The Inn at Blue Hollow Falls

The Inn at Blue Hollow FallsThe Inn at Blue Hollow Falls (Blue Hollow Falls, #1.5) by Donna Kauffman
on January 1st 1970
Pages: 122
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three-stars

This is a short and to the point romance easily read in one sitting. This is a small book but it packs a lot into its 122 pages. Stevie has plans to help her friend, Sunny, start a new greenhouse business in Blue Hollow Falls. When she arrives during the Christmas Holiday, she comes face to face with Noah who is friends with Sunny’s boyfriend. The attraction is there and I don’t need to go into where it goes from here…the plot can be easily figured out.

True, when the two love birds meet, the reader knows where this story is going but the Author takes us there in a convincing manner. Stevie has nowhere to stay – her friend is having work done on her home. But of course, Noah runs the Local Inn and easily makes room for Stevie. Stevie stays there and, of course, sparks fly.

My only gripe is that I wished it had been longer. When I requested the book, I had no idea it would be this short. I kinda wish it had been longer. This is not an earth shattering book that I feel I need to tell all of my friends about but it is enjoyable. It is not the first book in the series but it worked perfectly as a stand alone. This book takes place during the Christmas holiday although the emphasis in this book is not on the Holiday but on the relationship itself. This is a sweet short romance perfect for the afternoon when you feel like reading. The dialogue is good and the story is entertaining. Although this book is good, it did not make me want to read more by this Author.

Thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

three-stars