This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
Season of Wonder
Summary: He’s giving her children a season of wonder…
Dani Capelli seized a chance to start over in a small town with her daughters. Now, facing her first Christmas in Haven Point, she wonders if leaving New York was a mistake. Dani loves working alongside veterinarian Dr. Morales, but her two children aren’t adjusting to small-town life. And then there’s Dr. Morales’s son, Ruben—Dani’s next-door neighbor. Gorgeous, muscled and dependable, the deputy sheriff is everything she secretly craves and can’t bear to risk loving…and losing.
Ruben never pictured himself falling for a big-city woman like Dani. But beneath her prickly facade, she’s caring and softhearted and she needs all the love and protection he can give. When Dani’s teenage daughter starts acting out, Ruben draws on family traditions to show the girls just how magical a Haven Point Christmas can be. But can he convince Dani that she’s found a home for the holidays—and forever—in his arms?
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
So, as I’ve said before in some reviews of RaeAnne’s books- I have a love/hate relationship with them. With a large cast and not reading from the beginning- sometimes I have a hard time of remembering who is related to who, etc. ( I will totally send someone a hot chocolate if they can make a family tree of this series 😉
In this book, it was not a problem. I don’t remember the Morales family being mentioned previously- and even though there was passing mentions of other key players in Haven Point- I was pretty much able to just sink in this Hallmark movie worthy book.
What I Liked:
THE COVER. If your heart didn’t pitter patter a bit looking at this cover, well, you are a Grinch and we can’t be friends.
This book put me in the holiday spirit. I’m dreaming of all the good things about the holidays!
The sweetness of the book. At times it almost verged over into “too sweet, almost put someone in a diabetic coma” sweetness, but for the most part- it was just an enjoyable read- with enough magic to give you good holiday feelings.
Bottom line: Put this on your holiday reads list, if for no other reason than to spend an hour or 2 gazing at the gorgeous cover.
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
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T @ Traveling With T