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Wednesday, October 24, 2018
This is a nice and sweet story perfect for the holidays. I loved the time period that was in the 1950s. It was such a fun time as the world was changing everyday. The setting of Williamsburg is such an inviting cozy place to visit. Holly works at a Colonial Inn where Holly and her friend dress up in traditional Colonial attire. It sounded like such an intriguing place to eat and enjoy the history of a time long ago.
I liked Holly and her dedication to her twins. They sure are a handful at times which led to a little mischievous hi jinks from them. It was a hard time for Holly as Christmas was coming up soon. She has suffered a great loss and now has to raise her boys on her own. Her friend is a welcome character to the story and Shirley is always looking out for Holly and the twins.
The story is focused around Holly and someone from her past. Trent was the man she thought she would spend her life with. I guess something made him change his mind. How do you explain disappearing for a long time and suddenly reappear ? Holly is shocked to see Trent and still has a lot of questions for him. I loved the spiritual aspect of the story and how Trent tried to show Holly how much he has changed. The race is on to win Holly's heart when Trent has competition. I laughed at how the men pulled out all the stops to show Holly how much they cared. Who will win Holly's heart? Don't miss this enchanting story of love, forgiveness and a time of celebration.
I received a copy of this book from the author. The review is my own opinion.