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    Chase your dreams

    This book is adorable. I love the way it starts with her as a child with her big dreams. Then it flashes to current day. Now I don't know how much I have to say how much I normally hate that sort of thing but when it works it really works. The same with when it jumps from character POV's. This one could have given a little better heads up like the name at the top of the chapter or some other indication because it was a little hard to know. Yes, they all had their strengths but I like that little indication that I need to be in a slightly different mindset for a different character. I loved watching them intermingle though. Watching/reading someone's dreams come is absolutely beautiful. Fictional or not it is fantastic. Then when the architect comes in I can almost feel his excitement in getting to restore an old building. It reminds me of an old friend of mine who builds and restores homes. Just the pure excitement and seeing their home just piled full of blue prints. The way the character talked about the restoration was fantastic. You could really feel how much they wanted that. I am so in love with how in love with their dreams these characters are. It is just beautiful and very uplifting. I also love how they were able to bring it all together even though at first Bianca fought them almost all the way but it ended so well. (no that is not a spoiler) This author has a way to make you really feel what the characters are feeling, as a reader that is absolutely something you want out of your books. That is something that will keep me coming back to this author. I can't wait to read more by her.
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    Nice, sweet story.

    Tessa has a job that she hates. She has a dream, a one-stop shop for wedding needs. She has a portfolio, but to get things going, she's going to need a lot more than that. For starters, she cannot afford to go into a new business venture on her own, so she needs partners. She has her friend Natalie in mind. Natalie would make the perfect wedding dress designer. Next, she is hoping to rope in wedding planner Stefan. He is not the ideal partner, but is successful in his own right, and would bring in good, solid business to the agency. Lastly, she wants Ama to join as the cake designer. Looking good so far. They now need a solid business plan and a great location. Tessa has found just that, a fixer-upper that they can just barely afford. They must higher a handyman, at the very least, to get things going in the right direction in short order. Now, once they come up with a name, they will be on their way. Contractor Blake Ellingham is more then happy to work for the new agency. After all, the building is truly special in the historic old town where it is located. Tessa is utterly breathless around Blake. The sparks between them are quite lively. She really needs Blake's help, especially since the house needs more than a few renovations, including electrical work that was unexpected. When Stefan suddenly quits, Blake is brought even deeper into the agency, much against his better judgment. The characters were warm, likable and engaging. I definitely enjoyed the natural humor that flowed through the pages. Also, the relationship between Tessa and Blake was just so sweet. The story flowed quite well and the the conclusion was enjoyable. One Day Like this was a refreshing morning read. I look forward to reading more of Laura Briggs in the future, especially since Tessa and friends will be back. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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