Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Secretly Smitten - A Review

Last year  the town of Smitten, Vermont was labeled as the romance capital after successfully capitalizing on the romantism of the town's name and appealing to the tourism industry. This year, romance is still strong. Only now there's a mystery to solve as well. When three sisters and their mother uncover a mystery involving dog tags, a man thought long dead, and their grandmother's past, they are determined to get to the bottom of it. What none of them expect is to be bitten by the love bug in the nation's romance capital. Follow Tess, Zoe, Anna, and Clare through the seasons as they get to the bottom of the mystery involving the dog tags and their grandmother's past.

I loved Smitten when I read it. This one introduces a new cast of characters, though the four friends from the last book do all make cameo appearances. Like Smitten, this collection of novellas is differnent than others I've read. Each story focuses on one of the sisters but still includes the overall storyline of the entire novel - in this case the mystery surrounding their grandmother. I'd have to say that though each piece was entertaining, I think I liked the one on Clare the best.

I received this book for free from Thomas Nelson's booksneeze program for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommended to fans of Smitten, romantic comedies, romance, Colleen Coble, Kristen Billerbeck, Diann Hunt, Denise Hunter, contemporary fiction.

Rating - 4 stars





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