Series: A Beauford Bend Novella
Author: Alicia Hunter Pace
Published: December 1/14 by Crimson Romance
Genre: contemporary romance
Back Cover Blurb:
Artisan quilt maker Noel Verden, on the other hand, has so many roots they’re threatening to strangle her. Her family depends on Noel for everything, from talking them through using the television remote to deciphering the telephone bill—all from 200 miles away. She loves them, but wishes they were more self-sufficient and would stop trying to force her to close her quilt shop in Beauford, Tennessee, to move back home to Kentucky. If only she had the strength and power to stand up to her family…
A chance meeting and a snowy ice storm bring this unlikely pair together on the most enchanting day of the year, and a special connection flares between them. But when the ice melts, will the magic disappear too?
A fantastic bonus in this novel:
Featured in the holiday novella, Nickolai’s Noel, by Alicia Hunter Pace, this beautiful quilt is perfect to cuddle up with on a chilly December night.
The stunning pattern, also known as “Starry Nine Patch,” was designed by Liz Porter, and offers cozy, rustic charm with a motif of blue stars falling against a snowy white backdrop.- See more at: http://www.crimsonromance.com/starrysnowfall/#sthash.nNujVxEs.dpu
The pattern, also known as “Starry Nine Patch,” was designed by Liz Porter, and offers cozy, rustic charm with a motif of blue stars falling against a snowy white backdrop.
This novel is full of unforgettable characters. I fell in love with this main couple and didn’t want to let them go at the end of the story. The combination of individuals who live their lives in the spotlight with normal, everyday individuals was great. It really gives you a sense of perspective.
This novel was a great as addition to the Beauford Bend series or on its own. Pace definitely has a winner with this one.