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Carolina Breeze–social media disaster

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Carolina Breeze

by Denise Hunter

When an innkeeper desperate to fulfill his promise to his father to take care of his sisters is introduced to the world of glamorous movie stars and paparazzi, his own world is turned upside down. Levi Bennett tries to fix everything for everybody, but he takes on more than he can handle when he meets the gorgeous Mia Emerson retreating from heartbreak and a scandal.

Beautiful Bluebell, N.C., is the perfect place for Mia to recover with the sympathetic and discreet Bennett siblings taking up her cause. Romance is in the air for Levi and Mia as well as for Levi’s sister Molly who was the focus of the first book in the series. Just when things start to look up, there are realistic twists and turns that shake things up for the characters. But disasters and surprises can be part of God’s plan, and He can bring good out of them as the characters in Carolina Breeze by Denise Hunter, a clean romance with a bit of mystery, soon discover. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

Rating: 5/5

Category: Romance

Notes: #2 in the Bluebell Inn Series, but works well as a standalone.

Publication:   May 19, 2020—Thomas Nelson

Memorable Lines:

Using people is wrong. Using their feelings against them is even worse.

It was time to get serious about her faith again. She was learning to let down her walls with people, but she needed to let God in too. Him, most of all.

The movie had been going on for a while, but her mind was on other things…All of it was tangled up in her head like last year’s Christmas lights.


  1. Carla says:

    Lovely review Linda. I am so happy you are enjoying this series. I also loved this one and want to continue on to see what is next for the siblings.

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  2. lghiggins says:

    Yes, me too. I made sure it is already on my iPad and ready to go. Unfortunately, it will have to wait its turn.


  3. Sounds interesting, dear Linda.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Shalini says:

    I loved the cover and great review Linda. I would love to read this. Got to check if it is on Kindle unlimited as I want to read more from my subscription

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  5. Shalini says:

    Ah well too expensive to buy

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  6. I love books set in the coastal South, thanks Linda!

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    • lghiggins says:

      Several have come across my path recently and I have enjoyed them. They even make me want to take a trip. Covid has certainly put a damper on traveling. Who wants to fly on an airline that kicks a family off a plane because a two year old won’t wear a mask? 😱 I have yet to meet a two year old whose behavior is predictable.😉


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