At Bluebonnet Lake takes you on a journey through several character’s lives weaving them together by bringing them all to a resort in Texas. This resort, Rainbow’s End has seen it’s better days yet has a marvelous cook, Carmen. Kate joins her grandmother, Sally for a month long vacation there and has no idea how she will manage thirty days away from her job in New York. Amanda Cabot fleshes out her characters well and you are able to identify with them. I found at times that the book was long, but I understand why she takes the reader through all the happenings and changes as the story develops. Love, hope, and trust in God are main themes. The book is amusing and at the same time dramatic.
I recommend reading At Bluebonnet Lake by Amanda Cabot. I understand there are sequels coming.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review, which I have given.