My review of A Boyfriend Before Christmas (Finding Love 1)
Summary from Amazon:
Chocolate shop owner Rachel McDaniel buried herself in her work after the death of her boyfriend. Three years later, she’s not ready to rejoin the world—but the world is more than ready for her. Three men are competing for her, including handsome writer, Daniel Martinez, who rekindles feelings Rachel thought were buried.
Compelling and rugged stranger, Matthew Danforth, hints that all is not well with her love life but won’t tell her more, and Rachel finds herself losing her temper as she tempers her chocolate. Rachel must decide who to give her love to, and in the process, try and find closure and healing. It may come from the most unexpected place.
I’m not sure why it took me so long to start the second installment of the Finding Love series but man it’s such a great book! I am just as in love with this one as I was with the first in the series.
Although it’s not quite as evenly distributed as I would like; there is a mixture of light, carefree humor, romance, heartbreak, and heavier, deeper moments. The author definitely knows how to portray emotions in such a way that will have you mooney eyed and grinning at some parts and frowning or teary at others.