The Tanglewood Flower Shop
When Tanglewood flower shop owner Leanne enters Budding Stars a floristry TV competition shes shocked to make it through to the televised stages where the pressure grows to prove herself a success.
Luckily for Leanne, new Tanglewood park ranger, Rex, is a rose among the thorns as he provides support and friendship that could blossom into...more
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I very much enjoyed the gentle romance of the story, and the florist competition was a fun subplot. Really the whole book was just enjoyable, exactly what I was looking for.
The one thing I didnt like was when Leanne broke up with Rex when hed just said he more than liked her. It seemed to make no sense to me, but I ...more
I have no idea if the Budding Stars competition is based on any real TV floristry competition but if it isn't i would have to see it made into a programme, as it sounds so creative compared with some of the other various TV talent shows out there!
And of course I was willing Leanne on the whole time, and she comes up with some incredibly inventive ideas for her arrangements.
But it is the interactions with Rex that I ...more
I liked both of the lead characters and enjoyed how their relationship progressed throughout the book. The community setting was lovely. I enjoyed the twists and turns throughout the story.
I recommend this light hearted cosy book - a perfect holiday read or for a cosy afternoon on the sofa.
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In The Tanglewood Tea Shop there is a cat, in this book it is Nell, a sheepdog, that causes havoc, and if you enjoyed those two books, you are in for a treat with the third book (Wedding Shop) in which Mary the rabbit stole my heart and made me smile. Therefore, all three are on my for-a-rainy-day shelf on Goodreads.
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It was great to revisit Tanglewood, and even though it is in the same world as the Tanglewood Tea Shop book, it had a new and fresh feel to it. It followed a different formula and concentrated on new characters. The people we had gotten to know in the first book were there in the periphery story. However, you could read this ...more
Although this book is the second book in the series, it could easily be read as a standalone book.
This book features Leanne, who runs the Florist shop in Tanglewood. Her life has been the same for a long time, until she meets newcomer Rex, a Mountain ranger. She also desides to enter the TV ...more
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Thank you to NetGalley for allowing me to read this title in exchange for an honest review.