Series: Cupid's Corner #1
Published by Tule Publishing
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I received a complimentary ARC from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
I could not put down Gemma and Sean’s love story in Dear Cupid by Laurie LeClair, book one in her Cupid’s Corner series. This is a wonderful, emotional, and heartwarming story, featuring a magical town.
Gemma Valentine has taken a leave from her librarian job to sadly help with the closing of her family’s antique store as well as enjoy Cupid’s Corners’ Valentine’s Day festivities. Although seeing love all around her, Gemma doesn’t believe in love.
Architect Sean McCleary, the big brother of Gemma’s best friend, is in Cupid’s Corner to create a plan to renovate the Valentine’s building into a trendy retail space; which would hopefully provide him with a promotion. Visiting the antique store Sean and Gemma are tricked into reviving the town paper’s Dear Cupid’s advice Cupid, working together on answers to the questions posed by the lovelorn.
Working with Sean disrupts Gemma’s neat and tidy life while Sean realizes how funny and adorable Gemma is. Sean decides he enjoys spending time with Gemma, providing a male’s perspective for their column, and wonders if he can convince her to give him, and them, a chance. Maybe it’s the magic of the town, the antique store, or a matchmaking grandmother that will give these two a chance at love.
Ms. LeClair wrote a wonderful, sweet, and heartwarming story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Gemma and Sean a chance to take their own advice on falling love. I highly recommend Dear Cupid to other readers.
Reviewer: Eileen is a retired high school teacher who has loved reading all of her life and goes everywhere with a book. She enjoys reading Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Suspense, Women’s Literature, YA, NA, Fiction, Historical Fiction, and Cozy Mysteries. She likes strong heroines, hot heroes and a story that draws her in, not letting go until the last page is turned. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, pup, and near her four adult children.