Published by Harlequin Books on October 1st 2002
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So a Season of Miracles was not so miraculous for me.
This story of reincarnation of lost loves seemed intriguing but it really failed to wow me. I found that I just didn’t care about the characters, the story or their love. Not even a ghost giving advice could save this one. There is a back story which I wished I had more of and then there is the current day story. In the current day story, a widowed Jewelry designer Jillian Llewellyn, is drawn to a handsome stranger, Robert Marston, the new silent partner at her family’s business, Llewellyn Enterprises. To add into the mix someone is trying to murder Jillian. Why? Also, some of the attempts are just plain over the top.
I enjoy a good romance, but I really didn’t feel the chemistry. Didn’t recall care for Jillian’s dead husband giving her new beau advice and wanted to scream at her “When you are in a burning building, save YOURSELF.” geez.
Just didn’t connect with this story or the characters. I KNOW that Heather Graham has written MUCH better than this.
I received a copy of this book from Harlequin and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.