Friday Feature: Flowers for Hattie by Kimberly M. Miller

Do you love a wholesome romance? Then you might like today’s Friday Feature!

Title: Flowers for Hattie by Kimberly M. Miller
Publisher: Prism Lux
Genre: Contemprary, Wholesome, Romance
Length: 285 pages

Summary:

Hattie Campanelli has blue hair and a solid start on a tattoo sleeve. No way can she be Finn Weslow’s muse. He needs a woman with pearls and pink sweaters.

Then again, to the world, Finn looks like a bad boy musician, when in reality he’s button-down shirts and home-cooked meals.

So looks can be deceiving, after all.

But one thing’s sure—Hattie and Finn need each other. One for music, one for survival, but both for true love.

From the author of Picking Daisy and Forgiving Tess comes a poignant tale of love, forgiveness, and surprises.

Find Kimberly M. Miller on Goodreads

Purchase Link: Amazon * B&N

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