Monday, January 26, 2015
Abigail Pressman has a lot to live up to, what with being the descendant of the founding couple of Loves Park, a town and couple known for love and all things romantic. And Abigail is still single. And quickly approaching 30.
When the Valentine Volunteers set their eyes on recruiting her and finding her a perfect match, things turn from bad to worse. Especially when their matchmaking attempts come at the same time as trying to save her bookshop from a new landlord's plans to terminate her lease and put an end to her shop.
When she comes across a string of hearts written by an anonymous couple over the course of many years, Abigail can't help but be drawn in. She questions her own jaded view on love. As the mystery of the hearts begins to unfold though, it begins to look like a tragedy befell the couple. Will the truth affect Abigail's view on love?
My thoughts: What an adorable book! The perfect read for Valentine's day, with it's fun town that revolves around all things romantic. I love the characters and how they come to life with their hopes, hurts, and dreams. The characters are just the right amount of quirky and fun. The author does a marvelous job at developing her secondary characters as well. I love the reminder to look for the beautiful in all one's relationships. This is my new favorite contemporary romance novel!
I received this book from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 5:53 AM
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So glad you enjoyed this one Amanda! It does sound like a great Valentine's Day read! :)ReplyDelete
It's a fun one!Delete
Thanks for your comment, Laura. They made my day!
I'm planning to read this one eventually. It sounds good, and I've heard it has some Letters to Juliet feels. That alone sold me. :DReplyDelete
You should read it! The story has the feel of a really great chick flick.;)Delete
I can see being similar to Letters to Juliet.