Once upon a time there was a girl who wanted a good book to read. She found it. A touching debut novel by Nicole Deese. The girl decided she wanted to read every book Nicole would ever write.
Fast forward many years, and the girl was still a loyal fan of Nicole’s. And why not? Her books were all gripping, the stories moving, the kissing swoon-worthy, and the dialogue entertaining.
Now, with a voice that can reach the masses (I mean you, Dear Reader), I solemnly proclaim:
“You MUST read this book!”
What book am I talking about?
A Season to Love, by Nicole Deese.
“At this point in her life, bravery is not a trait Willa Hart would readily claim. She believes her seven-year-old daughter, Savannah, who never knew her father and successfully tackled chemotherapy, is truly the courageous one. Yet after Willa has a fateful encounter with handsome young doctor Patrick McCade, her outlook—and her view of herself—begins to change.
Patrick, a thrill-seeking world traveler and temporary resident of Lenox, Oregon, sets out to show Willa the value of adventure, even within her tiny town. But just when their friendship shows signs of turning into something more, Patrick’s life as a traveling doctor calls him back. Will his last days in town signal the end of their journey, or will Patrick and Willa find the courage to transform a single season into a lifetime?”
Sound like something you’d love? Oh, it totally is. It was touching and deep. It was funny and real. And boy, Patrick, our hero, is seriously awesome. Like I just want to kiss him. Figuratively speaking, of course. Because I’m married. Back off, Patrick.
A Season to Love is the second in the Love in Lenox Series – the first being A Cliché Christmas. I think I may like A Season to Love more than I liked A Cliché Christmas. Ack! I know. But it’s just that good.
And while it’s a sequel, I think it can definitely be enjoyed on its own. Willa isn’t a main character in A Cliché Christmas, so you don’t miss out on much of her story if you skip right to A Season to Love.
And while you’re poking around Amazon for A Season To Love, you might as well check out Nicole’s other books. I promise you, you will not be disappointed. (I actually have people tell me all the time, “I read that one book you told me about with the girl. I loved it!” They’re always talking about Nicole’s first book, All for Anna.)
For more great book recommendations, check out The Gifted and The Betrayed by Deborah Andreasen, and Forever Mom: What to Expect When You’re Adopting by Mary Ostyn. Love free books? Check out Seven Ways to Get Free Books.