Author: Brianne Moore
Narrators: Mary Jane Wells
Publication Date: October 6, 2020
All Stirred Up by Brianne Moore is a cute second chance romance.
Susan moves to Edinburgh to save her family’s last remaining high end restaurant and grandfather’s legacy. Chris, Susan’s ex-boyfriend and former restaurant employee has recently moved to Edinburgh to open his own restaurant. He was living in New York and recently moved to Edinburgh. The breakup was bad leaving complicated feelings for both of them. Even though it’s been years are they over the breakup and each other?
All Stirred Up is a really cute second chance romance. It is lighthearted and was nice to read between all the heavy books I’ve been reading. As the story progresses you hear more about the past as well as the present. There are many things that happened that the other was not aware of. I enjoyed All Stirred Up. Susan and Chris were fun characters with personalities. Their relationship is complicated. Even though their relationship ended on bad terms, they both still have feelings for each other, but neither of them is willing to say it. Will Susan and Chris get the second chance they both want or will they be too stubborn to fight for each other?
Susan and Chris are fighting for their relationship while fighting for their restaurants. Susan finds out why Chris left her family’s restaurant years ago. Will the reason bring them closer together or farther apart?
I listened to the audiobook narrated by Mary Jane Wells and thought she did a good job. I loved her British accent. At times it was hard for me to concentrate on listening to the accent for long periods of time but I still enjoyed it.
I recommend All Stirred Up to anyone looking for a cute lighthearted second chance romance.
Thank you NetGalley and Alcove Press/Dreamscape Audio.
About the Author
I’m a writer, editor, baker, knitter, and lifelong history lover. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, I spent my childhood inventing and acting out stories of brave princesses and gutsy ladies (always in AMAZING gowns!).
I moved to the glorious, history-soaked city of Edinburgh nearly 10 years ago and felt like I’d finally come home. I now live just outside ‘Auld Reekie’, in a beautiful seaside town in East Lothian.