REVIEW: Blue Ridge Sunrise by Denise Hunter

Zoe Collins returns to Copper Creek with the settlement of her grandmother’s estate.  The timing is excellent as she is thinking of getting away, at least for a while, from her music partner and captor, Kyle. Going home, though, means reckoning with her stoic father and adopted brother, Brady. Oh, and let’s not forget high school boyfriend Cruz Huntley who has never won her father’s favor.   At 24, though, Zoe can call her own shots and she decides to try and work her grandmother’s orchard.  

Thanks to Thomas Nelson for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

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