Falling for You: 10 Small Town Romance Novellas Kindle Edition
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It Was You by Tara Taylor Quinn
I was so captivated by this story that I, honestly, forgot that it was a short novella. This story is about two very close friends who, on the spur of the moment, become lovers. There are many consequences that make it difficult for them to continue seeing each other in any form.
Ms. Quinn takes no shortcuts in the story. The characters are very well-defined and realistic. The author, also doesn’t short-change the plot or makes the reader feel rushed.
The Right Man by Heatherly Bell
This is the story of a couple who was engaged, but broke up a month ago when Jimmy gives his fiancée, Trish, ultimatum. Trish became a “Bridezilla” while preparing for her wedding. She drove everyone so crazy that Jimmy commanded she either elope or call off the wedding.
They get together for Thanksgiving to go to Trish’s grandmother’s house since she never told her of their breakup. You make think what happens next will be obvious, but it isn’t. Ms. Bell creatively allows Jimmy and Trish to learn more about each other so they each have insight into each other’s actions.
The ending is a wonderful surprise. Like Tara Taylor Quinn, Ms. Bell does not fall victim to many of the mistakes other writers make while writing a novella.
I highly recommend this anthology. There are seven other authors, who are mostly new to me. I now have found new authors that I am looking forward to reading more books by them.
I had my favorites in the box set like It Was You, The Right Man, and Her Hometown Cowboy and that is NOT to say I didn’t enjoy the others. And Can’t Help Falling in Love made me shake my head…I can just picture this happening to two people! The Right Man by Heatherly Bell really showcased how if you don’t actually talk to one another, events can go horribly wrong. The great news is, once you do actually communicate, there is a spectacular chance of everything working out.
Great reading for the “cooler” days! I really enjoyed the stories.
It Was You by Tara Taylor Quinn
At first I wasn't convinced that Robbie should give Colt a chance, but Tara Taylor Quinn did a good job of redeeming him. It Was You captures all of Robbie & Colt's raw emotions as they struggle to transition from close friends to something more.
Her Hometown Cowboy by Claire McEwen
I am a big fan of Claire McEwen and I've loved every book of hers that I've read. I loved Daisy & Nate's playful nature and the sweet moments that they shared. Her Hometown Cowboy is a very touching story and I really enjoyed it.