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Heart of the Cotswolds: England (Love Abroad B&B Book 1) Kindle Edition
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You need to spend more time researching your setting, Mr Buchman.
This is a gentle romance that gradually builds as two lonely people find each other. The secondary characters are interesting and add to the story. For me, the real star of the book was the wonderful descriptions of the English countryside. The Cotswolds really are beautiful, and the author captures that loveliness and weaves it into the story seamlessly.
I also like the concept of the series, that the B&B owners (and maybe the Earl) smooth the way for the couple in a Brigadoon-type fashion. The epilogue/preview indicates that the next book in the series will take place in Liguria, Italy, another romantic favorite place of mine. I can't wait.
The internal angst goes on a bit long in each character's head, but I suppose that is the crucible that each must endure to come out whole and together at the other side.
The WTH moment came in the Epilogue. The author threw in a needless Brigadoon twist that left this reader with no idea how or why. It accomplished near nothing for the plot, undid much of the warmth the author developed in the story, and otherwise fit like teats on a bull. He might as well have had martians invade on the last pages.