Blue Roses - Mimi Strong

Blue Roses

By Mimi Strong

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-04-30
  • Book Genre: Romantic Comedy
  • Author: Mimi Strong
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 312 Ratings)

Blue Roses Mimi Strong read online review & book description:

From the very funny and bestselling author Mimi Strong comes BLUE ROSES, a hilarious new story about a gruff motorbike repair shop owner trying to win the heart of a jaded florist. Tina has seen first-hand how Luca's relationships end with him sending apology flowers. She's worried she might be his next disaster.

BLUE ROSES is the first book in Mimi Strong's BAKER STREET ROMANCE series, which is a collection of linked stories that may be read in any order.

Blue Roses was published in April as part of the limited-time "Alphas After Dark" anthology, and this new May 2014 re-release edition contains some new scenes.

COMPLICATED GIRL, the second book in the BAKER STREET ROMANCE series, is due out May 5th, 2014.

Each book in the Baker Street series is a stand-alone, complete book, focusing on one couple. The stories are linked and may be read in any order. BLUE ROSES is the first book in the series.

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Posted Reviews

  • Blue Roses

    By NV19
    LOVED IT!!! β€œHonk” πŸ˜‚β€οΈπŸ’™
  • Boring Read

    By MissyRNNC
    This was a boring read. I was lost at mention of Muffin the cat. There was zero chemistry between the characters.
  • Amazing!!!

    By amyrdrz
    I loved this book it was really cute but mostly interesting and I just love it!! (:
  • terrible

    By clemence.r
    self published novels just get worse and worse, what a sad time for avid romance readers.
  • Blue Roses

    By Tiggy/Cookie
    An OK little story that needed some fleshing out. Maybe more about the relationship she had with her first love that died. All in all, a sweet story.
  • No depth

    By Merrie29
    This had potential but there was way too much missing in the back story for both Luca and Tina.
  • Sassy and romantic

    By busymamastill
    What a joy to read this from Mimi Strong! I laughed, cried, and cheered... could not put it down. I love Tina with all her hysteria about the love she lost when Jonathan died. I love that she still treasures the blue rose he gave her for a prom night corsage. No matter what, that first love is always treasured. Too bad he was not around for very long to enjoy their relationship. Life moves on but Tina is still stuck back to the point of Jonathan's death. She needs something like an earthquake to nudge her back to the present times. She still lives at home, still holds the same job she had when she graduated high school, and she is not dating or seeing anyone of the opposite sex. She is stuck in a comfort zone that does not allow her to grow. Shut the door and call me sassy! Luca comes into her life and the earthquake happens. At 6'3" tall, gorgeous hunk of man, and smelling like heaven, he is just what the doctor ordered. Under that rough exterior, you know he is a loving, sensitive and passionate man. I love their banter and how creative he is planning their dates. I melted when they went on the second date... you have to discover it for yourselves. I am gushing here with praise for Mimi's writing. I love her quirky prose, her humor and most of all, the heart she instills on everything she writes. This was such a loving, tender and PASSIONATE story! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
  • Hot & Hilarious!!!

    By Radical Recycks
    Holy Moly this was a Fabulous book!! Luca keep's pissing off the women in his life so what better way to say sorry then with Flowers? But things are always what they seem. Tina thinks Luca is hot, hot, hot. Their banter is hilarious. Luca finally asks's Tina out but things become a bumpy ride. Tina has had a loved one ripped from her life that she still hasn't recovered. When she pushes Luca away he just walks away. After months, apart their paths finally cross but will they fight to be together or just walk away? Lots of hot Scrabble playing. Fabulous ending. Quotes: "She told me when they share the bed, it's platonic and they sleep foot to head. I think what she really means is sixty-nine." "I did brush up against his wildcard tiles, but I didn't put my hand inside the velvet bag and grope around for anything special."

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