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Gentry Kane is a rockstar I've been half in love with my whole life. And now he's my patient. When Winter Waites knocks on the door to the snowy cabin where his next physical therapy patient awaits him, he has no idea his dream celebrity is on the other side. Gentry Kane is everything Winter has always fantasized about. But it was only a fantasy. What happens when Winter is Gentry Kane is a rockstar I've been half in love with my whole life. And now he's my patient. When Winter Waites knocks on the door to the snowy cabin where his next physical therapy patient awaits him, he has no idea his dream celebrity is on the other side. Gentry Kane is everything Winter has always fantasized about. But it was only a fantasy. What happens when Winter is faced with the flesh and blood man who wants more than physical therapy? Can one night in a cozy cabin lead to more? And how will that affect Winter's growing career in the tiny, charming town of Aster Valley?


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Gentry Kane is a rockstar I've been half in love with my whole life. And now he's my patient. When Winter Waites knocks on the door to the snowy cabin where his next physical therapy patient awaits him, he has no idea his dream celebrity is on the other side. Gentry Kane is everything Winter has always fantasized about. But it was only a fantasy. What happens when Winter is Gentry Kane is a rockstar I've been half in love with my whole life. And now he's my patient. When Winter Waites knocks on the door to the snowy cabin where his next physical therapy patient awaits him, he has no idea his dream celebrity is on the other side. Gentry Kane is everything Winter has always fantasized about. But it was only a fantasy. What happens when Winter is faced with the flesh and blood man who wants more than physical therapy? Can one night in a cozy cabin lead to more? And how will that affect Winter's growing career in the tiny, charming town of Aster Valley?

30 review for Winter Waites

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carol [Goodreads Addict]

    Winter Waites is book #0.5 in the Aster Valley series by Lucy Lennox. If swoons were a visible thing, like little hearts pouring out of the top of my head, I would be a fountain of them right now! I LOVED THIS BOOK! My little heart grew ten sizes bigger with love for Gent and Winter. Gentry Kane is thirty four years old and is a world famous folk-pop musician. He is the lead in his band, GUS. Gentry loves his life in Los Angeles, loves his independence, and can’t imagine trying to fit a relations Winter Waites is book #0.5 in the Aster Valley series by Lucy Lennox. If swoons were a visible thing, like little hearts pouring out of the top of my head, I would be a fountain of them right now! I LOVED THIS BOOK! My little heart grew ten sizes bigger with love for Gent and Winter. Gentry Kane is thirty four years old and is a world famous folk-pop musician. He is the lead in his band, GUS. Gentry loves his life in Los Angeles, loves his independence, and can’t imagine trying to fit a relationship into his busy life. He likes things just the way they are. But then it happens, he sees him in the crowd at a concert, his lips moving to the words of his songs. When their eyes connect, he knows that his world will never be the same. Winter Waites lives in Aster Valley. He is an Occupational Therapist with a mountain of student debt, just trying to get by. He had saved for months for Gentry Kane’s concert. He’d loved his music from the start, his lyrics spoke to him and helped him through some difficult times. When Winter went to the door of a cabin for a home visit for therapy, he can’t believe the same man he has fantasized about for years is standing in front of him. Gentry opens the door to his therapy appointment and can’t believe the man who has haunted his dreams and who he never thought he’d see again is standing right in front of him. He immediately knows that he’s not going to let this opportunity go. It might only be for a night, but he’s not letting this man get away. “Our bodies were pressed so tightly together, you wouldn’t have been able to fit a slice of oxygen between them.” The connection between these two was so strong, I felt it all the way to my toes! I loved them together so much. For such a short story, this little book packed a huge punch. They both know that they have fallen for the other, but one’s life is a simple life in Aster Valley. The other’s is a very big life in the public eye. How can they ever find a way to fit them together? I’m simply in love with this series. So…In…Love!!! If you haven’t started it yet, grab this now and hold on to your swoons! Then, prepare for the first book, Right As Raine, which is Tiller, a pro-football player’s story, and his personal chef and also the coach’s youngest son, Mikey. For more about this book and so many others, come and visit me at Carol's Crazy Bookish World. https://www.facebook.com/groups/Carol...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Snjez

