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The Coppersmith Farmhouse is one of the best small town romances that I have read in a long time. This is for a few reasons. First, love radiates off the pages. Building a loving connection within a story can be a hard feat especially if said romance takes place over a short amount of time. But the author is able to build upon their connection in a wonderful way and readers can truly feel it as it grows. Secondly, the story realistically portrays the budding romance between Gigi and Jess. There is nothing sneaky about it and nothing happens between the two in an over the top way that seems to taking over in other romance stories. Rather, it all feels like it was meant to be and goes at a pace that could easily be anyone else's life. Third, the characters were warm and inviting. Gigi is a wonderful single mother who clearly puts her daughter before anyone. But she is also sweet and kind which makes her one of those characters we could easily befriend because we know she would care for us unconditionally. Sheriff Jess (the hero) is a bit of a grouch, totally alpha male, and a little bossy, but his love shines through all of this making his grumpy demeanor endearing. Finally, the story had just enough drama and suspense to keep it interesting without being over the top. Again, nothing get's to crazy where it leaves us hanging on the edge of our seats for hours, but enough that makes sense for the story.
All of this put together made me fall in love with this debut novel. And, because of this, I have gone ahead and already added book 2 (a standalone in the series) to my TBR list and will be purchasing it the minute it goes live.
It's so nice to read a debut novel from an amazing author because it gives us readers something to really look forward to in terms of upcoming releases and I have a feeling that whenever Devney Perry releases a new book that I am going to jump right into it!
Fans of small town, SWEET, and classy novels should definitely pick up this book. It has enough heat to get you through but is also a warm and inviting novel for readers who enjoy books that are more about love and less about sex.
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