About Valentine Gold

Valentine Gold

A Second Chance Clean & Wholesome Romance with Small Town Charm 

Her chances of finding a Valentine are about as good as striking gold, but an old cabin, a new neighbor, and the mountain of Good Hope just might shift the odds. 

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. 

My review

I’d read Danielle Thorne’s Regency romances before this and I enjoyed them. But it’s always fun to realize that an author you’ve liked before can write other types of romance as well. And she’s equally good at it.

This one is a contemporary second chance type romance. I loved every bit of it, from the little town of Good Hope to the characters to the romance. It’s just so well-written.

Natalie is a great character. She’s been hurt by her ex-husband and she really wants nothing to do with people at the beginning of the book. Teaching her classes online is about as close to anyone as she wants to get. I loved how she opened up throughout the book to everyone around her. To everyone including Johnathon. To me, the turning point of the book is when she helps him and then tells him the truth about what she found.

The reader doesn’t see any of the story through Johnathon’s point of view. But he is a great character. He puts up with a lot of grumpiness from Natalie. I loved the way he cares for his aging parents in any way he can.

The plot of this one is cute. I loved the way Natalie changes throughout the book and learns to love again. This one was a quick read that I really enjoyed!

I was sent an e-copy of Valentine Gold as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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