    3.5 stars I'm always a bit hesitant to pick up stories about celebrities, so I'm happy to say that I enjoyed this one more than I thought I would. I didn't even care how unlikely it is that something like this would happen in real life, the author made it believable. I really liked Gent and Winter. I loved the beginning of their story, I think it's my favourite part, as well as all the little swoony moments throughout the story. I do feel that everything happened too soon between them and the sex 3.5 stars I'm always a bit hesitant to pick up stories about celebrities, so I'm happy to say that I enjoyed this one more than I thought I would. I didn't even care how unlikely it is that something like this would happen in real life, the author made it believable. I really liked Gent and Winter. I loved the beginning of their story, I think it's my favourite part, as well as all the little swoony moments throughout the story. I do feel that everything happened too soon between them and the sex scenes weren't my favourite, but other than that the story was really sweet. I liked that it focuses on the two of them with not much interference from the outside. ****** Re-read 2/2021

  3. 5 out of 5

    ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~

    I know this sounds super nerdy, but I wanted to know more about how Winter helped Gentry (is it just me or is this one of the worst names on the planet?) with the pulled tendon in his hand. They had like one therapy session, and the injury was never mentioned again. Surely, Gentry wasn't cured by Magic Dick alone? If so, I need me some of that magic. Pretty please with a cherry and everything. Winter Waites is the ultimate fantasy story of crushing on a rock star and, after a decade of devotion, I know this sounds super nerdy, but I wanted to know more about how Winter helped Gentry (is it just me or is this one of the worst names on the planet?) with the pulled tendon in his hand. They had like one therapy session, and the injury was never mentioned again. Surely, Gentry wasn't cured by Magic Dick alone? If so, I need me some of that magic. Pretty please with a cherry and everything. Winter Waites is the ultimate fantasy story of crushing on a rock star and, after a decade of devotion, having that rock star love you back (and OMG pay off all your student loans!). FOR REAL. Gent, the rock/pop star, makes eye contact with Winter, an occupational therapist, at a concert and can't stop staring. When Winter leaves abruptly, Gent interrupts the concert and frantically searches for the mysterious stranger. Um, yes, that happens. Also, Gent punches a wall later, thus the pulled tendon. This novella is far-fetched in terms of the insta love. Of course it is. But it's also ever so sexy and so, so, SO swoony. It's basically a fairy tale. Oh, and it's also a prequel to a new Lucy Lennox series set in Colorado, which, hell yeah, color me excited. However, I wish the epilogue hadn't been all about frantically introducing a whole bunch of future MCs. That's a bit cheap. *shrugs* I'll take it tho.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Meags

    4 Stars A literal dream scenario come true, Lucy Lennox’s latest series opens with one helluva tasty novella, which confirms in my mind once and for all that having your favourite celebrity crush fall madly-in-love with you is in fact the greatest thing that could possibly happen in life! Winter Waites is a health care professional, frantically working his ass off to make ends meet, while paying off a mountain of college debts and trying his hardest to make sure his younger sister wants for nothin 4 Stars A literal dream scenario come true, Lucy Lennox’s latest series opens with one helluva tasty novella, which confirms in my mind once and for all that having your favourite celebrity crush fall madly-in-love with you is in fact the greatest thing that could possibly happen in life! Winter Waites is a health care professional, frantically working his ass off to make ends meet, while paying off a mountain of college debts and trying his hardest to make sure his younger sister wants for nothing. His latest boyfriend is a cheating scumbag and his cat is probably his closest friend, ever since he moved to the small-town of Aster Valley, Colorado, but the man has hopes and aspirations, which heavily include falling in love with the man of his dreams and living happily ever after. When Winter treats himself to a ticket to see his all-time favourite band play in a nearby city, the last thing he expects is to make an intense emotional connection, across the pulsing crowd, with the lead singer and his long-time celebrity crush, Gentry Kane. But that’s exactly what happens. Gent initially thinks he’s lost his beautiful bearded dream-man from the crowd of his last concert of the year, leading to a wall-punch of frustration that injures his hand. But fate intervenes when Gent heads to a secluded cabin in nearby Aster Valley for some solo R&R, before the next leg of his tour kicks off, and it’s there, after requesting some medical help from the nearby hospital, that Winter serendipitously shows up at his door and changes his life forever. This story was romantic as all get-out and was steaming hot to boot. The initial scenes were spellbinding, with Gentry and Winter locking eyes across the concert crowd, as Gent poured his heart and soul into his songs aimed directly at Winter, and Winter alone. It was opening scene perfection, in my opinion, and it set such a wonderful and tangible vibe for the whole story that I couldn’t help but devour it all in one sitting. Of course, the whole scenario of meeting and falling hopelessly in love with your rock star crush is (mostly) far removed from reality, but I bought in to Gent and Winter’s soul-deep insta-love immediately and I had no problems losing myself in their romantic story, for what little time I got to spend with them on page. This was a big win for me, and more exciting is the fact that it serves as a prologue to Lennox’s next M/M series, all set in the wonderfully scenic and endearing town of Aster Valley (with Right as Raine: An Aster Valley Novel up next). I honestly cannot wait to read more, if this delicious novella is anything to go by!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shile

