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Cards From Khloe's Flower Shop Kindle Edition
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In ‘Cards From Khloe’s Flower Shop’ we read the stories of three different woman who are all in a way connected to Khloe’s Flower Shop. There is Khloe, the owner of Khloe’s Flower Shop. There is Connie, a lonely woman with an imaginary boyfriend. And Gabby, a widow who really wants to start living her life again. These woman are all very different but they all have in common they really want to find love.
‘Cards From Khloe’s Flower Shop’ is the perfect book to read when you’re in need of a feel-good story. The story is very cliché and predictable but it still makes you want to keep on reading because the characters are just so nice and loveable. The romance stories are just way too good to be true, but I didn’t really expect more by reading the book description so it worked perfectly for me.
From the three stories, I liked Khloe’s story the most. I loved how she was this hardworking, self-made woman and I loved how strong she seemed to be. The romance between her and Derek felt the most true to me and I loved reading their story.
Connie’s story was definitely nice too, but she was just so awkward and really didn’t care much about herself. And although I definitely enjoyed reading about Gabby and Harry, I felt like their story was the most unreal one. I just didn’t feel their chemistry. But I did love the way Gabby became a part of Harry’s family.
Overall this was a nice story that definitely made me feel-good. The writing was very easy to follow, and very descriptive. And I really enjoyed my getting-away moment while reading this book.
The three main characters are all believable, the way the interweave throughout the book is really good, and some brilliant laugh out moments with all of them (maybe that's my English humour). The length of the book is just right, the level of detail is great and I loved going from one character to another, as they all told their stories.
Loved it that much - I'd love to see a sequel as I think the characters can go even further.