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Blue Ridge Sunrise

Blue Ridge Sunrise

Geschrieben von Denise Hunter

Erzählt von Julie Lyles Carr


Blue Ridge Sunrise

Geschrieben von Denise Hunter

Erzählt von Julie Lyles Carr

Bewertungen:
4.5/5 (13 Bewertungen)
Länge:
7 Stunden
Freigegeben:
Nov 7, 2017
ISBN:
9780785219552
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Former free spirit Zoe Collins swore she’d never again set foot in Copper Creek or speak to the man who broke her heart. But return she must when her beloved granny dies, leaving the family legacy to Zoe—a peach orchard nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

When Zoe returns home with her daughter and her boyfriend, Kyle, she finds that she’s the only person in town who doesn’t expect her to give up the life she’s established far away from Copper Creek. Everyone believes she was born to run the orchard, but how can she make it her home after so many years?

Cruz Huntley never quite got over his first love, Zoe Collins, the little sister of his best friend, Brady. Not when she cheated on him during their “break,” not when she took off to parts unknown with good-for-nothing Kyle Jenkins, and not even now—five years later.

As life-changing decisions and a history with Cruz hang over Zoe’s head, tensions rise between her and Kyle. Even as she comes to terms with the shifting relationships in her life, Zoe still isn’t sure if she can remain in Copper Creek with her new responsibilities . . . and her first love.

Freigegeben:
Nov 7, 2017
ISBN:
9780785219552
Format:
Hörbuch


Über den Autor

Denise Hunter is the internationally published, bestselling author of more than 35 books, three of which have been adapted into original Hallmark Channel movies. She has won the Holt Medallion Award, the Reader’s Choice Award, the Carol Award, the Foreword Book of the Year Award, and is a RITA finalist. When Denise isn’t orchestrating love lives on the written page, she enjoys traveling with her family, drinking chai lattes, and playing drums. Denise makes her home in Indiana where she and her husband raised three boys and are now enjoying an empty nest and two beautiful granddaughters. To learn more about Denise, visit her website DeniseHunterBooks.com; Facebook: @AuthorDeniseHunter; Twitter: @DeniseAHunter; Instagram: @deniseahunter.


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  • (4/5)
    This novel illustrates quite well what lies and fear can do in ones life... Even lies we tell ourselves. Once Zoe began to face up to all those lies, she was able to make a better, happier life for herself. The romance element was a nice distraction.
  • (4/5)
    I was sent this book from BookLookBloggers. My ratings and reviews will be my own personal opinions and are in no way influenced by publishers or authors who may have sent me books to review. This was beautifully written. I started this at night thinking I was only going to read a few pages. Next thing I knew I was over 50 pages in. I was lost in the story and wanted to learn more about the characters. This is written in parts and does goes between past and present (only once). I am just not a huge fan of this in books, but it worked within this story, since it was in parts and not just a chapter or two going back and forth. I found myself loving both the present and past story about the characters. I actually enjoyed learning how Zoe and Cruz meet and how they were separated. I love seeing them come back together in this second chance romance.This is a very emotional read. This deals with domestic abuse, loss, losing and finding yourself, and of course love. You will shed some tears while reading this, but you will also be smiling at times. I loved every second of this and I am so sad it is over. Overall, this was a fast read and I really enjoyed it. I want to read more from Denise Hunter.
  • (3/5)
    From the cover I was expecting a fun, cute romance. Instead, "Blue Ridge Sunrise" by Denise Hunter is a romance with a lot of deeper issues being explored; such as family drama and dealing with past mistakes. The first half of the book is dealing more with Zoe, our main female protagonist, returning home and facing her past. Because of this there are flashbacks to Zoe’s past; a lot of which were bad decisions she had made. I didn’t enjoy the first half as much because there is more mature content and I was really frustrated with Zoe. The second half is where I started to like the book a lot more and I give Ms. Hunter kudos for the transformation Zoe goes through and her character arc. In the end, Zoe and Cruz (the hero of the book), learn a lot of lessons. Zoe’s friend reminds her to find her identity in God and not any man. Zoe realizes she has been trying to control things when God should be in control and she should pass things by God before acting. Cruz’s faith also grows throughout the novel. The only thing that is a little troublesome is that Zoe and Cruz made mistakes in the past, but I don’t really see them acknowledging specifically that what they did is wrong. Of course, I love the romance! Cruz is a great guy and it’s so sweet how he is so protective of Zoe and never stops loving her. Ms. Hunter is an amazing writer and her style is easy to read. Overall, I liked the book. I think fans of contemporary novels and romance with some depth will really enjoy this book!Content: This book definitely falls in the category of edgy Christian fiction with a PG-13 rating. Some examples of the content are: the word hell is used; a couple shares a hotel room and sleep together when they aren’t married; people are at a bar and drink alcohol; a man is physically and emotionally abusive towards his girlfriend; a man calls a woman a derogatory name, but the word isn’t written; reference to someone being a drug addict. Rating: I give this book 3 stars.Genre: Contemporary; Christian fiction; Romance.I want to thank Denise Hunter, The Fiction Guild and Thomas Nelson for the complimentary copy of this book for review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I express in this review are my own. This is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s CFR 16, Part 255.
  • (3/5)
    Zoe Collins has less than no interest in returning to her small hometown in Georgia after leaving in her teens to join a band as a backup singer. However, after her grandmother passes away and leaves Zoe the family peach farm in her will, Zoe finds herself wanting to try on a different life. The added bonus of this new life is the stability it will offer her and her young daughter. Of course, with the benefits also comes the painful reality of once again being in close proximity to Cruz Huntley, the man who broke her heart and was a major factor in her decision to leave in the first place. When life pushes the former flames back into close proximity, sparks fly once again.A solid inspirational romance. Denise Hunter creates a cast of charming and flawed characters who struggle as much in their spiritual and personal relationships and allows everyone to grow. While nothing about the novel was particularly surprising, it was a perfectly enjoyable way to spend a few hours. Recommended for readers who enjoy contemporary Christian romances in a Southern setting.
  • (4/5)
    3.5 StarsA contemporary second-chance romance that includes a couple of brief Christian references mixed in. The novel also has a theme of overcoming controlling relationships and the romance part is pretty clean. The female MC deals with her choices and the male MC is a nice guy. I love the settings, a Georgia peach orchard, a small town, and a little bit of Nashville. The MCs' friends are likeable and I hope their story continues in the next book. For younger contemporary romance fans, especially new adults.Net Galley Feedback