By Darlene Fredette
Publisher: Escape Publishing
Return to beautiful Redford Falls: a woman who knows what she wants and a man who knows what he needs…
Nothing thaws the chill faster than a warm winter kiss…
She’s been on a flight from hell for over eight hours, lost four hours of daylight, and arrived in temperatures twenty degrees lower than accustomed to. Disliking winter for a reason she refuses to discuss, Danielle Lerato would rather be anywhere than in Redford Falls. She needs to get the job done and return home before getting caught up in the small town’s charm…and the arms of the handsome, brown-eyed restaurant owner.
Andrew Haley’s first encounter with the buttery blonde didn’t go so well, and he well-remembers the chill of the glass of water she dumped over his head. Now, two years later, a raging storm drops Danielle back into his life. She’s determined to leave, but he’ll do whatever it takes to convince her to fall in love with Redford Falls…and him.
Danielle’s boss shifted the business to Redford Falls and wanted Danielle to move there too but Danielle is adamant that she won’t do that. To change her mind and to bring her Redford Falls he asks Danielle to train a assistant who could work in her place, accepting this offer she visits Redford Falls. There she meets Andrew with whom she shares a not so pleasant incident of of her previous visit there but soon they both discover the other side of each other and find themselves falling for each other. However Danielle won’t stay….
“She couldn’t wait to begin every day just like this— in Andrew’s arms. ‘Everything I want and need is right here.’”
I liked both Danielle and Andrew’s characters. They both have faced the loss of their loved ones in their past and are coming out of it. I especially liked those parts where they talked their pasts and found a good listening ear in each other.
Other than Danielle and Andrew’s character I also liked Chloe’s, Andrew’s sister’s character, she is sweet young girl who helped Danielle and also become her really good friend.
Apart from the characters, I also liked those instances that gave a glimpse of the small town life in Redford Falls, how endearing and caring the people of the town are and how quickly a word spreads from one ear to other in this town.
Winter’s Kiss is a nice love story but not something extraordinary that l could go on raving about. The characters are likeable, the plot is good but still somehow it is not something that kept me up all night or had a pageturner effect. But if you love love stories and if you’re a fan of Clean Romances then I would definitely recommend it to you.
LIFE AT 17 RATING