    2.5 stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ele

    I don't even know...The writing was good, the characters' reactions were a big WTF after another. Don't mind me. I'm the party pooper today. I don't even know...The writing was good, the characters' reactions were a big WTF after another. Don't mind me. I'm the party pooper today.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Now this was nice! Most of the time Lucy Lennox and I don't mesh, but I really liked this. I even want to try out the rest of the series when it comes out. Lots of people have crushes on famous people. And wouldn't it be amazing if that gorgeous singer noticed you too? And that's what happens to Winter. Gentry Kane is singing his heart out on stage when he spots a man in the audience. A man he can't seem to stop thinking about. When that man unexpectly turns out to be his physical therapist, Gent k Now this was nice! Most of the time Lucy Lennox and I don't mesh, but I really liked this. I even want to try out the rest of the series when it comes out. Lots of people have crushes on famous people. And wouldn't it be amazing if that gorgeous singer noticed you too? And that's what happens to Winter. Gentry Kane is singing his heart out on stage when he spots a man in the audience. A man he can't seem to stop thinking about. When that man unexpectly turns out to be his physical therapist, Gent knows he got a second chance. He was sure he lost the chance to meet the pretty man when he lost him at the concert. But now he's at Gent's remote cabin, and Gentry doesn't want to let him go this time... Boy, this was cute! I really liked these guys and I was glad the romance felt effortless. No angst to be found in this. Just how I like it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cadiva

    Well, that was just fabulous. I'm not always one for the rock star/nobody trope as they often feel unbalanced but in Winter, Lucy creates a character who I could easily see folk pop star Gent falling for. I mean, how often as a teenager did I dream of locking eyes with The Damned's Dave Vanian and being swept away into a happy ever after? Okay, I'll give you a clue, it was a toss up between him and a fair few Rugby League players (and one England RU fly-half) but you get what I'm saying right 😉 I Well, that was just fabulous. I'm not always one for the rock star/nobody trope as they often feel unbalanced but in Winter, Lucy creates a character who I could easily see folk pop star Gent falling for. I mean, how often as a teenager did I dream of locking eyes with The Damned's Dave Vanian and being swept away into a happy ever after? Okay, I'll give you a clue, it was a toss up between him and a fair few Rugby League players (and one England RU fly-half) but you get what I'm saying right 😉 I really liked how Gent was full on bowled over by Cupid's arrow (to the heart, not the knee) and that his instant physical reaction became a desire to get to know Winter more and, hopefully, get to keep him. The relationship felt believable, the heat of the chemistry causing them to burn up the sheets, but also in the caring way they thought of little - and not so little - ways to make the other's life easier. It's a cracking introduction to the new series set in Aster Valley, and I'm really hoping we're going to get Gent's uncle Doran's story too. I'm very much looking forward to the series opener which is a sports romance with a hint of forbidden love starring an NFL star and his coach's son.

