Friday, October 14, 2016

Book Review: Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice by Hayden Hunt

Peter works on his family's farm in the annual pumpkin patch. Halloween is his favorite time of year and he can't wait to see all of the happy faces who come to find their perfect fall decoration. He is immediately intrigued by a customer who arrives with a little boy in tow. Both look so sad and Peter wishes there was something he could do to add a little happiness to their lives.

Luke is struggling. He loves caring for his nephew, but the weight of tragedy hangs over the heads constantly. The one bright spot, other than his nephew, is the handsome man at the pumpkin patch. Peter provides a wonderful respite from all of drama and sadness currently in his life, but how long with that happiness last?

This is a lovely, relatively uncomplicated love story. Both of MCs are very likeable, and the secondary characters are just as great. They didn't bog down the story and added more depth to the MCs respective storylines. The "big misunderstanding" was somewhat of an eye roll moment for me, but I could definitely see things from both sides and didn't let the situation tarnish my view of the overall book.

If you're looking for a quick read with complex and relatable characters, this is the book for you!

4.5 stars 

A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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