#Review – A GIFT TO REMEMBER by Melissa Hill

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Synopsis

Darcy Archer works in a small bookstore in Manhattan. A daydream believer, she refuses to settle for anything less than being swept off her feet by the perfect man… literally.

One day, when cycling to work, Darcy accidentally crashes into a sharply dressed gentleman walking his dog. He is knocked out cold, rushed to hospital and the poor pup gets left behind. Wracked with guilt, Darcy takes the dog and makes plans to reunite him with his owner, Aidan. As she discovers the mysterious stranger’s world of books, travel, adventure and all the wonderful things she’s ever dreamed about, Darcy builds a picture of this man and wonders if he could be THE ONE…

But does fantasy match reality? What happens when Prince Charming wakes up? Will Aidan be the happy ever after she’s always imagined?

Review

4.5 Stars

This book kept me guessing in every chapter! Just who was the man that Darcy accidentally crashed into? I enjoyed reading this book as I felt like I was in New York and a part of the story, which I had just returned from a vacation a couple months prior to reading this book. Darcy is a stand-up lady for caring for a stranger’s dog and not knowing if the owner will be OK or not. This book confirmed that I should work in a bookstore just for the fact that I want to share my love for books with people and the small town feeling that bookstores can bring. The story did end how I thought it would but didn’t take the route I assumed. I would recommend this book to my girlfriends looking to read a chick lit light realistic romance.

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