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5.0 out of 5 starsA must buy!
Reviewed in Canada on November 13, 2019
I love the characters. I love how the story unfolds.. It is a fun read. I recommend it. I mean, how can you NOT love another Georgia Beers book?!
This was so cute. A "rivals to lovers" book, but I felt it did a great job of exploring the characters, their backgrounds, and they both grew and gained confidence along the way. Super cute fluff. Loved it
Hayley Boyd Markham doesn’t seem to fit in with the rest of her family, her two half-brothers are very much like their father, driven business type ‘A’ personally while Hayley is the picture of her late mother. Not only in appearances but she also inherited her mother’s love of the arts. Especially painting. She has no interest in the family business but her father seems to feel all she needs is to get away from the club scenes in New York and putting her to work as a manager of one of his small resorts, Evergreen Resorts and Spa, even though she has no interest in doing so will be what’s best for her. Olivia Santini first job was working at the resort and after getting a degree in hospitality she has steadily worked her way up to assistant manager. Now the job as manager becomes open she’s sure the job will be hers because she’s already been doing the job for the last two years, with little help from the so called real manager, Roger. There are so many ways to improve the business, small changes that would help the resort not look so dated and she feels sure with these changes they would also see an increase in reservations. Olivia has grown up in the small town of Evergreen and can’t picture living anywhere else because Evergreen has everything she loves most, especially her mom who she’s very close to. When she goes into work she discovers she will not be manager but the person who will be is the same woman she and her beloved dog Walter had just met that very morning while on a walk in the woods. It soon becomes apparent that really not much is going to change because the new person, Hayley Boyd doesn’t know anything about running a resort. Again, simply another wonderful read from one of my favorite authors. Ms Beers is one of those authors who with a few words can describe what it feels like to be in a place like Evergreen. Her love for her four legged friends is more than apparent because I can’t think of any book she has written that doesn’t feature a dog. A nicely paced, warm read about two women who can’t help but fall in love. But of course the path to that love always has a few twists and turns. Very, Very enjoyable read. ARC via NetGalley/ Bold Stroke Books
5.0 out of 5 starsFun and gentle romance that slow burns in the best way
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 23, 2020
A lovely meet-cute that gets disrupted by an unfortunate job situation. Hayley has to fix a failing resort, but has tsken the job from the competent and driven Olivia.
Emotional boomerangs abound in the best way!
My ONLY complaint is how swiftly it goes to angst to pain to solving the issue. It feels a little... too fast. And some threads are mentioned as "needing discussing" but the epilogue shows all is fine. Having a couple of lines of dialogue to resolve the misunderstandings in narrative would have been good.
That's the only issue and its a minor one for me - the rest of the book was lovely, the characters fun and the whole setting just so evocative and well laid out
3.0 out of 5 starsOne very quick walk, where not much happens
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 17, 2019
Winter... gorgeous scenery... log fires... wooly hats.. and potential lost. I give it to Georgia - she can depict a scene so wonderfully that you really feel part of the atmosphere. However, these characters felt like slightly less favourable carbon copies of some of her other stronger titles. Needed padding out more - a bit more tension, not such a lightning zap of a resolve, less fluff and more christmas sparkle. The cutest feature was G popping her own dog front and centre as the main doggy character. He gets 3 stars.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 23, 2019
This is another lovely story by a great writer. I’d delayed getting this after reading a rather negative review but knowing the quality of Georgia Beers’ books I decided to buy it anyway, and it turned out to be one of the nicest among her recent stories in my opinion. It’s definitely perfect reading for the Christmas holidays :)
5.0 out of 5 starsA book to warm the frostiest of hearts
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 16, 2019
I loved this book, I have yet to come across a Georgia beers book I didn't like. I like Olivia, love Christmas time and this just got me right into the Christmas spirit. I found the characters easy to connect with. Just a lovely romance to put you in the mood for love, for christmas, for both