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  • Love this series - Box set is a steal!

    Kait Nolan is my go to for sexy small town romance. Her writing is always a nice mix of fairly low angst, community charm, and a little bit of steam. This box set of 3 books for one credit is a terrific deal! To Get Me To You kicks off the Wishful series, and while the sheer number of people introduced was a little overwhelming at first I definitely got to know all the family & residents and find myself looking forward to all their stories. Cam is cousin to Norah’s BFF and sparks immediately fly between the two. Norah uses her marketing skills to help save the charming town from probable devastation wrought by a big box store. I felt like the technical aspects & mundane meetings disrupted the flow of the story at times, but overall I enjoyed the book. I grew up in a small town in the South and could see so many familiar people and business in the town of Wishful. Know Me Well is also a mashup of some of my favorite tropes including former military and Best Friend’s Brother/Sister’s Best Friend. Liam is now out of the Marines and back in Wishful trying to find his “new normal” in life as a civilian. Riley is self-reliant to a fault and nursing a 12 year crush on Liam. I love that we get to enjoy Liam & Riley as a couple for a big part of the story - including his need to care & protect at odds with her desire to remain independent. There are a LOT of laughs in this one, a few tears, and definitely an HEA. Be Careful, It’s My Heart didn’t work for me as well as the other stories in the series and I’m pretty sure it’s because I have never seen White Christmas - in either its play or movie form. Since the bulk of the story revolves around the production of the play for the town of Wishful and there were a lot of references to the storyline of White Christmas, I wasn’t able to connect with it as fully as I think I would have. That said, it’s still a cute second-chance romance. A big misunderstanding sent Brody & Tyler on separate paths years ago and a lack of communication threatens to keep them from working things out this time. Queue the positively-meddling folks of Wishful and their joined forces to save an aging theatre while simultaneously keeping Brody & Tyler from making the same mistakes. Wishful’s quirky residents continue to remind me of the small Southern town I grew up in. I’ve already purchased Volume 2 & 3 and I’m looking forward to all their stories. Amy McFadden does a great job of giving a unique voice to this huge cast of characters. Her voice and tone for “old Southern grandma” was especially spot on and caused me to giggle because I’m pretty sure I went to church with Mamie when I was growing up. 😉 What I love is that she’s consistent how she voices them through the series which makes these audios completely bingeable. I don’t know if McFadden color codes these folks or what, but if she does it’s definitely an impressive rainbow of voices she has in her repertoire.

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