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As Easy as Riding a Bike by Bell Renshaw | Novella Review
THE STORY | Happiness has found Emma Holland. She’s finally working towards her dream as a small business owner in her small town, and then he returns. Connor Pearson is famous for his photography, a career that has required he travel the world. Now he’s returned to Justin Harbor searching for the lens that will show him his future. Little does he expect the feelings Emma
will again stir in him…
REVIEW | The second of author Bell Renshaw’s stories I’ve read (and only the second she’s released), As Easy as Riding a Bike steps away from the Christmas cheer of One Christmas in Winter into a new small town atmosphere. Step inside Justin Harbor, and you’ll meet charming and quirky characters who waste no time in working their way into our hearts.
In this small town, readers will feel as if they’ve stepped into their favorite Hallmark Channel small town. It’s sweet and as previously stated, the residents are sure to make an impression. Supported by lovely characters (who make it fun to try and pick out who’s story is coming – pretty sure I can guess which lady will next find her happily ever after), Emma and Connor flourish as characters.
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Their sweet (and all too few) scenes together are pinned together with nothing more than feelings of mutual attraction, and the weight of their past. The story is one that, though completely charming as is, will also appeal to those who don’t like stories with copious kissing.Anyone looking for a charming, easy and simple read to enjoy over the weekend won’t regret picking up As Easy as Riding a Bike. It’s darling, and the image of the cover reflects exactly the kind of warm, cozy feels you’ll experience through the story. This truly is a story easy to fall head over heels in love with. ♥Love #romance fiction? Novellas? Reunion stories? Pick up a copy of Bell Renshaw's adorable small town romance. As Easy as Riding a Bike – Sweethearts Reunite in Small Town Click To Tweet
Sincere thanks to the author for providing an e-copy of this book; all opinions are my own.