Wild Child Publishing
Rating: 4 Cups
Rebecca has always loved Story Town. It was her escape from a less than ideal homelife and a place to bond with her beloved grandmother. She would be living her dream as its owner if the place would only make a profit.
Jon has been assigned to convince Rebecca to sell Story Town to a large theme park conglomerate. He is torn between his assignment and the magical and nostalgic little park and its beautiful owner.
Story Town has long been a bastion of the innocence of childhood and fairy stories. Rebecca is doing her best to keep the park going, but is having a bit of a financial crisis. A large conglomerate wants to take advantage and sends its best man to convince Rebecca to sell.
Rebecca is an admirable character if a bit repressed. She has the best interests of her employees and patrons at heart and is tolerant of their eccentricities, like Sarah’s Technicolor hair. Her bad experiences with love and the married state make her wary of a handsome and fast talking man like Jon. Jon is complicated and often hard to like. He seems in love with Rebecca but careless of her feelings and very inconsiderate at times, which can be confusing. The plot is easy to follow and held my interest and the characters are well developed and very real. This is a very sweet and enjoyable tale.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More