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    Contemporary NA Romance

    The Last Snowfall by Kathleen Gilles-Seidel Standing Tall #2 Mixed feelings on this one. I love this author’s books read LONG ago and keep hoping to connect with her newer books in the same way but this series so far has felt less deep and more difficult for me to connect with. In some ways this book, though romance, feels more like a New Adult romance and that is not my favorite genre because the issues the characters and couple tend to face are not ones I can relate to as easily. In this book Nate Forrest has returned to the town he grew up in to meet a friend then later head off to another friend’s wedding. A snowstorm lands him on the doorstep of veterinarian Lacey Berryville and the ride out part of the storm together. Nate decides to return to town after the wedding to see if the connection he felt for Lacey might prove to be more and meets a rather cool Lacey when he goes to say hi. For some reason Nate wants to revitalize his old hometown even though he doesn’t really feel ties to the town and has spent more years away from than in it. There is some push-pull between Lacey and Nate and some work problems Lacey has to deal with and both have backstories from childhood that impact their relationship development but all in all it is rather predictable and really slow growing before they manage to figure out how to end up together for the long haul...maybe. I had trouble connecting to Lacey...for some reason she didn’t seem as warm and open as a woman I would imagine Nate falling for. I liked Nate and warmed up to him more though at times he seemed a bit immature. I wasn’t sure what purpose Pete and his wife played in the story. All in all it was an okay read but it did not warm my heart like “Don’t Forget To Smile” that this author wrote decades ago. There is one more book in this series and I will give it try when it comes out. Did I like this book? Yes Would I like to read more by this author? Definitely Was it my favorite book by this author? Probably not What was my favorite book by this author? Don’t Forget to Smile Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington – Lyrical Shine for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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