This novella was mostly a miss for me. It was well written but I think the characters were just too juvenile for me. April and Spencer, and even April’s best friend and the bride-to-be responsible for reuniting the former friends Simone all seemed like teenagers to me rather than adults preparing for marriage and all that.
April and Spencer were best friends, had been since they were little kids but what neither of them knew was that the other had a serious case of the loves.
So as high school kids tend to do, they kept the news to themselves and Spencer left town to pursue his dreams, forgetting all about poor April in the process. She’s heartbroken and still nursing a grudge, which I totally understood.
But the minute he gets back she’s basically a cheap suit, folding at every opportunity. It’s a novella so it’s meant to be short and sweet and low on drama, which it was. Other than the juvenile factor, I have no issues with this story, it simply wasn’t for me. But I would definitely read Liz Lovelock again.
“Heart-warming and leaves you with that warm fuzzy feeling.”
“A second chance novella that had me smiling bright and feeling all the emotions.”
“Spencer and April are everything and this second chance love story is perfect for a quick Valentine’s Day read.”
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