Wind Chime Café by Sophie Moss

February 13th, 2014 Kimberly Giveaway, Review 76 Comments

13th Feb
Wind Chime Café by Sophie Moss

Wind Chime Café is the first in the Wind Chime series by Sophie Moss. From the setting to the characters I slid right into this feel good tale. Moss delivered an engaging tale with few twists and characters that wrapped around my heart. Mini review: Small-town charm, sweet romance with a Navy Seal hero and a little girl who will steal your heart.

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The Chance by Robyn Carr

February 12th, 2014 Kimberly Review 58 Comments

12th Feb
The Chance by Robyn Carr

Every time I travel back to Thunder Point I fall a little more in love with this Oregon town and The Chance delivered all of the heart-warming things I adore about small-town settings. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone but I recommend starting at the beginning. Mini review: a touching tale that shares a romance and the lives of several key characters.

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The House on Main Street by Shirlee McCoy

December 12th, 2013 Kimberly Review 53 Comments

12th Dec
The House on Main Street by Shirlee McCoy

Shirlee McCoy’s The House on Main Street the first novel in the Apple Valley series takes us to the small town of Apple Valley, Washington. I love small-town settings and rich characters. McCoy delivered with feisty characters, a friends to lovers trope and a mystery. I found myself completely caught up in this charming tale. Mini review: Mixed with humor, romance and love. A little boy who will steal your heart and mystery made this an enchanting read.

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Jubilee’s Journey by Bette Lee Crosby

December 6th, 2013 Kimberly Giveaway, Review 52 Comments

6th Dec
Jubilee’s Journey by Bette Lee Crosby

In 2012, I read Betty Lee Crosby’s novel Spare Change and absolutely fell in love with the characters in the small town of Wyattsville. I enjoyed it so much I gifted it to friends and family that Christmas. At the time, the book was a standalone, but Betty told me that, Jubilee’s Journey, came to her and I am delighted that it did. In Jubilee’s Journey, I was once again transported back to the apartment complex and reconnecting with Ethan Allen and Grandma Olivia. Mini review: Touching, engaging and heart-warming. The characters spring to life and wrap themselves around your heart.

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