Thursday, February 25, 2016

A Season To Love-Simply Swoony!

A Season To Love 
by Nicole Deese

I sighed. I swooned. I paged back through the story thinking, can there be just a little bit more? Please? A Season to Love satisfies deep in the heart, like eating your own wedding cake.

I love how the heroine (Willa) is dealing with her own issues before the hunky doctor (Patrick) arrives in town. I also love how Patrick seems too flawless at first, yet he ultimately reveals issues of his own. And finally, I love that these two characters appear to be perfectly and heartbreakingly wrong for each other.

There's lots to love here - can you tell? And what do you know . . . Valentine's Day is around the corner! Just in time, Deese has created a character more dreamy than McDreamy (Grey's Anatomy). And the woman who falls for him is just like me. And you. Extremely relatable.

The story carries the reader away to an adorable Northwestern town full of interesting people, many of whom are reprised from Deese’s earlier novel entitled A Cliché Christmas. The best part about this companion story is that you can enjoy either one without reading the other, but if you do choose to read both, the characters are consistent and reveal delightful fill-in details.

The story swept me up and kept me reading late into the night as I cheered for fictional characters I find myself still caring about. I highly recommend this romance for those who love LOVE. You can snag your own copy here. And guess what? It's available on Kindle Unlimited!

Nicole Deese has several other romances out too - you can learn more about her on the website.

Willa (the main character) is addicted to Peppermints. What's your favorite Valentine candy?

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  1. This book sounds really good. My favorite Valentine candy? Anything chocolate. :-)

  2. I think we should open up this discussion to all kinds of candy. Not just valentine candy. And my vote is for: Milk Duds. This story really is wonderful - hope you'll try it!

  3. I have to go with chocolates. :) Looks like a great read!

  4. My favorite valentine candy is anything from Russell Stover. Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.
    Janet Estridge.

  5. Chocolate, anything chocolate, is good for Valentine's Day and Easter and my birthday and just because....
    Thanks for sharing this review!

  6. Thank you:) Such a beautiful review!