There is one thing I do not like about this book. Courtney Walsh never tells what happens to Christopher--does he get convicted? does he get acquitted? Most of the plot of the book is based on Christopher and his overarching bad deeds. I want him to get his come-uppance, he's a piece of slime and needs to be put in his place--moreso than just Evelyn walking out on him.
Evelyn's world gets rocked when the FBI shows up at her house with a search warrant seeking information on Christopher's possible involvement in embezzling state and local government funds. They believe that Evelyn knows of his involvement and is hiding something from them. She has to take refuge at a friend's farm, but still the press and paparazzi find her and print stories about her--keeping her in the eye of the citizens of Loves Park in Colorado.
What Evelyn doesn't realize is that her friend, Trevor Whitney, has been in love with her and she's the object of the Valentine Volunteers matchmaking schemes. There is a lot of plotting and planning for her to revamp the towns wooden hearts for Valentine's Day, for her to become the town's artist-in-residence, for her to become Trevor's wife.
This was a sweet novel with just the right amount of angst, conflict, and romance. Five Stars, Two Thumbs Up, and a Valentine Heart for your love.
My thanks to Tyndale Publishing for allowing me to read and review this book.