Saturday, November 18, 2023

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Fall in Kentbury by Claudia Burgoa



USA Today bestselling author Claudia Burgoa invites you back to the small town of Kentbury with this swoony novella where frenemies become more, and the failed one-night stand might fall for more than the season.



Everything is falling apart.

I just got fired—by my father.

My boyfriend decided I wasn’t good enough—during my Grandma’s funeral.

That hot guy I met at the bar—I didn’t get one kiss from him.

All I have left is to start a new life.


But before I embark into the unknown, I head to Kentbury. 

Someone has to warn my paternal grandmother that her son wants to leave her destitute.

And who do I find instead?

Tall, hot, and delicious Bishop Harris.

My failed one-night stand.


He’s trying to run me out of town.

But between the autumn festivals, apple picking, and hard cider, things get a lot more interesting

I go from trying to avoid the small town to wondering if I can spend more than Fall in Kentbury.

                                                                                   
Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

It's back to Kentbury for Fall, and Claudia Burgoa paints a vivid picture of this small town and its quirky citizens. This one covers a variety of tropes, including enemies to lovers. The fire between McKay and Bishop builds until they cross that thin line between love and hate. Then, the chemistry is off the charts. Given that Fall in Kentbury is a novella, I'll leave the rest for you to discover on your own. The book is easily read in an afternoon or evening, and at this time of year, it goes perfectly with some cocoa next to the fire.


Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

If, after reading Fall in Kentbury, you want to experience it all again (raises hand), then Grace Grant and Joe Arden are terrific on the audiobook. I've listened to and enjoyed both narrators several times, and they don't disappoint here. Grace Grant captures McKay's insecurities and anxiety perfectly, and Joe Arden is great with Bishop, from his determination to see McKay out of town to his determination to keep her in town.
So, we have another swoony read from Claudia Burgoa, and she's made excellent choices for the narration. Fall in Kentbury is a great combination of sweet and sexy, and I can't wait to see what's next for this quirky little town. 


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