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A Season of Love

4.18 of 5 stars 4.18  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  11 reviews
The Soldier's Gift  

Just in time for Christmas, a tall, dark and handsome Scrooge visits Holly Stanwyck's holiday shop, threatening eviction. But once landlord Ethan Pelligrino sees the single mom's plight, the former soldier becomes her protector instead. Suddenly he's helping her with her struggling business and bonding with her troubled son. A wounded veteran c
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 17th 2013 by Love Inspired (first published November 15th 2011)
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Julia Herondale
"A Season of Love" was an absolutely perfect way to start off the holiday season. The story line was superb and the characters were amazing. Kim Watters is a phenomenal Love Inspired author who I look forward to reading more from. This was a truly wonderful and heartwarming Christian romance that I shall cherish forever.
"A Season of Love" by Kim Watters is a book that was so different and I so thoroughly enjoyed every page of the book.

Here is a story of two people who have known what is like to loose someone you care about. The story was different in one way because frankly they still were grieving in their own way, not at all prepared for the other. A friendship develops even though it is mighty strange given their first couple of meetings.

Far too many times the wounded veteran hero is some kind of recluse who
A Season Of Love by Kim Watters was a very good book. Ethan was in the army. Three people with him died and Ethan lost his fingers on one hand. He is learning to readjust into his home town. Holly has a store inside a building she rents from Ethan. He needs the rent money to start up a dog recuse to help army people. Holly has a troubled 12 year old son. Holly is having a hard time also since she was driving when her husband died in a car accident. There is a lot that goes on in this story. You ...more
Jill Twigg
This is a story of an injured soldier sent home and the guilt that rides him as well as the woman who rents a storefront from him and the guilt that rides her regarding the death of her husband and unborn child. I loved the way Ethan set up a sanctuary for soldier's dogs and used it to help wayward teens.
Both Holly and Ethan has healing to work thru. Takes them awhile, but Christmas is a great time for this.

Great story and holds your interest from beginning to end.
Kim Cruz
Great Story!
The story was cute, but I'll admit to being a tad disappointed. That's probably because I adored Kim Watters story "Healing Hearts", and expecting the same feeling when I started reading "A Season of Love." I felt like the ending was too rushed and the dialogue could have used some work. Overall, not bad.
Harlequin Books
"Watters' characters may prompt the reader to recall that, though grief and loss are part of life, each day is a gift from God. The small-town appeal and inviting characters lead to a satisfying conclusion." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars
This story was about the things people blame themselves for when all along it's part of God's plan. "Let go and let God" is the theme for Ethan and Holly.
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At twelve years old, I fell in love with romance after I borrowed a romance novel from my older sister, Karin. An avid reader, I was soon hooked on the happily ever after endings. For years, I dreamt of writing my own romance novel, but never seemed to have the time until I relocated from Chicago to Phoenix. The rest, they say, is history. I’m a multi-published author with releases from Harlequin' ...more
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