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?
You did it! Finally a romance book that completely satisfied every romantic heart string in me completely. And yes I said completely twice. She even wrote it without having to incorporate sex scenes unlike the majority of lesser romance novelists. Great job! Please keep doing what you are doing.
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When you have a well-written story with a good plot and well developed characters then mix that with a fantastic narrator that did an excellent job with the different voices and this was an enjoyable book to listen to.
[she even did a sobbing voice!]
I read the first book in the series and loved it but this book tops that one. Willa working through all her challenges was so inspiring and realistic. The stronger focus on Faith was inspiring and Savannah is adorable and realistic! It was delightful and I can't wait to read the next one! Thanks!!!!
What did you love best about A Season to Love?
I loved the chemistry between the two main characters and the tension that it created because of their very different lives.
What other book might you compare A Season to Love to and why?
I might compare this story to the books of Denise Hunter. Just a great contemporary romance with great chemistry between the main characters.
Have you listened to any of Cristina Panfilio’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I haven't listened to any other books by this narrator before. I really liked the voices she did for Willa and Patrick. I did not really care for the voices she used for Westin and Nan. I listened to the previous audiobook and liked their voices from that one, so it took some getting used to.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Westin and Georgia's rehearsal dinner and their wedding reception scenes were very moving.
Any additional comments?
This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am so impressed with her contemporary romance, which is a favorite genre of mine.
This book is most likely in the young adult genre. Very young writing, and a very young narrator made this book pretty uneventful, tedious, and predictable. The protagonist got the occasional thrill up her spine, but that's about the most exciting thing that happened. No depth at all to this book. A very young lady might enjoy it.
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