Bedazzled Dreamer by Deborah King
Today I am taking part in the blog tour for Bedazzled Dreamer by Deborah King. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and the author for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly.
She’s about to launch her dream business. The last thing she needs is a distracting housemate and his son…
Shelby is excited to open a shop with her best friend. But with Janna just-married and moved out, she worries their hopes of starting a boutique will never come true. And things get more complicated when her old distrust of men is put to the test by her handsome new roommate and his little boy…
With Oktoberfest decorations forgotten and replaced by Christmas cheer, she slowly allows Shane and the child a space in her heart. But she doesn’t trust her second chance at romance or the success of her boutique when surprising news threatens her newly minted courage.
Can Shelby find the strength to let her ambitions flourish, along with her new passion?
Bedazzled Dreamer is the second touching book in the Inspiration In Cologne women’s fiction series. If you like heartwarming stories, cozy small towns, and festive holiday experiences, then you’ll love Deborah King’s romantic women’s fiction tale.
This is the second book in the Inspiration In Cologne series.
Everything changes for businesswoman Shelby when Shane enters her life. He is looking for a job and a place to stay for him and his son Nate, and by chance, Shelby is in a position to offer both.
Shelby isn’t looking for romance, in fact, her past has made her distrustful of men, but Shane is different from the others. Also, if Shane can’t win her heart there is an adorable three-year-old with a very cute lisp who certainly can!
This is a sweet story about new beginnings and having the courage to follow your dreams. I enjoyed the Cologne setting and interesting characters, especially Nate who is just adorable!
Author Bio –
Deborah King is a spirited woman who was inspired to pursue her dreams due to her mother’s death from early onset Alzheimer’s disease. She has the unique ability to read people and tackle life’s hardships.
Deborah is a distinctive new voice in women’s fiction. After raising two children, working with a not-for-profit wildlife rescue organization, and reading too many books to count, she retired from her personal training and weight management business to follow her dream of writing.
Deborah is extremely grateful for having the opportunity to work with many different people sharing and teaching what inspires her, which you will catch glimpses of in her books.
She lives in Missouri with her supportive husband, two cats, who believe they’re dogs, her mini fitness store, and her eclectic collection of books.