Book Love (47) Sleigh Bells in Valentine Valley


When Tony De Luca’s ex, Kate Fenelli, waltzes through the door of his tavern and pulls up a bar stool, she turns his balanced world on end. Once they’d been each other’s first love, first everything. But then life happened, and they walked away with broken hearts. Now Kate is back in Valentine, and they can’t seem to stay out of each other’s way. When Tony begins wondering what would happen if they rekindled the sparks, he knows he’s in big trouble.

Kate can’t believe she’s sitting at Tony’s bar spilling her life-changing problems to him. He’s as gorgeous as ever, and she can’t seem to forget how incredible he always made her feel. Still, the door on that chapter of their lives closed long ago. Yet with Christmas buzzing in the air, Kate can’t help wondering if anything is possible—even a second chance with the only man she’s ever loved.

Why I LOVE Sleigh Bells in Valentine Valley?

This was a five star read for me, and one of my favorite books that Emma Cane has ever written. Its sweet, fun with a quaint small town you can’t help but fall in love with. I loved seeing these old lovers rekindle their relationship and the fun Christmas traditions of this little town you wish were real!! Emma Cane’s writing will instantly draw you in. And if you haven’t read this, I highly recommend you pick it up for the upcoming holidays, its festive and jolly and romantic!!

9 thoughts on “Book Love (47) Sleigh Bells in Valentine Valley

  1. SO glad you loved this one as well! I’m a sucker for a Second Chance Romance and this was such a superbly written one. All about family, small town values and lots of love… *sigh* I totally agree Emma Cane sure knows how to draw a reader in.

    1. oh yay!!!! Didn’t she do such a great job with this one?? I love her writing and the small town culture that she writes. And her Christmas books are the best. I am glad that you loved her too.

  2. I’ve read one book by Emma Cane and it wasn’t all that to me so I haven’t tried any of her other stuff. I’m wondering if I should revisit that thought and give her another go. Thanks for the heads up on this one. I just might start back up with this one.

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