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    Great read

    This was a wonderful sweet read in the Holiday at the Graff Series. Miranda & Whit are such different people but they work so well together. Miranda helps to smooth Whit's rough edges and gets him to see that his memories may not be exactly how things were in his youth. The story if fun yet emotional and definitely one I think everyone will enjoy. I highly recommend it.
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    Valentine's Day at the Graff

    I am glad that I grabbed this book from Sinclair. I like her stories and will read every book of hers! Miranda is opening a store in the Graff Hotel. She finds used things to repurpose! Whitman used to live here, left and is coming back for the Hospital. Miranda had a big crush on him and he doesn't even know her. They talk and Whit helps her when he can. Now there is major problem with Whit's dad. He had to be flown away to a bigger hospital. Sarah is married to Taryn, Whit's dad and his stepson. She brought a 10 year old girl for Whit to care while Taryn is away with the rest of the family. Miranda stepped up to help Whit. Miranda falls for Petal. Miranda falls to Whit and he doesn't know he wants her! There is lots of action here. Check out this book! Choose a time to try to read this book and put tissues nearby. Don't let it get away! I will be waiting for another book!
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    Sweet Romance for Valentines Day or Any Day

    In a lot of ways Valentine's at the Graff reminded me of Pollyanna. This is in no way a criticism or snarky put down. I LOVED the movie Pollyanna as a kid and had it on VHS that we recorded off live T.V. because I'm cool like that. Even though I tend to be a bit mean and do not suffer fools when I can avoid it, I really appreciate the people in the world that can find good in almost any situation and actually try and improve their corner of the world. Miranda was without a doubt a do-gooder and a very positive person, though I never felt that she came off as nauseatingly sweet. She was a real person with real problems who choose to always react to situations in the best possible way. Whitman, on the other hand, could not be characterized as sweet. He was staid and upright and never took his eyes off the prize in his life. At least until he met and started to appreciate Miranda and the brightness she brought to his world. I liked Whit and Miranda together and felt like they belonged together. The secondary characters were fun to read as well and I just found the overall book a joy to read and I plan to go back and read the other books in the series as soon as I can. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys sweet contemporary romance. I received an ARC in exchange of my honest review.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Valentine’s At The Graff by Sinclair Jayne Holiday at the Graff #4 Valentine’s Day – what does it mean to you? Well, Miranda Evans hears people talking one evening that remind her of grinches…Valentine’s Day Grinches. They spout off about the commercialization, expectations and how overblown the day has become and it makes her put her thinking cap on. She is opening a new store in the Graff Hotel on the first of February and decides to run a Valentine’s Day promotional event that will incorporate random acts of kindness and giving. She is a person who has given and given to family and community but hasn’t necessarily been given back in return. As she is retrieving an item to be repurposed she falls from a ladder to the ground at the feet of handsome orthopedic surgeon Whitman “Witt” Telford. He was in her high school class but a bit aloof and never really saw her – or anyone else – though she had a crush on him. He is back in town for a month to help out at the local hospital until his fellowship begins in California but he has no desire to be in Marietta and is eager to leave as soon as he can. When his stepmother puts him in charge of a young female cousin he is a bit at loose ends until Miranda steps in to help out. With one thing leading to another he offers her the job of part-time Nanny until his father and stepmothr return. Miranda is a cheerful, warm, positive and loving person that brings Petal out of her shell. She also begins to make an impact on Witt that provides them both with a warm friendship. There are conversations, activities, sharing and caring that end with the Valentine’s Ball at the Graff. Both know that Witt has to leave but Miranda really wishes he wouldn’t. This is a story of family, community and friendship. It is a story of childhood misconceptions that have lingered and festered and need to be lanced. It is a story of becoming aware of what is really important in life and then learning to reach out and grab for it rather than letting it slip away. And, it is a sweet heartwarming story that made me smile and care and wish I could be there. Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Sweet Romance between two opposites

    A sweet romance of two complete opposites. Words are easy for her and so painfully hard for him. He has spent his life running away from love, and she’s running towards it. He’s awkward, goal oriented, a loner while she is very social, embraces life, warm and friendly. She is small town Marietta while he dreads his temporary job here. Written so you feel Witts painful social struggles and cringe as you just know that Miranda is likely to get her heartbroken. Cute story involving the towns involvement in Miranda’s Valentine’s project of encouraging random acts of kindness. I enjoyed watching their friendship grow as they become a temporary family. Petal was a bonus to this story and just what this couple needed to bond.
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