Cats In Paris (A Magical Coloring Book)

Cats in Paris

 

As a lot of my readers probably know adult coloring books have become very popular and for good reason. It is so relaxing to color and forget your troubles for a moment. I am just getting into this new craze and it brings back wonderful memories of coloring as a child. I love cats and books and The Cats in Paris coloring book sounded perfect for diving into this craze. The pictures are wonderfully drawn and it has a little story in the beginning with the coloring pages before moving onto just pages to color.  The paper is a nice thickness which holds up wonderfully when coloring. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to see what adult coloring books are in comparison to regular coloring books. Wonderful whimsical drawings with plenty of cats throughout and images of Paris as well.

 

 

*”I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions though our of my own free will.”

 

 

The Forgotten Recipe

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After losing her fiancé in a tragic accident, Veronica Fisher finds solace in the old recipes stored in her mother’s hope chest—and in a special visitor who comes to her bake stand to purchase her old-fashioned raspberry pies.

Veronica Fisher knows how lucky she is to be marrying her best friend. Seth Lapp is kind, hardworking, and handsome—but most importantly, he loves Veronica.

When an accident on the job steals Seth away from her, a heartbroken Veronica is certain she will never love—or be loved—again. Yet when she discovers a batch of forgotten recipes and opens a bake stand to sell her Mammi’s raspberry pies, Veronica picks up a regular customer who gives her heart pause.

 

When I read this description I knew I had to read this book. I enjoyed and devoured Amy Clipston’s Kauffman Amish Bakery Series and was left feeling empty after I finished it last year. I was so excited to see that she had another series starting and it reminded me of the Kauffman Amish Bakery series. I fell in love with Veronica and my heart just simply broke for her as I read the book. Her journey to healing is filled with laughter and tears with a wonderful ending that left me wanting more. I can’t wait to see where Amy takes this series. I hope to see more of Veronica in future books and to see where Amy takes the other characters that were introduced especially with some story lines that were hinted on but not discussed in detail. I could read this again and I recommend it to anyone that loves Amish fiction with romance and mystery.

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