Book Review: A Brambleberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne

Posted June 21, 2021 by WendyW in Blogging, Bloglinks, Book Review, bookblogger / 5 Comments

A Brambleberry Summer
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by RaeAnne Thayne
Publication Date June 29, 2021
Published by Harlequin
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Genres: Clean & Wholesome, Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, Small Town & Rural
Pages: 224
Format: ARC

A new season leads to a new beginning in New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne's latest heartwarming romance!
Will the secrets of her past…
Prevent her from having the future she’s always wanted?
Rosa Galvez’s attraction to Officer Wyatt Townsend is as powerful as the moon’s pull on the tides. But with her past, Rosa knows better than to act on her feelings. When Wyatt and his adorable son become Brambleberry House’s newest tenants, Rosa finds her resolve slipping. Her solo life slowly becomes a sun-filled family adventure—until dark secrets threaten to break like a summer storm.
From Harlequin Special Edition: Believe in love. Overcome obstacles. Find happiness.
The Women of Brambleberry House
Book 1: The Daddy MakeoverBook 2: His Second-Chance FamilyBook 3: A Soldier's SecretBook 4: A Soldier's ReturnBook 5: A Brambleberry Summer

My Review:

A Brambleberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne is the sixth book in her popular The Women of Brambleberry House Series. I have not read the other books in this series, but I will now! This was a fun, light book, with a spunky heroine, a tortured hero, a cute little boy, and a couple of fun dogs to make some mischief for the couple, all set in a beautiful small town on the Oregon coast.

Rosa Galvez just wants to live a peaceful life, managing the three apartments in Brambleberry House and her little store in the small coastal town of Cannon Beach. When a friend suggests she let Officer Wyatt Townsend and his seven-year-old son, Logan rent one of her empty apartments, she knows it’s not a good idea, but she doesn’t have a good reason to refuse. Her quiet, solitary life picks up and her initial attraction to Wyatt gets stronger.

This is a fun, light book, with a powerful and strong heroine, who has a past she’s ashamed of, and has a huge heart, and likes to help others. I found this book to read very fast, I enjoyed the pacing and felt the mysterious background of Rosa and Wyatt made me want to keep reading as fast as I could to get to the end.

The characters are wonderful. Wyatt, a strong lawman, his son Logan, just as cute as can be without being saccharine, and of course the energetic beagle, Hank, and the very elegant Irish Setter Fiona all made a fabulous cast of characters.

The author did an excellent job of describing the beautiful town of Cannon Beach and the lovely old home of Brambleberry House. Although this book is in a series, it’s very much a stand-alone novel.

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

5 responses to “Book Review: A Brambleberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne

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  2. Wonderful review Wendy. This sentence tells me it is a good one, ” I have not read the other books in this series, but I will now! ” I have both the audibook and ebook, so plan on a read/listen in a few days. It sounds like a perfect summer read.