Book Review: Paper Hearts

Paper Hearts
Courtney Walsh

Abigail Pressman owns a cozy little book store/coffee shop in the quaint town of Love’s Park, nestled in the Rockies.  She has grand plans to expand her shop but those plans get squashed when the financing falls through.  Now instead of looking forward to expanding, she’s faced with closing or relocating her shop when big city doctor, Jacob, buys the building her shop is in.  He plans to convert the building into a home for his new practice. As much as they try to avoid each other, these two just can’t keep from running into each other. The more they butt heads, the more the realize there might be something more lurking under the surface of their relationship. To move forward with any sort of relationship, they each have to deal with their pasts. Can they get over it and move on? Or will their pride and stubbornness separate them forever?

This was a fun book to read, especially since I can see the beautiful Rocky Mountains from my house.  That made it very easy to imagine a cute little book store/coffee shop in a cozy mountain town. I really enjoyed following the story of Abigail and Jacob.  Walsh’s writing was fun and easy to read and she wrapped up the story really well, there were no loose endings leaving the reader on edge waiting for a follow up book. It left me wishing that Love’s Park really existed and that I could take a quick weekend trip there. 🙂

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.

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If you’re interested in checking out this book you can find it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as many other retailers.


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