Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Finding Us (Pine Valley #5) by Heather B. Moore {Review}

Finding Us (Pine Valley #5) by Heather B. Moore
Kindle Edition, 257 pages
Publication: September 6th 2018 by Mirror Press 
Source: I received a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own and were voluntarily given

Felicity Miner is not normally an anxious person, and she’s been on her own since high school. But after a shoplifter steals from her bookshop, she calls the cops. When Officer Leo Russo shows up, Felicity has to tell herself that just because the romance novel she’s been reading has a hero police officer doesn’t mean she needs to project her imagination onto the real man. Yes, Officer Russo is unexpectedly generous, and he helps make Felicity’s home more secure when her worries won’t settle down. But the more Felicity is around Officer Russo, the more she imagines a future between them. Is he merely doing his duty, protecting and serving the citizens of Pine Valley, or is there potential for something more? 
My Review: 5 Stars
Setting--check. Great characters--check. Swoony romance--check. This book has all the makings of a sweet escape read. 
First of all, Felicity loves books and so do I. Secondly, she's a little intimidated by Officer Leo Russo, who is a big, handsome, sweet cop, and right there, she became very realistic in my book.
Leo and Felicity had very different pasts and I love the way they merge their life experiences and personalities to forge a connection that will knock your socks off. The unexpected connection that zings between Leo and Felicity made me swoon throughout nearly the whole entire book. The romantic anticipation gave me butterflies.
The setting is perfect, too. I love autumn and all the talk of the cool air, hot chocolate, and jam has me ready to toss summer to the wind. Pine Valley has become a place near and dear to my heart and I love every day I get to spend in this place, even though it is just in my imagination. 
Content: mild, swoony romance


  1. funny how imagination can start a snow ball of something. sounds like a fun book. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

  2. I just picked this book up based on your review! I also am now following you on FB. I appreciate what you do

    1. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did, Donna! Thank you!