🎃Pumpkin Patch Sweethearts🎃
A Welsh Sisters Novel Two
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Genre: #ContemporaryRomance #SingleFatherRomance
My Rating: 4
POV: Third-person alternating perspectives
Kindle: 162 pages
Publication: September 17th 2020
Read: September 5th 2020 *Review copy provided by Tule Publishing Group
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Can a fun-filled activity list from the past help to create a new future?
Art teacher Harley Welsh is charmed by her newest student—a little girl whose shyness disappears the second her hands are covered in clay or paint. Moving wasn’t easy for Nadia so to help her, Harley resurrects the countdown to the Great Pumpkin Patch—a must-do fall activity list from her childhood. She’s determined to show Nadia and her family how wonderful life in Crossvine Creek is. But Harley didn’t plan for Nadia’s father to be single, distractingly handsome and everything she’s running from.
New high school football coach Josh McBride is hoping a smaller town will give him more time to focus on his children. While his son is adjusting to the move, his daughter is struggling. Harley’s offer to help via a fun, seasonal-themed activity list is a welcome gift. Her love for the town is infectious, and soon his kids aren’t the only ones falling under her spell.
But Josh can’t help but wonder…what happens when they reach the end of the list?
My Review: 🎃🎃🎃🎃
Pumpkin Patch Sweethearts by Sasha Summers
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
So sweet; this book was very enjoyable for several reasons. First, the characters are wonderful and help move this book along steadily. While the relationship development between Harley and Josh is slow; I didn’t mind. There is so much going on in this book aside from a romance that I was completely engaged. It was wonderful to watch.
Josh is a widower and moved his small family to Crossvine Creek in the hopes he will be able to focus more on his two young children. Josh has a son and a younger daughter, Nadia, who is painfully shy around most people. Nadia is not engaging in school and wants nothing more than to stay home. Fortunately, Harley is one of the very few people that Nadia feels comfortable around due in part to their mutual love of art. Harley is a wonderful character; her heart is big and she is selfless and nurturing. Her capacity to love is one of the things that make her an endearing heroine. She is so easy to fall in love with. So then why is Josh a grump when it comes to Harley? You’ll just have to read their story to find out.
Another aspect I absolutely loved about this book is the Fall theme. The small town of Crossvine Creek goes out of their way to celebrate this time of year with fun activities and festivals. The citizens who we meet in the book are a great addition and contribute to make this an even better book. Harley and her family are perfect. I felt such a strong connection to them all.
This book is smoothly written and you’ll be at the end before you know it. I won’t give any details away but I can tell you that watching the McBride family welcomed was so sweet. Crossvine Creek is definitely a town I can’t wait to read more about.
This is my honest and unbiased review and I thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂
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