Hello, reader friends! I pulled a few late nights this week… is it nap time yet?! We have a sweet novella featured today, A Honey of a Christmas, plus my review! Please share your first line then come to see me over at Seekerville (with a giveaway) and Hope by the Book!
A Honey of a Christmas by Jessica R. Patch
““Agnes, did you know,” Agnes Piercy sang out as she dug through the trunk of her Ford Focus for her event binder, “that your Christmas plans, would one day sink in water?””
I loved this story! The “friends to more” romance trope is one of my favorites and since my personal love story falls in this category, I can definitely relate to both the pros and cons these characters encounter!
I couldn’t help but love Tucker in the first Honeyhaven installment. Even when I wanted to shake him for his blunders, he’s just such a devoted guy and handy to boot! I have a soft spot for mister fix-it types (again, real-life love story connection). Besides being a loyal and feisty friend, Agnes blended into the background of the first novella for me (which is understandable, it is a novella) but oh how I love her now that I know her! I aspire to her organizational skills and creativitiy and admire her independence and wit.
Honeyhaven is a wonderful small-town simply ripe for a sweet romance such as this. Jessica Patch has woven a heart-sore hero, reluctant heroine, and festive event-planning chaos with faith, family, and hilarity. I highly recommend this series!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review. The opinions expressed are my own.
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