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Winner of the 2013 RITA Award for Best Long Contemporary Series Romance
Posted November 7, 2012
A Gift for all Seasons by Karen Templeton
A Gift for all Seasons is a cute romance at times I teared up and others laughed with them. Thier are a few love scenes that I skipped over.
April Ross knows what she wants and is not afraid to go for it. After the death of her husband April has a lot of money. April buys out her cousins part of the house that they inhierited from thier grandmother. April decides to remodel and turn it back into a inn. Her one cousin helped her with the decorating and her other cousin is going to run the restraunt.
April decides to hire a landscaper company to make the grounds fit the inn. She is startled when she sees the landscapers scars from a bad fire on half his face. April realizes that she owes him a sorry and admits it.
Patrick Shaughnessy works with his family in the landscaping buisness. He has gone through major burns and would have given up except for his little girl. Now he is a single father with a preschooler after his wife could not handle his scars. She also left him with his daughter while she went back to school.
Patrick realizes that his daughter will be his only family that no one will love him besides his family.
Lily is a cute preschooler who has issues with abandonment. Seeing her mother only for short times and never knows when. Lily also has tantrams like most 3 yr. olds.
Sometimes Patrick has reactions to loud noises from the war. Also guilt for the soldiers he could not rescue.
April has had little experience with dating even though she has been married. She worked through high school to help out her family. She is caring. I really like April.
I would like to read more books from Karen in the future.
I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley.
10/16/2012 PUB Harlequin 224 pages
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