Friday, January 8, 2016

THE FLORIST REVIEW


HEY GUYS, HERE IS MY REVIEW OF THE FLORIST, A WORKPLACE ENCOUNTERS STORY BY SERENA YATES! I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SERIES, AND THIS BOOK IS THE PERFECT ADDITION TO IT! BELOW IS MY REVIEW AND LINKS FOR THIS ONE, LET'S TAKE A LOOK!

THIS QUOTE IS PERFECT, JUST PERFECT, YOU WILL SEE WHY! HERE IS MY REVIEW:


          The Florist  (A Workplace Encounters Story) by: Serena Yates
                                                              reviewed by: Becky

When freelance florist Dylan White gets a call that a good friend has died and left him a flower shop, Dylan isn’t sure he wants the commitment. Still, he travels to Florida to speak with the law firm, where he meets defense attorney Sean Mellick in the corridor. Sean makes a point of “running into” Dylan again, and Dylan eventually agrees to a date.
While romance blooms between the two men, their careers aren’t going as smoothly. Dylan faces employee resistance and sabotage, and then inexplicable expenses leave him on the verge of bankruptcy. An offer to sell that sounds too good to be true makes him suspicious, and he asks Sean for help. Though they’ve had very little time together, Dylan and Sean need each other to work through the issues and plant the seeds for the future they both want.

Poor Dylan is in the middle of a vacation meant to give him some down time from being a freelance florist after he quit his latest job, but then he gets a call that changes his plans, and ultimately his life.
Dylan is sad to learn his friend Mike has died, and he is floored to learn that Mike has left him everything: his house and even his flower shop! Dylan begins itching because staying in one place, well that's just not his thing.
While at the lawyers office getting Mike's affairs in order, he meets someone who just may change his mind about his wandering ways! Sean is knocked for a loop when he meets Dylan, now to convince him first for a date and then to stay!
Dylan and Sean have a long road to navigate, not only is there Dylan's penchant to not stay in one place, but someone at the florist Dylan inherited doesn't want him there and things start happening. Can Dylan save his business and finally be motivated to stay in one place?
Friends you HAVE GOT to read this book! It is amazing! Thank you Serena, for yet another title in this series that is a keeper just like all the rest!
                                                           the 5 red tulip rating :)

I JUST HAD TO DO THE TULIPS, YOU WILL SEE WHY!! HERE ARE THE LINKS FOR THE FLORIST, SNAP IT UP RIGHT NOW, YOU WILL LOVE IT JUST LIKE I DID!
THANKS SO MUCH FOR JOINING ME FOR MY REVIEW OF THE FLORIST, SEE YOU GUYS NEXT TIME, GRAB THIS BOOK!







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