The first in Jessica Redland’s Whitsborough Bay series starts with a fortune teller and a florist, and he twists and fun just amp up from there.
Searching for Steven
Sarah is offered her aunt’s flower shop, and is heading toward a new life – and, as expected she is excited. But new places, new opportunities and one old piece of information. An old reading from years ago resurfaces, and Sarah realizes that every single prediction on the list has come true. But one. She’s going to meet the man of her dreams… and his name is Steven.
From few to no Stevens, soon they are coming out of the woodwork…or cleaning the windows. With the need to find her Steven, two best friends who hate each other on the best days, and plenty of friends, new experiences and more than a few laughs.
A perfect sweet treat with a cup of tea, Redland’s writing makes readers smile: everyone has a friend like Sarah (or should) and wants to find the joy in a new moment.
Title: Searching for Steven
Author: Jessica Redland
Series: Whitsborough Bay #1
Also in this series: Dreaming About Daran
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Comedy
Published by: So Vain Books
Published on: 3 June 2015
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
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When Sarah Peterson accepts her Auntie Kay’s unexpected offer to take over her florist’s shop, she’s prepared for a change of job, home and lifestyle. What she isn’t prepared for is the discovery of a scarily accurate clairvoyant reading that’s been missing for twelve years. All her predictions have come true, except one: she’s about to meet the man of her dreams. Oh, and his name is Steven.
Suddenly Stevens are everywhere. Could it be the window cleaner, the rep, the manager of the coffee shop, or any of the men she’s met online?
On top of that, she finds herself quite attracted to a handsome web designer, but his name isn't even Steven...
During this unusual search, will Sarah find her destiny?
A copy of this title was provided via Publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
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