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Howard had been Violet’s late husband’s best friend. In the years since Stan’s death, Howard and Violet have become good friends. Howard always seems to be there for whatever Violet needs done around her property. Lately Violet has been seeing Howard with slightly different eyes. And Howard has always been in love with this strong, lovely lady. He simply felt that she needed a friend more than anything else. But it sure has been hard keeping those feelings at bay over the years. With this new awareness between them, someone’s going to have to make that first move. Or perhaps fate will intervene and change several lives at once.
Breakfast For Two is a slice of life kind of romance. Things happen, choices made, and often we have no clue of things that happened out of our sight. I enjoyed this story on several levels. Mainly it is about loving someone. Romantically, yes, certainly. But also discovering that family love is unique and welcomed late in life is another startling discovery. I think it’s easy to know what is coming within this story, but I also don’t want to give things away. So, I’ll simply say that this story has all the enjoyable aspects of small town living, and the joy of experiencing love… no matter your age. And a very good life lesson: never stop living until that last breath. You just never know what may be around the corner to change a life forever.
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Life is fairly routine for them until one Christmas when everything changes. It is for the better. It is a happy story, one you will enjoy and feel good about the characters when the story is over. Howard is a lovely man and it is too bad he spent most of his life alone but now, he has it all. More than he ever dreamed possible. The heroine has been happy but not as fulfilled as she is now. It is an entertaining read and I definitely recommend it.
I have to agree with another reviewer. Howard's eyes did change from blue to brown over the course of the story!!! Also there were a lot of words that were out of place. Just made for a weird sentence. This could have happened in the typing or putting the story to kindle form. Not a glaring mishap, just causes you to go back and reread. Plus I did see a couple of places where the wrong word was used....she had know him...when it should have been known him. Again, nothing to worry about it just causes the words to not flow. The story has some twists and turns, a bit of adventure and some anxious moments. Best of all, there was no "bad guy", etc. just the story of two people fading love in their golden years. A good read.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this writer. I am a reader and this is just my opinion, nothing more, nothing less.