Tuesday, March 18, 2014

*REVIEW* "A Message of Flowers" by Rachel Walter

Reviewer: Liz
Rating: 4 Stars

 Georgina is a beautiful young woman who owns her own florist shop and loves everything flowers and their meanings. Her and her sisters Trish lost their parents a few years ago so Georgina relies on her sister Sid her best friend of fifteen years and Breeze another way out there friend. One day she starts receiving different flowers on her porch all with different meanings. Another blast from the past shows up unexpectedly, Corbin Waylay. After being gone for years he is back and showing his interest in Georgina. She is unsure and her friend Sid keeps over stepping the bounds as a friend and turning into a controlling friend.
 I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I enjoyed watching the spark ignite between Corbin and Georgina. It pulled at my heart strings. This book hasn’t got detailed sex scenes in it which is perfectly fine by me it is still quite steamy. It has been written well and kept me entertained throughout the whole book I did struggle just a little at the start but that was soon forgotten when Corbin made his entrance. I would have finished it quicker if I wasn’t running around after little ones.
I really look forward to reading more from Rachel Walter. Thanks so much for allowing me to read and review A Message of Flowers. Great work Rachel!

White Carnations - pure love, sweet and lovely.
Daisy - Innocence, beauty, simplicity.

To florist, Georgina Nickols, every flower has a meaning and a purpose. Flowers are something she knows, lives, and breathes. But when they start mysteriously showing up on her porch, she’s unsure of their meaning, and of who is leaving them.
What do these flowers mean to the messenger?

An old friend from high school, Corbin Waylay, moves back to town. When he shows up, he stirs up all kinds of trouble for Georgina. Her life-long friend, Sid Trail, hates him and makes that fact clear to Georgina. But despite the warnings from her friend, she just can’t help the feelings that resurface. The feelings she hasn’t felt for anyone since high school graduation, the feelings that only Corbin can induce.

As Corbin moves closer into her life, it causes a rift between her and Sid. The mystery flowers continue to appear and begin to add to the stresses of life.
Love, secrets, pain, and lies surround Georgina, putting her trust to the test.
When the messenger is finally revealed, will the meaning of the flowers be enough to repair the damage of those hidden secrets?

Forget Me Nots - Remember me forever, good memories, hope.
Single Red Rose - I love you.

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