I really enjoyed The Wishing Season. I tend to be an impatient reader who races through stories I enjoy, but not this time. The Wishing Season is a full length novel that I took the time to savor. Maybe it was because I was reading the actual paperback rather than an eBook, I don’t know, but I took my time. :)
Another reason I was drawn into this story is because The Wishing Season and a series that I have releasing this spring/summer have several similarities. :)
Regardless, of my reason for enjoying this story, it’s a great read, and I highly recommend it.
Here is the back cover blurb.
With grand plans to open her own bed & breakfast in Chapel Springs, PJ McKinley can’t afford the most crucial part: the brick and mortar. But when the owner of a local historic home announces a contest and promises her property to the worthiest candidate, PJ makes a fervent wish and tosses her name into the hat.
Cole Evans is cool, confident, and successful, but he’ll never forget his roots. He’s thankful for how far he’s come and knows his life could have turned out drastically different. If he can win the stately old mansion, he’ll turn it into a home for children aging out of the foster system.