July 25, 2010

Review: One Season of Sunshine by Julia London

One Season of Sunshine

On the verge of accepting a marriage proposal, Jane Aaron has lots of unanswered questions about her birth that plague her thoughts. It's now to the point that she risks losing her boyfriend and hurting her adopted family by leaving the life she's always know to find answers in the small Texas town where she was born.

Taking a summer job as nanny for Asher Price, a handsome and rich widow, Jane hardly has time to breathe let alone research her birth. But in between dealing with a bed-wetting five year old and a surly pre-teen Jane feels herself falling for Asher and as she slowly uncovers the truth behind her birth she just might wish she never started looking.

One Season of Sunshine was an excellent read. It's covers some pretty deep topics to be more than just a typical romance book. The children were endearing even with their problems and I was rooting for Jane from the opening chapter. I highly recommend this for anyone who loves contemporary romances.

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bermudaonion said...

That does sound deeper than a normal romance. I'm glad you enjoyed it so much.

Anonymous said...

Nice review - it's on my TBR list!