A Year of Love by Heather B. Moore – Review

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A Year of Love

by Heather B. Moore

Published by Mirror Press
Publication Date 19 September 2017
A Year of Love by Heather B. Moore – Review Genres: Clean Romance, Historical Fiction
Pages: 72

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Synopsis:

1907, England 
Lucien Baxter’s best and most incorrigible friend, Will, dies unexpectedly, leaving behind his new bride and unborn child the week before Christmas. Will’s last request is that Lucien watch over Cora, not just as a benefactor, but as a husband. When Lucien does his duty and proposes to Cora, he’s turned down flat. Over the course of the next twelve months, Lucien discovers that marrying Cora wouldn’t be any sort of duty after all, but a matter of following his heart. 

*Note for readers: A YEAR OF LOVE was previously published in A Timeless Romance Anthology: Silver Bells Collection, as TWELVE MONTHS. 

I am grateful to Author for giving me a copy of this book. The fact I received this book for free does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


A Year of Love was another sweet love story by Heather B. Moore.  It was very touching.

Cora was resigned to her fate as the wife of a man she didn’t love, and who didn’t love her.  Lucien was the best of best friends, always rescuing Will from the consequences of his careless actions.

I enjoyed this story very much and thought the characters were well developed despite the short length of the story.  The plot flowed well and was believable.  I especially liked the choice of the Christmas gift that Lucien gave to Cora and the deep significance behind it.

Posted September 19, 2017 by Phyllis Helton in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

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