Adult Fiction book review

Blind Date by Monica Murphy

Coming October 19th, 2021:

Blind Date begins with a swoon-worthy meet-cute at a Christmas tree farm. Sign me up! If you like the grumpy sunshine trope in a romance novel, you’ll like this one, but it’s sort of a reversal from the norm, because in this story, Amelia is a bit of a grumpy heroine and Isaac is a fresh breath of sunshine. After running smack dab into handsome Isaac at the tree farm where he works, Amelia is embarrassed to see the gorgeous man yet again in her family’s jewelry store when he comes to deliver the Christmas tree she purchased at Sullivan’s Tree Farm.

Unbeknownst to Amelia, one of her best friends, Candice, who is soon getting married to the tree farm owner, Charlie, is planning to set her up on a blind date with “Jonesie”, one of the single guys employed at Sullivan’s. Though she really has no time for dating with her busy work schedule, Amelia reluctantly agrees to Candice’s crazy idea, because what has she got to lose? She’s single and to be honest, she would rather not sit alone at a table full of happy couples at a wedding. But, a guy named Jonesie? Really? Her friends will never let her live that down. Planning to appease Candice and agree to have fun for one night, Amelia finds herself pleasantly surprised when her blind date partner is revealed.

The romance in this book is open door and super spicy, and well-done, I might add. This is an age gap and an opposites attract romance, where a rich, elegant city gal is matched up with a simple, charming country guy. You’ll love their story and the happily ever after. This is the perfect holiday romance to put you in the mood for the season. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Thank you to Valentine PR for providing me with a review copy of this novel in exchange for honest feedback.

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