About the Book
A jilted bride. A struggling innkeeper. And a romantic mountain getaway that changes everything
Rising Hollywood star Mia Emerson is looking for a safe place to land in the wake of a public breakup and celebrity scandal, and she finds it in the lake town of Bluebell, North Carolina—the location of her canceled honeymoon. She wants nothing more than to hide and wait for the tabloids to die down.
Soon after her arrival at the Bluebell Inn, Mia meets Levi Bennett, who runs the inn along with his two younger sisters. Drawn to one another from the start, Mia trusts Levi to keep her location from the press, and Levi confides in Mia about the precarious financial state of the inn—a secret he’s been keeping from his sisters.
When Mia and Levi discover an old journal that hints at a rare diamond necklace hidden in the inn, they set off on a treasure hunt to find the long-lost heirloom. What they don’t expect to surface are feelings they thought were safely locked away. Mia and Levi must decide if falling in love again is too big a risk—or if it will uncover a treasure of its own instead.
“A breeze of brilliance! Denise Hunter’s Carolina Breeze will blow you away with a masterful merge of mystery, chemistry, and memories restored in this lakeside love story of faith, family, and fortune.” —JULIE LESSMAN, award-winning author
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In My Opinion
Carolina Breeze takes readers back to the lake community of Bluebell, North Carolina and the Bluebell Inn run by three siblings. This is the second book in the series but stands on it’s own just fine.
Levi is a flawed hero whose heart is in the right place but he goes about solving a few problems in the wrong way. Mia has some soul searching of her own to do in order to figure out her place in Hollywood.
Denise Hunter delivers another engaging and sigh-worthy romance with a tight-knit family at the center. I loved catching up with Molly and Adam and can’t wait to visit again and read Grace’s story.
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