Review: A New Year’s Eve Proposal by Kim Findlay

This was such an great story! It is book three in the Cupid’s Crossing series but can absolutely be read and enjoyed without having read the first two books. This book spans the time period that the other two books take place in and the author does it in a very natural way that just makes sense.

I liked both of these main characters a lot. Andie feels like she has put her life on hold to take care of her family. She is doing a great job of running the family contracting company and has been for close to fifteen years. I liked watching her growth throughout this novel. She had a lot to evaluate about her life and what she really wanted from it. I also thought she handled the various situations that arose from Trevor’s concerns about the building renovations, even as she tried to keep her heart protected.

Trevor was such an interesting character. I really liked him and felt for him. The more pages I turned in this story, the more I realized how many times he had been betrayed in his life. All of these situations that he had lived through made him reticent to trust in not only the work being done on the mill, but also in life. I loved seeing the impact that Andie made on him, both professionally and emotionally. Beautiful story!

(4.5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK

A handsome stranger on New Year’s…

Leads to the surprise of her year!

Contractor Andie Kozak felt an instant connection to the stranger she met on New Year’s Eve. Then she discovered Trevor Emerson was the big-city architect working with her on the town mill—and he made it clear their relationship would be strictly business. Andie knows there’s tenderness underneath Trevor’s brusque demeanor. But can she risk everything she’s built to design a new life…and love?

Cupid”s Crossing

Book 1: A Valentine’s Proposal
Book 2: A Fourth of July Proposal
Book 3: A New Year’s Eve Proposal

PURCHASE YOUR OWN COPY HERE

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kim Findlay grew up in Canada but now lives on a sailboat in the Caribbean. She gave up her accounting job to write romance novels. Life goals accomplished! Kim can be found reading, writing, and exploring paradise with her husband and the world’s cutest spaniel. You can find her at kimfindlay.ca, @missheyer74, or on Facebook and Instagram.

About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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