  9. 5 out of 5

    haletostilinski

    This was a great starting off point for Lennox's new series. These two were sweet and adorable together and had great chemistry. Pure fantasy, because there is no known instance of a fan actually getting to be with the famous person they're a fan of in real life, but in stories hell yeah! Gimme! And Winter is a big fan of Gentry's (although of course, not a crazed fan, just a normal fan). At a concert in Denver, Winter and Genrty lock eyes while Gent's on stage performing and an instant connecti This was a great starting off point for Lennox's new series. These two were sweet and adorable together and had great chemistry. Pure fantasy, because there is no known instance of a fan actually getting to be with the famous person they're a fan of in real life, but in stories hell yeah! Gimme! And Winter is a big fan of Gentry's (although of course, not a crazed fan, just a normal fan). At a concert in Denver, Winter and Genrty lock eyes while Gent's on stage performing and an instant connection is formed, but when something makes Winter leave the concert early, Gentry actually goes off stage to try to find him, to no avail. But luckily - because this is, of course, fiction :P - when Gentry hurts his hand when he drunkenly punched a wall (over not finding Winter and losing hope of ever actually seeing him again), he needs a hand specialist to come and help him heal his hand properly. And that hand specialist is, you guessed it, Winter. And in the privacy of Gentry's cabin, they get to know each other on a real, human level - not just a fan and rockstar level - and both come to love the person they really are. Winter was sweet and adorable and Gent's love for Winter was wonderful. I enjoyed this a lot, and seeing them get their happy ending was the icing on the cake. And if we all just ignore how almost impossible it is for a fan and the person they're a fan of to fall for each other, and just enjoy this for the escapist fantasy that it is, then it was a perfect novella, and I can't wait for the first installment in this new series!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Renée

    This is the daydream/fantasy we've all had of meeting our rock crush and them actually falling in love with us. It was cute. This is the daydream/fantasy we've all had of meeting our rock crush and them actually falling in love with us. It was cute.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    *sigh* This was...dreamy. I know it was lofty at best but I don't care. I liked it. I liked them. Very much. AND...although it's clearly a setup for the next (first) book I AM SO THERE! Bring it! *4 gimmie-gimmie-more stars* *sigh* This was...dreamy. I know it was lofty at best but I don't care. I liked it. I liked them. Very much. AND...although it's clearly a setup for the next (first) book I AM SO THERE! Bring it! *4 gimmie-gimmie-more stars*

  12. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    I just adored Gentry and Winter! Sweet, romantic and hot. It's probably everyone's rock star crush fantasy come to life. I would have happily read a full-length novel about these two. I'm looking forward to the first full-length book in the series Right as Raine and hopefully a little more time with these Gent and Winter. I just adored Gentry and Winter! Sweet, romantic and hot. It's probably everyone's rock star crush fantasy come to life. I would have happily read a full-length novel about these two. I'm looking forward to the first full-length book in the series Right as Raine and hopefully a little more time with these Gent and Winter.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Valerie ❈M/M Romance Junkie❈

    I don’t know if this just caught me at the right moment, but I adored this so much. I needed this today.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eugenia

    Fast & Fun Super fast, love at first sight (kinda), no angst. Rich music star & struggling physical therapist. The intro to Lennox’s new Aster Valley series. I read this after the first book—I think I liked these guys better in that book than in their own story. My rec? Not a must read, but pleasant enough.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer☠Pher☠

    I am not the first one to say this and I probably won’t be the last but man, is that not everyone’s dream come true at some point? I mean, to this day I swear to GOD that Sebastian Bach looked at me, waved to me and winked at me from the door of his tour bus (yes I was out stalking his tour bus after the show!). ME. I know it. So yeah, to think that your superstar crush sees you in a crowd of people and this is the result? Dreamy. Cool start to a new series I’m looking forward to. Thank you to al I am not the first one to say this and I probably won’t be the last but man, is that not everyone’s dream come true at some point? I mean, to this day I swear to GOD that Sebastian Bach looked at me, waved to me and winked at me from the door of his tour bus (yes I was out stalking his tour bus after the show!). ME. I know it. So yeah, to think that your superstar crush sees you in a crowd of people and this is the result? Dreamy. Cool start to a new series I’m looking forward to. Thank you to all the authors who participated in this Winter Wonderland event and contributed a free read. It was truly the best way to start 2021.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lelyana's Reviews

