Friday, November 10, 2017

Review: Blue Ridge Sunrise by:Denise Hunter

 Blue Ridge Sunrise (Blue Ridge Romance #1)
About the Book:
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 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.


My Review:
 Before I start this review I would like to say, I am so jealous of the main character Zoe. She inherited a peach orchard--no fair. Zoe's response to this town and everything as well as everyone in it is so completely different. The town receives her back with a warm reception and believes she is the only one that can run that peach orchard but Zoe ain't buying it.

 Zoe has started over and it far more happier than ever but her return to Copper Creek looks like it will complicate things. The guy that she felt broke her heart all those years ago feels like she done a number on him, as well. So the tables are fastly turning in this the latest romance by Denise Hunter.

 Kyle is sort of the problem and sort of caught in the middle of this. Cruz and Zoe have a lot of unfinished business that needs to be dealt with and it looks like there is no time like the present, unfortunately.

 A great book for a clear, crisp fall day in November. Curled up with some hot tea under a blanket. Love these fall romances!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All opinions are my own.