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Room for You (Cranberry Inn) Paperback – May 5, 2015
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Bestselling author Beth Ehemann lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago with her husband and four children. A lover of martinis and all things Chicago Cubs, she can be found reading or honing her photography skills when she’s not sitting in front of her computer writing—or on Pinterest. Room for You is the first installment of her popular Cranberry Inn series, which includes the novel Room for More and the novella Room for Just a Little Bit More.
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Beth Ehemann's debut novel, Room For You, delivers a fresh approach to a contemporary romance that is relevant, relatable and oh so romantic. Finally a dual point of view where the male voice is a true representation of a guy! Brody Murphy is an athlete, a mama's boy and an alpha male all wrapped into one swoon worthy, butterfly inducing package. Kacie Jensen is a young mom whose heart and soul are what every woman wishes to emulate. Her fierce devotion and selflessness are what female readers of this genre will identify with the most.
Through a chance meeting, their paths cross and it is anything but smooth sailing as their journey towards love and happiness ensues. I laughed, I cried, I gasped and I sighed. I experienced the gut wrenching pains and the belly warming flutters as I devoured this book, unable to get to the next page fast enough and always wanting more.
The spectrum of support characters is stellar. I mean, astronomically amazing. Starting with Kacie's goofy and fun-loving best friends, their unwavering support is both endearing and heart-warming. The moms. Oh my god...I love the moms! Both Brody and Kacie's moms add such realness to the story. The impact of their placement within the story is spot on. But the men... GAH! Brody's best friend/agent as well as his teammates may steal the spotlight a time or two and I pray, oh yes I pray, I get to read more about them all. Of course...there may be 3-4 others who will pull at your heart strings or send your blood pressure on hyper speed into the stratosphere. Love them. Hate them. They are all pertinent to the story and add so many dimensions. Room For You hits the mark on every literary level.
After reading 200+ books this year, this one is a stand out. Beth Ehemann hit the proverbial ball out the legendary ballpark with Room For You! I am counting the days and nights until I get more of Brody and Kacie in book two, Room For More, out early in 2014.
Lastly, though it didn't ruin the book for me and I have seen worse, please consider getting an editor.
Kacie is a young divorced mother with twins living at her mother's B & B with great friends an a comfortable life. In walks a good looking guy during a rain storm and turns her world upside down. When love has treated you not so well, you tend to shy away from it and question everything about the other people involved. And this is exactly the way this story goes. But Brody is strong and knows something is different about this woman and he wants to help her move on.
While this story is somewhat predictable, I find it appealing in that there are kids involved and a man that just seems pretty darn normal and down to earth. It makes the story more tangible and "real". I loved all the characters (her mom and her "handyman" helper of the Inn are so cute and have such sage advice for the couple) and the connection they all have with Kacie and her twins. While she feels like she is by herself navigating the world, her "family" is there for her 100%. And that's what life is about. It takes a village!
"My life isn't just about me anymore. I'm dragging two innocent little girls along on this ride, so I definitely have a pretty solid idea of what I want in a partner."
Life is scary and things that are not predictable become questionable. But the way the two main characters banter and have a comfortable way about them makes the story flow sweetly. That's not to say there are many obstacles showing up in their way, but they still have a way with one another that makes their time together perfect.
All in all, a good, safe read with some a killer of an ending. I wonder what will happen to these 2 and their families as they adjust to what has been dropped at their feet.