I’m posting today, instead of tomorrow. I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!

About It’s a Wonderful Date

It's a wonderful date

Love is the last thing on Sarah’s mind until she meets the small town doctor: single, handsome, and he lives across the street.

The doctor, however, has given up on ever finding love, not in this small town. As the only member of his practice, he has no time to himself when he works to be everything for everybody. But a beautiful new woman in his neighborhood keeps catching his eye.

When everything falls apart and he can’t save a much-loved patient, he wonders how much good he really is for his town.

Sarah becomes the angel of his Christmas wishes, who shows him just how much he means to not just her, but their small town and everyone in it.

My review

I’m always in a mood for a great clean romance! Sophia Summers is one of my very favorite authors. I always love her books.

This one is great! I love Sarah. She’s a girl next door type. Down to earth and the kind of girl I’d like to know. She’s an interior decorator. I enjoyed reading about the places she decorates for Christmas. It was kind of ironic that her home hadn’t been decorated, but she did move in on the first page.

David is a doctor in this one. I loved the way the reader got to see things through his eyes. But I really loved the way Sarah kept finding out more and more good things about him. The reader grows to love him more and more throughout the story.

I loved the plot. It kept me engaged and interested. And it’s short enough to read in one sitting if you want to.

A perfect book to get you into a Christmas spirit any time of the year!

I was sent a copy of It’s a Wonderful Date as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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