Lake Season by Denise Hunter
Published by Thomas Nelson (November 12, 2019)
Kicking off my first review for the BRS in years is my latest read—Lake Season by Denise Hunter.
It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of Denise Hunter. I’ve been devouring her books for years now. Her latest, Lake Season is the first in a new series set in North Carolina, surrounding the Bluebell Inn and the three siblings that own and run it.
Lake Season is about Molly—the bubbly Inn owner, and Adam—the quiet writer who finds his muse in Molly.
After Molly discovers a long-lost letter, she and Adam search for the writer of the letter in hopes of bringing closure to a long, lost love. Searching out the writer of the letter and the recipient brings Molly and Adam closer together, but their insecurities hold them back from committing to each other.
This is a lovely book with a turn in events that was both pleasant and surprising.
I liked both Molly and Adam. Adam for his atypical romance hero—we need more quiet, gentle men in our books. Molly was sweet and bubbly and she worked well with Adam.
I’m very keen to read the other two books in this series. Thank you Denise Hunter for putting out another great read.
Jess is a mum of two children and married to the calmest man alive. She loves to bake and go for walks. A writer of contemporary romance, Jess write stories about the heart and where love is worth the journey.