Stormi's Review: Star Light, Star Bright by Sydell Voeller
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Publisher: Books We Love Ltd
Released: February 10, 2016
Genre: New Adult, Romance
Length: 148 pages
Format: ebook, hardcover
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When Chyenna Dupres and her young daughter move from Portland, Oregon, to the small town of Prairie Valley, Chyenna leases a historic inn there. She plans to turn the inn into an upscale eatery, despite strong resistance from some of the locals. Her most vocal objector is cattle rancher Blair Westerman, who has relocated from L.A. to protect his own daughter from the "evils" of city life. Moreoever, he is determined to guard Prairie Valley from outside influences, especially tourists who might decide to stay. From the moment they first meet, Chyenna and Blair can't seem to leave each other alone. They get under each other's skin, and race through each other's thoughts. Their opposing goals for Prairie Valley and their push-pull feelings for each other keep tensions high--especially when their match-making daughters become close friends and decide to run away together. Chyenna and Blair may have acted like children, but now it's time to come together for the good of their own children, and realize just how far apart they've let their differences push them.
Five Boundless Stars
Chyenna is making her way in a new town by opening the Stage Coach Inn while raising her daughter alone after divorce. She hopes that the rejuvenation of the inn will help the town of Prairie Valley. Blair is working his ranch alongside his family while raising his daughter after the death of his wife. He feels that Chyenna doesn't need to change their town, but that it needs to stays the same. This argument leads them to clash early on, but soon they can't fight the attraction they both feel. Though many arguments come about, they soon find love in each other. This book was a cute little romance. Both Chyenna and Blair have painful pasts, but together they fight against and soon for each other. The love they build is strong and the attraction between them is undeniable. This book was a very well written. It was a quick and easy read that was easy to get wrapped up in and YES, easy to fall in love with too. It had romance, feuds, pain, love, friendship, and unity. It was all around a great book start to finish.