Sew Happy Together

Nora Snowdon stitches together a suspenseful and fun contemporary romance with this lively tale. Ariel is such an endearing heroine that I can’t help but wish she’d moved to my town as I’d love to be her friend. I loved how brave she was by starting all over after being dealt a bad situation. She is genuine and I couldn’t help wishing for her to have a happy ending because she truly deserved it. I loved her two suitors both of them so very different and yet so important in their own way. I enjoyed how realistic all of Ariel’s reactions were, from her interactions with her furbaby to her conversations with perspective new friends. The setting was perfect and the supporting characters added just the right amount of humor and information. This story jumps right in to the action from the very first and kept me glued to my eReader until the very last word. I felt so sad to say goodbye to this heroine as I truly felt as if I’d made a new friend. I look forward to seeing what else this author has to offer to see if her other characters can delve under my skin so quickly and easily.

Ariel has big city dreams so when her marriage fails she leaves behind small town life to make those dreams come true. Determined to start a successful designer dress boutique she doesn’t really have time for men in her life right now. But fate and her match-making momma have other plans for her. She just wants to open her store on time with no damage from her lovable but large dog but now she’s dealing with secrets and lies, some of which she didn’t even know she was a part of.


Book Blurb for Sew Happy Together

Ariel's just moved to the big city to start up her designer dress boutique.

Gorgeous men are dropping at her feet--well, one gorgeous man, after he was struck by a car.

Her mother is trying to help her by giving Ariel's phone number out to eligible gays with jobs.

Her dog wants to take over the world, one bagel at a time.

And if it wasn't for getting dumped, then kidnapped, her life would be great!


Night Owl Reviews May, 2013 4.00