Sleigh Bells in Valentine Valley (Valentine Valley Series #5)

Sleigh Bells in Valentine Valley (Valentine Valley Series #5)

by Emma Cane

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ISBN-13: 9780062323408
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/28/2014
Series: Valentine Valley Series , #5
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 480,344
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Emma Cane grew up reading, and soon discovered that she liked to write passionate stories of teenagers in space. Her love of “passionate stories” has never gone away, although today she concentrates on the heartwarming characters of Valentine, Colorado, a small town of her own creation nestled in the Rocky Mountains. Now that her three children are grown, Emma loves spending time crocheting and singing (although not necessarily at the same time), and hiking and snowshoeing alongside her husband, Jim, and two rambunctious dogs, Apollo and Uma. Emma also writes USA Today bestselling novels under the name Gayle Callen.

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Sleigh Bells in Valentine Valley (Valentine Valley Series #5) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful story of little town living, the first love, second chances, and Christmas miracles. This story has so many outstanding aspects to it, it was a joy to read every minute. The Valentine Valley with its lovely inhabitants, the Widow's, the families, the circle of friends, it is a tight knit group, that lives and love, and support each other. The whole concept of 'it takes a village' is truly lived with this community, and they made me smile, what a joy! Tony and Kate were each others first love, and after spending some time together again, those old feelings started to burn anew. I liked that they had the chance to talk about the old times, heal old hurts and misunderstandings. It was a delight to watch their relationship form again, in a new and more open platform. It was adorable, passionate, charming, and captivating, but also a bit painful to go through the old history to make it right again. I wanted to see them happily together again, as a family. This story shoots right to your heart, and takes a hold, it made me smile, laugh, and tear up, and have a long, happy sigh at the end. A perfect read over the holidays ~ Five spoons!
gaele More than 1 year ago
It isn’t often that people get a chance to ‘try again’ after a long separation. Emma Cane brings us a second chance at romance with two people who split to chase their dreams, knowing that staying together wouldn’t be good for them or their son.  Kate is an attorney, and when she left Tony to take a position in the city, she thought she was getting a chance at her dream.  Now years later, she has been put on sabbatical by her firm after questioning some decisions and results. With two months of free time, a rarity, she decides to return to Valentine Valley to touch base with Tony and spend some time in a familiar and welcoming place.  Tony never wanted to split with Kate – he’s still in love with her, and he always held out some hope that someday she would change her mind.  Now running a bar and grill, she and Tony come face to face as she explains her return.  Slowly their connection is rediscovered, and they decide to have a relationship ‘with benefits’ for Kate’s time in the small town.   The interaction between the two shows their solid connection and desire for one another, but both of them are tentative: Kate still thinks that she wants to be in the city, and Tony is unwilling to risk his heart again.  Their son, Ethan, is now a teen, and pretty typical for his age: quiet, involved in his own thing with his friends, and not always sharing his thoughts, acts or feelings with his parents.  Their interactions are fun to watch, and feel very real.  And the secondary characters and interactions bring a solid small-town sensibility to the story, these people know them both, and are familiar with Tony’s struggle after Kate left, so there is a sense of some caution before they start to show Kate what she is missing. And this is all on Kate – she has to decide if her dream job really is more appealing, the stress, the loneliness of the city, and the fact that leaving now means she leaves the only man she had ever loved, again.   A wonderful story full of possibility and potential and lots of the homespun Christmas spirit that is so fun to find and experience.  I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via Edelweiss for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yeah same jere