Blooming (Blooming Series, #1)

Blooming (Blooming Series, #1)

by Ruby Loren

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Blooming (Blooming Series, #1) by Ruby Loren

What do you do when the future isn’t a bed of roses?

Lydia has spent three years of her life working on what now seems to be a worthless degree. Every job she applies for needs years of work experience and she has precisely none. The only spark of hope comes when her boyfriend, Jake, manages to land her a role as a gardening volunteer at Heathley Park and Gardens, but when she meets the head gardener, Scott, her hopes are crushed.

Far from being the opportunity of her dreams, Heathley Park and Gardens is one big nightmare! Will she ever be able to prove to both Scott and herself that she should be taken seriously as a gardener? 

It doesn’t help that someone has a vendetta against the Heathley gardeners. A vandal is running rampant through the park and gardens and unless they uncover the culprit, Heathley could be just one scuttled boat away from a lawsuit!

Lydia is about to discover that love, life, and landscape gardening, is definitely not a bed of roses.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154322857
Publisher: Ruby Loren
Publication date: 05/08/2017
Series: Blooming Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 495,200
File size: 392 KB

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Blooming (Blooming Series, #1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Bernadette_Cinkoske 8 months ago
Lydia becomes a full time volunteer at Heathley Park and Gardens to gain hands-on experience as a gardener. She gets the worst jobs, but is determined to prove she can do the work. This is a coming of age story with all the appropriate angst. The plot and characters are well done. I enjoyed Lydia's journey.
Tangen More than 1 year ago
interpersonal-problems, sabotage, relationships Fresh from university with a landscape design degree but no paying job, volunteering full time is her only option to gain the experience she needs to round out her resume. She also comes to learn first hand how intricate employee politics can be as well as how frustrating it is for the only female in the crew. Then there is the problem of the short sighted boyfriend added in, and some very unfortunate incidents. The length of the book is really nice, but I don't want to have any spoilers here. It's a really good read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago