Hold Me At Twilight by Lucinda Whitney

April 10, 2017 | 2 Comments
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Hold Me At Twilight by Lucinda WhitneyHold Me At Twilight
Author: Lucinda Whitney
Series: Romano Family #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 69
Date: April 7, 2017
Publisher: Lange House Press

Love might have a chance… if her family stays out of it.

When Knox Campbell goes to Portugal for a short business trip, he never planned on losing his documents. Now he’s stranded in Porto, his passport lost, and his credit cards canceled. Unable to return to the US and without a place to stay, Knox turns to the travel agent who suggested the local day attractions for assistance.

Jacinta Romano loves helping her clients set up their dream trips, although she doesn’t usually meet the ones visiting from abroad. But all that changes when a client shows up at the agency while her meddling family are still there. They latch on to him immediately, insisting Jacinta bring him home while he’s stranded. Thankfully, he’s only staying until his new passport arrives and after two weeks of playing hostess, she’ll be glad to send him on his way.

Or will she?

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About Lucinda Whitney

Lucinda Whitney

Lucinda Whitney was born and raised in Portugal, where she received a master’s degree from the University of Minho in Braga in Portuguese/English teaching.. She lives in northern Utah. When she’s not reading and writing, she can be found with a pair of knitting needles in winter, or tending her herb garden in the summer. She also works part-time as a substitute teacher.

2 responses to “Hold Me At Twilight by Lucinda Whitney

  1. Julie

    This is a sweet novella that reads very quickly. I assume its main purpose is to introduce Matias and the Romano family for his full-length novel. I enjoyed Jacinta and Knox’s story, but it was over way too fast! I also enjoyed the descriptions of all the Romanos, and look forward to reading more about them.

  2. Maria

    Cute, quick read, fluff romance. Not a lot of conflict in the story other than the love interests being from different countries making it difficult to have a relationship. But good if you just want a fast read, feel good kind of romance and a little introduction into the Romano family craziness.

    Knox and Jacinta are both lovely people and their attraction doesn’t take long to be fixed since it is a novella and there isn’t much time to develop relationships slowly. In a longer novel the story could be the basis of a Hallmark movie I think.

    No sex, language or violence.

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