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    Blueprints is a great summer read!

    Blueprints by Barbara Delinsky is a lovely contemporary romance novel. Caroline MacAfee is the host of Gut It! and a master carpenter for the show and MacAfee Homes. Her daughter, Jamie MacAfee is also on the show and works for MacAfee Homes. MacAfee Homes is a family business headed by Theo MacAfee. Roy MacAfee is Theo’s son, Caroline’s ex-husband, and Jamie’s father. He is the marketing expert for MacAfee Homes. Roy is currently on his third wife. Each time he marries, he goes ten years younger. The current wife, Jess is just a little older than Jamie (who is 29). Gut It! is something that Caroline’s loves hosting, but the show (with help from Roy) has decided to change the hosting to Jamie. Jamie agrees to tell her mother, but then she waits. Unfortunately, she waits a little too long and Caroline hears it from someone else. Jamie and Caroline had always had a great relationship until this incident. Caroline feels Jamie knew what was going to happen and should have done something or told her. Before Caroline and Jamie can resolve the situation, Roy and Jess are killed in a car accident. Their two year old son, Tad is left is Jamie’s care. Jamie’s finance, Brad (a lawyer with MacAfee homes) is less than helpful. Instead of Caroline and Jamie helping each other, they turn to other people. Caroline becomes closer to Dean Brannick. Dean and Caroline have worked together for years and are friends. Dean now wants to take their relationship to a new level. Jamie is a mother with no experience. Charlie Kobik is a single dad with a four year old son. Jamie and Charlie meet at the park and Charlie provides valuable help and advice. What is going to happen to Gut It!? Can Jamie and Caroline work out their issues? What will happen between Caroline and Dean? Will Brad shape up or ship out? Will Jamie be able to handle her job and a two year old? Read Blueprints to find out! Blueprints was a very enjoyable novel. I give Blueprints 4.5 out of 5 stars. Blueprints has a lovely ending that ties up all the storylines in the book. If you are looking for a good book to read this summer, than you should pick up Blueprints. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The review and opinions expressed are my own.
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    An easy read. Loved it

    Read the book over the Christmas and Boxing Day holiday. Couldn’t put the book down. Page after page of well written love and plots. Have never read Barbara Delinsky but it won’t be my last.
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    A nice read

    Great story, loved the twists the relationships took. It really highlights the different roles women have and the struggle to do it all.
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    Relatable

    I loved this book. The characters are very real. I enjoyed reading about the conflicts in the two main characters feelings. The conflict was very relateable. I am going through a conflict with one of my children at this time, so I was able to really understand the feelings. In fact, it helped to know (and yes I do know this is a book of fiction), that there are people out there that have the same kind of thoughts going around in their head! Very well written!
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    A delightful book

    Blueprints is full of realistic day to day challenges in balancing work with family responsibilities, interesting, believable relationships. Any sadness shows that good and unexpected happiness is a possible result. A few times I had tears in my eyes......tears of joy! Well writen...I felt g
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