    Okay, so I was dreaming of having a life like Winter after he met Gent. Seriously. My childhood dream was to be Cinderella LOL. I had no idea about all the cinder thing, all I knew was, she lived happily ever after with a Prince. That's why I love reading fairy tales, even until I'm almost a grandma. My love of reading triggered by this kind of story. So back to Gent (I hate the name, sory Luc) and Winter. Winter Waites was an adorable cinderfella story, with a hot rock star and a nurse who were final Okay, so I was dreaming of having a life like Winter after he met Gent. Seriously. My childhood dream was to be Cinderella LOL. I had no idea about all the cinder thing, all I knew was, she lived happily ever after with a Prince. That's why I love reading fairy tales, even until I'm almost a grandma. My love of reading triggered by this kind of story. So back to Gent (I hate the name, sory Luc) and Winter. Winter Waites was an adorable cinderfella story, with a hot rock star and a nurse who were finally found each other again after 'concert interuptus' the other night. And falling in love instantly. My kind of story (I can't stop smiling writing this review). Sweet and enjoyable, with very generous rock star. I want mine! :)) Guys, it's Lucy Lennox, read this book!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rosabel

    I don't remember reading a book from Lucy and liking it much, this wasn't an exception. I dunno, it was so insta my eye roll game got some exercise and I'm sorry, but if you are in a concert is imposible for the people in the stage to look at the crowd very well, the lights don't allow it. So to me it wasn't believable. Also, he had an injury and had sex like nothing was hurting, said injury was in his hand and he's a singer/songwriter, he needs the hand but nope, everything I've achieved in my l I don't remember reading a book from Lucy and liking it much, this wasn't an exception. I dunno, it was so insta my eye roll game got some exercise and I'm sorry, but if you are in a concert is imposible for the people in the stage to look at the crowd very well, the lights don't allow it. So to me it wasn't believable. Also, he had an injury and had sex like nothing was hurting, said injury was in his hand and he's a singer/songwriter, he needs the hand but nope, everything I've achieved in my life don't matter because of a dick, of course nothing happens to the hand because this is so not real that I can't even! So no sir, thank you. It was short and an introduction to a new series, but I'll have to see some reviews to decide if I continue with it. 🤓❤

  18. 4 out of 5

    Valerie ❈M/M Romance Junkie❈

    ****narration review only**** Uggg I remember now why I’m not exactly a fan of this particular narrator. EVERYTHING has to be so dramatic. I don’t mind when it’s one of the MC speaking (it’s warranted then), but just describing something inconsequential doesn’t require the overly dramatic sportscaster or 1950s radio announcer voice. To me, it’s like nails on a chalkboard. Sorry. He’s much loved by most MM audiobook lovers, so take anything I say with a grain of salt.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bookreader87(Amanda)

    Cute absolutely angst free book about a Rockstar finding love in a small town.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rafa Brewster

    This was a freebie. Very over the top and highly improbable.

  21. 5 out of 5

    DanDann

    Soooooo gooooood. Completely unsurprising but worth stating anyway: soooooo gooooood. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I'd read a phone book it Lucy wrote it. This woman has mad talent and it's just, always so refreshing and soul-petting (that's a thing now) to enter her worlds. Even her short stories - they never feel rushed like shorts often can. They are their own complete stories, and this one is no exception. Gracious, I wanted to squeeze Winter so often. Just. Ungh. Love it love Soooooo gooooood. Completely unsurprising but worth stating anyway: soooooo gooooood. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I'd read a phone book it Lucy wrote it. This woman has mad talent and it's just, always so refreshing and soul-petting (that's a thing now) to enter her worlds. Even her short stories - they never feel rushed like shorts often can. They are their own complete stories, and this one is no exception. Gracious, I wanted to squeeze Winter so often. Just. Ungh. Love it love it love it. Lucy, you're the bestest.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ana Nimity

    It takes skill to make instalove seem like more than just instalust with feelings, and Lucy does it in this prequel to her upcoming Aster Valley series. It also takes skill to make that same instalove book seem like it's not a short, and Lucy did that, too. The meet-cute was perfect - who thinks of stuff like this? Lucy does, and it's awesome. I did love these characters and hope to see more of them in upcoming volumes. It takes skill to make instalove seem like more than just instalust with feelings, and Lucy does it in this prequel to her upcoming Aster Valley series. It also takes skill to make that same instalove book seem like it's not a short, and Lucy did that, too. The meet-cute was perfect - who thinks of stuff like this? Lucy does, and it's awesome. I did love these characters and hope to see more of them in upcoming volumes.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joyfully Jay

