Something to Treasure

Something to Treasure

by Virginia McCullough

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ISBN-13: 9781488084904
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 01/01/2018
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
File size: 1 MB

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Something to Treasure 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Kristen Bergh-Lewendon More than 1 year ago
Like the first book in the series, this story is awash with big emotions. I’ve also noticed that the author has a remarkable flair for writing young characters: they’re engaging and age-appropriate, not tiny adults. I really appreciate that our hero and heroine are more mature with a wide variety of life experiences. But these two characters are just so stubborn. Jerrod and Dawn are adorable together but there were several times I wanted to smack their heads together to knock some sense into them. I especially loved the messages in this story about family ties, forgiveness, and starting over. I received a complimentary copy of this book.
MeezCarrie More than 1 year ago
Something to Treasure by Virginia McCullough is sweet, sincere and romantic with an engaging cast of characters and a quaint small town. The love story between Jerrod and Dawn is swoonworthy, true, but it’s much more dimensional than that. For one thing, they are slightly older than a ‘typical’ romance novel; both at or near 40. They also both have children from previous marriages – Dawn’s teenage son Gordon and Jerrod’s adorable five-year-old Carrie. And while their stories are different (Dawn’s husband left her for another woman, while Jerrod’s wife died) they both carry the burden of loss and single-parenthood. This means that a romance between them has many more considerations than that of a pair of twenty-somethings. These added layers really give the book depth and authenticity. Bottom Line: Something to Treasure by Virginia McCullough is a compelling story of loss and discovery. And I’m not just talking about the discoveries Jerrod makes in his diving excursions. Rather, I mean the discovery of friendship, belonging, and home … as well as renewal. Layered characters and an emotional plot make this a book you can sink your heart into, just like its predecessor Girl in the Spotlight, and I’m already eager for more books set in Two Moon Bay! (I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book)
amybooksy More than 1 year ago
Something to Treasure is the first book I have read by Virginia McCullough. I love this beautiful and well written story. I felt a connection to Dawn right from the start. I understood her feelings and what she had gone through in her life. I admired her strength and "nothing is going to get me down" personality. I was not sure about Jarrod at first but that quickly changed as I got to know him. I thought Something to Treasure is a great book. The story is true to life, heartwarming and inspiring. I enjoyed spending my time with Dawn and Jarrod. I love their chemistry and did not want to tell them goodbye at the end. I am so happy to be introduced to Virginia McCullough's work. This definitely will not be the last one I read. I look forward to reading more from her in the future. I give Something to Treasure 5+ stars. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100 percent my own honest opinion.