MORE THAN A FEELING

MORE THAN A FEELING                       C.J. CARMICHAEL
Posted:  April 28, 2014

More Than A Feeling by C.J. Carmichael
 Small town romance with a dash of mystery
A dangerous twenty-year-old secret is about to be uncovered in the quaint Vermont town of Carol Falls, where not everyone is who they seem to be. 
At first meeting, Spencer Frost appears to be a simple farmer who enjoys reading and quoting poetry. In fact he’s a criminal law attorney from Boston on sabbatical at Frost Family Farm. When he meets Robin Redmond, the lovely new sales clerk at the local independent bookstore, he has no idea he’s about to step into a drama to rival even his toughest legal case. 
Robin moved to Carol Falls in pursuit of the man who destroyed her sister’s life. Driven to face him—as well as her own guilt about her sister--falling in love with Spencer is not part of her plans. But as they partner up to unravel the twisted truth behind the crime, she discovers love is the strongest weapon of all.
This is the fourth book in a small-town romance/cozy mystery series that began with The Frost Family Christmas trilogy. These three titles are: 

Book 1: What Child Is This by C.J. Carmichael 
Book2: Home For Christmas by Roxy Boroughs 
Book 3: The Holly & The Ivy by Brenda M. Collins.
MY REVIEW:
     What an intriguing story in the form of a romance mystery.  At the heart of the story is Robin Redman who has moved to Carol Falls in order to confront the man who destroyed her family.  She wants to have a face to face with the man who has gotten out of prison and is now living with his twin brother.  She needs to ease her own guilt and heartache.  It’s all too painful and it has eaten up to many years of her life and ruined too many lives and relationships.
     She works at her new job a local independent bookstore, where she meets Spencer Frost.  Who she believes to be a maple farmer who enjoys reading and quoting poetry.  Only to find out he is a criminal lawyer.  So, on their first date when she finds out it’s a bust.  She is gone in a flash. 
     For Spencer however he can’t get Robin out of his mind.  She is the first woman he has met outside of his well to do circles of galas, fundraisers, and work.  So, when he can’t take “no” for an answer he pursues her again to find out something else has her spooked.  Against her better judgment but finding that Spencer is easy to talk to she starts to tell him what happened to her sister and family years ago.  A bond begins to form.
     Come and see how this mystery unfolds of this face to face.  Will it be what she is looking for or will there be another mystery that will unfold right before her eyes?  A romance that couldn’t possibly go anywhere with a woman so mentally obsessed with this case she can’t seem to heal to the point that she allowed it to ruin her first marriage.  And a family who through love, illness, pain, and joy make life more enjoyable together than apart.

     I give this book 5 stars.  Provide by the author for an honest review.   Follow us at: www.1rad-readerreviews.com 

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