Saturday, November 16, 2013

A Marriage In Middlebury by Anita Higman

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The best way I can describe this story is charming. It's a sweet romance set in a small town. Honestly, this novel reminded me of a Hallmark movie, fulfilling without worrying your gut. Sam and Charlotte were likeable characters, but my favorite was probably Nelly, the cook. There were a few subplots, all easy to follow. Though not full of surprises, A Marriage In Middlebury is a positive novel that makes for a pleasant light read whenever you'd like a getaway.
I don't drink tea, but the descriptions of the different blends made me want to try some. 
And the cover. . . such a pretty picture!

I liked this one:)
4 Stars

*Thank you to the author for my autographed copy!*

Backcover Blurb:
Charlotte Rose Hill enjoys a comfortable life serving up country delicacies, uniquely blended teas, and matchmaking advice for her quirky, devoted customers. The only thing lacking is someone to share it with.
At eighteen she denied Sam Wilder's marriage proposal after his family convinced her to walk away from their relationship. They both moved on. . .or so she thought. When Sam walks back into her life more than a decade later, Charlotte is surprised that her heart still quickens. But is it because of his presence? Or because of the presence of Sam's new fiancée?
A second chance at love doesn't happen often, but their past may keep them apart. Is it too late for Sam and Charlotte?

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