Valentine Gold by Danielle Thorne – Book Review, Preview

Posted March 22, 2019 by Phyllis Helton in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

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Valentine Gold by Danielle Thorne – Book Review, Preview

Valentine Gold: Sweet Romance
by Danielle Thorne


Publication Date February 13, 2019
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Georgia Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 24-35
Written for: Adults
Pages: 210

Synopsis:

When Natalie Boyd inherits an old cabin in the north Georgia mountains, she thinks it could be the answer to all of her problems. She's ready to start over after a heart-breaking divorce, and the cabin on the banks of a river once mined for gold is the perfect hideaway for her new, reclusive life.

No sooner does she settle in, and Natalie realizes that living in the shadow of Good Hope Mountain isn't what she expected. Her new neighbor, Jonathan Wilby, has plans for his property as soon as winter's over, and that means noise, traffic, and people. To make things worse, he's drop-dead gorgeous and could charm the skin off a snake.

Natalie braces herself to do battle over the land and to resist Wilby's charms, but her healing heart, an incredible discovery, and unexpected friendships along the way bring a gold mine of change she never expected - and just in time for Valentine's Day.

I would like to thank Danielle Thorne for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.

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It is always interesting reading a new genre from an author you are familiar with. I read A Pirate at Pembroke, by Danielle Thorne last year.

Valentine Gold is a contemporary romance, set in the beautiful North Georgia mountains. I really enjoyed the author’s descriptions of the beauty of the area, with the mountains, streams and even waterfalls. It made me want to pack up immediately and go for a visit!

Valentine Gold by Danielle Thorne Jonathan was such a kind and forgiving man. I loved his compassion for his mom’s cat, Griselda, which he inherited when his mom moved into town. I cracked up at the way he introduced her and described her multiple litters of kittens. And as a cat lover, it was fun to have Griselda and her granite-colored kitten as secondary characters.

I confess that I wasn’t a fan of Natalie’s, at least not at first. While I felt compassion for her rough divorce and understood her distrust of men (sorta), she was just so unkind. Angry, belligerent. Even after she had gotten to know Jonathan a bit, she listened to gossips rather than to what she knew about him. . .

So, gossips. All small towns seem to have them. (Yeah, big towns, too, though they never seem to play as prominent a role in stories that take place in them.) One of the lessons of the story is certainly to not listen to gossip, even when the source is your dear aunt’s friend!

If you enjoy small town romances, Valentine Gold was a fun story to while away a lazy afternoon.

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About Danielle Thorne

Danielle Thorne is the author of classic romance and adventure in several genres. She loves Jane Austen, pirates, beaches, cookies, antiques, cats, dogs, and long naps. She does not like phone calls or sushi. A graduate of Ricks College and BYU-Idaho, Danielle saw early work published by Every Day Fiction, Arts and Prose Magazine, Mississippi Crow, The Nantahala Review, StorySouth, and… you get the idea. Besides writing, she’s edited for both Solstice and Desert Breeze Publishing. Her growing blog, The Balanced Writer, focuses on writing, life, and the pursuit of peace and happiness. Currently, Danielle freelances as a non-fiction author, copywriter, and editor, while waiting to hear from readers like you through her website. During free time, which means when Netflix is down, she combs through feedback and offers virtual hugs for reviews.

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