distraction. Despite Gabby’s reluctant attitude, Reese is determined to win her over and show her that love often blooms right where you least expect it.
Years later they are both back in town, business owners and college graduates – but it is hard to live down the past. They each had a bad case of teen love in high school but when Reese asked her to prom she turned him down thinking he was only teasing her. Full of life and hope they take a chance on each other with one step forward and two steps back frequently. Each of us have voices in our heads – those of our friends, family or even just history – those voices can threaten our best chance at happiness given the opportunity.
Luann McLane has a sweet take on love in a small town as well as giving yourself and those around you second chances; we all need them. There are multiple love stories concurrent in this novel. Full of innuendo and the interconnectedness of the lives of a small town Wildflower Wedding is a lighthearted romance full of drama and the nosy neighbors we all love to hate.
Disclosure: This book was provided to BBMoreB free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.