Review of ‘Colorado Winter Moon’

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After his wife died, Sam Phillips gave up on love. He’s content to live alone in Peakview, Colorado with his dog, Marshall, and run his hardware store and law practice. Then, he meets Vickie Dalton, a widow, come to Peakview for her son’s wedding, and sparks fly. Can two people in the twilight years of their lives find true love? Read Jill Haymaker’s Colorado Winter Moon and find out.

Sam and Vickie go through a storm of changes in their lives as they draw closer together, separated by the eight-hour drive between their homes in Colorado and Wyoming, and Vickie’s obligations to her family. For fans of romance novels, this is a book that is different. No bodice-ripping love connection, but two people of mature years who find that love is not bound by a calendar.

The sixth book in the series, it will open your heart to new possibilities, and convert you into a fan of the genre.

I give it five stars.

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