Blossom Street Brides by Debbie Macomber - 336 pages
This novel focuses on the stories several people in Blossom Street who frequent the store A Good Yarn. We step into the lives of newlyweds Bethanne and Max and see the trouble they have living in different states due to their businesses. When Max's friend Rooster comes with him on a trip to Seattle, he meets Lauren and they begin a relationship, albeit also long distance. We see how Lydia, the owner of A Good Yarn, deals with family issues while a secret someone created a charity campaign using her store's products leading to an increase in customers. Lastly, we see how Lauren's bosses Elisa and Garry deal with their teenage daughter's unplanned pregnancy.
Overall, the story captured me. I especially wanted to find out how Lauren and Rooster's relationship played out and who created the knitting basket campaign.