It’s a Wonderful Date by Sophia Summers

November 15, 2019 | 1 Comment
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It’s a Wonderful Date by Sophia SummersIt's a Wonderful Date
Author: Sophia Summers
Series: Love for the Holidays #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 131
Date: November 15, 2019
Publisher: Indie

Love is the last thing on Sarah’s mind until she meets the small town doctor: single, handsome, and he lives across the street.

The doctor, however, has given up on ever finding love, not in this small town. As the only member of his practice, he has no time to himself when he works to be everything for everybody. But a beautiful new woman in his neighborhood keeps catching his eye.

When everything falls apart and he can’t save a much-loved patient, he wonders how much good he really is for his town.

Sarah becomes the angel of his Christmas wishes, who shows him just how much he means to not just her, but their small town and everyone in it.

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.


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About Sophia Summers

Sophia Summers

Sophia Summers is an award winning author who just wants to relax a little and enjoy a great beach read. She lives in a quiet southern town brimming with an extra dose of hospitality and a whole lot of charm. She writes historical romance under a different name.

One response to “It’s a Wonderful Date by Sophia Summers

  1. Maria

    This cute story nods to It’s a Wonderful Life but doesn’t follow that story except very loosely. I thought it was a great title. Actually the plot could be used for a Hallmark movie.

    Loved the two main characters. They fell in love really quickly though. Especially since they could never manage to even get a date together. Both are very caring people but David seems to give his all to everyone. I love Christmas decorations so it was fun to hear about the decorating Sarah got to do. I’m a little jealous of the set up. I LOVED Miss Lily. What a sweet woman. And maybe I’m just jealous that Miss Lily could afford to hire someone to come in and do such extensive decorating.

    I loved the close knit neighborhood they lived in. It was easy to see both the good and the bad that everyone is in everyone’s business but also that they care about each other.

    I enjoyed reading this one and look forward to reading the rest of the series.

    Possible trigger: depression, grief

    Sex: some descriptive kisses, mild innuendo
    Language: no
    Violence: No

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