Nothing says summer like a Mary Kay Andrews and her latest release Save the Date. Thank you to St. Martins Press and Tandem Literary for a copy of the novel in exchange for an honest review.
Cara Kryzik is a Florist in Savannah. She is new to the florist trade having inherited the business from the previous owner. Her assistant Bert helps her make the daily deliveries and assist with the weddings. Cara has some great contacts in the area that get her great clients. One of them is the Trappnell Wedding which has its own conflict. There are a couple of problems one being her father wants his money back and for her to come back to Ohio. The other is a new Florist in town Cullen Kane who is known for his business in Charleston and looking to expand. Will Cara be able to keep her business a float? Will The Trapnell wedding take place?
I loved this novel! I didn’t like seeing the circumstances events that happened to Cara in the story. She is a character you will come to love. I just couldn’t stop reading to find out more. The villain Cullen Kane was not as memorable as last year’s novel Ladies’ Night. The setting is always a character in MKA’s novel, and this time she chose what is familiar in Savannah. The main character’s profession is as Florist. So you know that it means weddings are included. All these factors together make for a great story!
So here is my prescription for this novel. You must first purchase the novel and have it sitting beside you as you read this review or on your way to making the purchase. Choose an afternoon or reading challenge where you can engross yourself in the story with no interruptions.