Format: Trade Paperback
Fiction - Contemporary Women
Although I have not read the other two books in this series, but I was still able to enjoy reading this book. Now I can't wait to read the other two books in this series, because Restless in Carolina was an awesome book. I could not put this down. Bridget Pickwick Buchanan struggles to overcome her grief from losing her beloved husband, which she is struggling to do. Bridget Pickwick is a quirky, outspoken, and hard-headed environmentalist with emotional baggage. Some of her antics made me cringe, while a few others made me laugh.
Bridget wants to preserve her uncle's land and ends up meeting with JC Dirk, a developer from Atlanta who sees the possibility of developing the land while keeping an eco-friendly development which is what Bridget wants. And along comes J.C. Dirk a man who gets Bridget's attention in a way no man has since she lost Easton. Their interaction is energizing as is the involvement of all the quirky Pickwick's, with their conflicting agendas and motivations. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves those types of readings that you can't get enough of.
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