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Oh dear, one little lie. Seemed innocent enough at first but then it snowballed and became almost impossible to fix... Will Uncle Willie's meddling ways prove to be helpful - or only hurtful? Best friends, reunited in the little town they grew up in. He has baggage and doesn't feel worthy of her. She loves him and hopes he can be persuaded to leave the city life and come back home.
This is a sweet, clean, Christian romance. It is suitable for a wide range of audiences and stands alone with no cliffhangers. It contains some humour, some fun characters, and some very swoon-worthy kisses! Lose yourself in the romance of small-town life in Loon Lake with "Love at the Fluff and Fold"! A great, fun read.
Cassie Lane and Danny Kessler are reunited when Cassie's Uncle Willie with the help of his long-time friend and physician come up with a plan. It is not the best of plans but it just might work. He tells both Cassie and Danny that he needs them because he had bad news at his annual physical. Danny comes from downstate Michigan back to Loon Lake to help his old friend and substitute father. Cassie lives with her uncle and now is doing everything she can to help him too with the help of her best friend ever Danny.
Danny made a big mistake when he married another girl right after high school and now feels he is not good enough for Cassie. Cassie has tried to move past how she feels about Danny but it just has not worked. Uncle Willie's plan goes of for a while with Danny and Cassie finding each other again until they try to force him to see a specialist and he has to tell the truth.
Sometimes family tries to offer advise, often unwanted but it is done with love so you just have to forgive them and figure out what you need for yourself. In this sweet romance both Danny and Cassie stick to their Christian faith and still find their happy beginning of a new life together.
A sweet story about about love in a small Northern Michigan town. Kitty Bucholtz tells us about Loon Lake's Cassie and Danny, two childhood friends, best friends, that grew up then apart, each following paths that Life laid out before them.
Cassie's Uncle Willie decides that he will put Cassie and Danny back on a path that will lead the two back together. So, Willie fakes his own death. Well, fakes his eminent departure from this mortal coil. Well, maybe, exaggerates is a better term for his ruse.
Bucholtz writes with a gentle ease that feels very honest and real. Most refreshing to me is that Kitty's characters convey their Faith through their actions and self-reflection, not through lectures or spiritual warnings on the author's behalf. I can believe that Cassie, Uncle Willie, Danny and Kitty believe in their religion and live lives accordingly. Very comforting to me in a world where it feels like more folks are preaching religious decrees than living faithful lives.
I enjoy Mrs. Bucholtz's writing style and wording choices. "[Cassie] felt her entire body bloom in to a grin..." is a favorite line. Read it yourself for many other lines that made my face bloom into a grin. The names of local businesses in Loon Lake are also very clever. I'd wear a t-shirt from the Idle-Awhile Cabins. I found it very easy to get caught up reading about the lives in Loon Lake. So much so, that Kitty Bucholtz's "Love At the Fluff and Fold" made me late punching back in from lunch every time.
With that being said, it's a bit scary to read a book that a friend wrote! What if I don't like it?! What if I feel the need to write a negative review?! Well, there was no need to worry at all with Love at the Fluff and Fold! I loved it! Kitty's books are so good!
Cassie is such a sweet character. I loved ho loving she is. She wears her heart on her sleeve and I adore that about her. Danny, though he has his frustrating moments, is perfect for Cassie! He just needed to figure it out!
This is such a good book and I am so blessed to have been a part of Kitty's Beta readers group! Thank you, Kitty! I loved it and I'll gladly read your books any time!
*Note: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.