Time to return to Smitten

Secretly Smitten By: Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Diann Hunt and Denise Hunter

Last year Coble, Billerbeck, Hunt and Hunter introduced us to the town of Smitten, a small town in Vermont that was struggling to survive with the changing times, that is until four friends came together with a plan to transform the town of Smitten a must go romance destination. Now we are back in Smitten seeing the progress of the town and meeting for brand new friends as well as seeing some old friends along the way.

There’s a mystery surrounding some dog tags found in Grandma’s attic. They belong to a man that Grandma knew long ago, but he died in the war and his dog tags were never found, so how did they get into the attic?

Smitten is growing into a must visit destination for romance, but with so many couples around Tess, Zoe and Clare wonder if they will ever figure out what they want to do to help Smitten and if they will ever find their special someone. Through a twist and turn of events and searching for the owner of the dog tags each of the girls, and there mom is pushed out of their comfort zone and take a step into a brand new future.

Once about these four authors have managed to pull together four separate characters and stories and combine them into a beautiful story that will make you want to visit Smitten. So return to Smitten for a brand new journey with new friends, this book makes you feel like you’ve grown up with Smitten all along.

I received this book complimentary through the Booksneeze program in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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