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4 stars Winter Waites is the prequel to Lucy Lennox’s upcoming Aster Valley series. It was originally released as a free story as part of a big winter giveaway event, but now is for sale (unchanged) as part of the series. While this book is officially a prequel novella, we do get introduced to other characters in Aster Valley whom I assume will have their own stories, and Winter appears in some of the main series books. So this story ties up nicely and could stand alone, b A Joyfully Jay review. 4 stars Winter Waites is the prequel to Lucy Lennox’s upcoming Aster Valley series. It was originally released as a free story as part of a big winter giveaway event, but now is for sale (unchanged) as part of the series. While this book is officially a prequel novella, we do get introduced to other characters in Aster Valley whom I assume will have their own stories, and Winter appears in some of the main series books. So this story ties up nicely and could stand alone, but it builds into the series and if you are going to read the other Aster Valley books, I’d definitely start here. This story is a sweet and sexy romantic fantasy. It is a Cinderella story of sorts, with the financially struggling Winter catching the eye of the wealthy famous rockstar (complete with him leaving the concert early while Gent chases after him trying to get his name). The two have an instant connection and, upon meeting again, fall into bed almost immediately. Gent is generous with his money, buying expensive gifts for Winter and being generally too wonderful for words. So there is a bit of a fantasy element here in the set up and these characters, but I found that I really enjoyed it. Read Jay’s review in its entirety here.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bo

    This a little too insta and short for me. However, I can't wait for the new series. I love a sports romance!! This a little too insta and short for me. However, I can't wait for the new series. I love a sports romance!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    Really enjoyed this one, insta-love be damned. And yes, I have pre-ordered Right as Raine. 4.25 stars. Really enjoyed this one, insta-love be damned. And yes, I have pre-ordered Right as Raine. 4.25 stars.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Heike

    *wow* - this was just one cliche chasing the other, and the insta-attraction was gut wrenching. *ouch*. 4 stars *lol* If you ever wanted that rockstar whom you worshiped as a teenager notice you in a crowd of fans during a concert ... you get all that here, a dream come true and satisfying feel good read if you are in the mood for it :)

  27. 4 out of 5

    DTM

    4.5 stars..Loved it..A super sweet, no angst, swoony, short story.....Sort of a prequel to a new series!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    I absolutely loved this shorter story and if the other books in this series are anything like this one? Yes please!! Gentry was such a likable character. He was a famous country-rock type of singer but he wasn’t a jerk or full of himself. He was a genuinely good guy and I loved him. Winter was also great and I seriously loved those two together. The song that Gentry wrote for Winter and sang to him at the concert in LA... omg 😍 I had tears. It was the cutest thing ever. I really felt the love fro I absolutely loved this shorter story and if the other books in this series are anything like this one? Yes please!! Gentry was such a likable character. He was a famous country-rock type of singer but he wasn’t a jerk or full of himself. He was a genuinely good guy and I loved him. Winter was also great and I seriously loved those two together. The song that Gentry wrote for Winter and sang to him at the concert in LA... omg 😍 I had tears. It was the cutest thing ever. I really felt the love from them and that’s my favorite feeling when I’m reading a book. It just makes me feel all giddy inside and like I can’t stop smiling. The last chapter was great and it gave a hint at what other characters we might get to read about later on. I’m definitely going to be continuing with this series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Vanna

    This story was a typical Lucy Lennox book: low-angst and insta-love.. which is as it should be when reading a novella. The MCs were likable and there was slight build-up to the upcoming series, enough intrigue to bring back readers like me to read about people in Aster Valley and how they fall in love. ❤️

  30. 5 out of 5

    Miriah

    It is a rare day that Lucy Lennox doesn’t hit all my happy buttons, and this is not one of those. With a bit of forgiveness given the length of the story, this was a lovely, warm read with endearing characters. It was the stereotypical fantasy of a celebrity falling in love with a regular, every day person, but it was done well!

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