Lovely Contemporary Romance Novella
What a delightful contemporary romance! Even though this is a novella, and a very fast read, the author did a good job with characterization and providing just enough of a plot that would fit a novella. (Some authors, unfortunately, make a novella plot that is too big for the length of the story.) These characters had enough history and present that this could have been a full-length novel, but it works well in this shorter form. The author did a good job of focusing the story down to a few critical days in the characters lives that would change them forever. And she even snuck in some is symbolism about walls that was definitely appropriate to the story and the characters. There was a surprising amount of humor as well. I loved both the hero and the heroine, although I don’t think I would want to be a customer of the heroine while she was fixating on Dylan! Even within this short tale, both characters grew and changed in a way that made sense for them. The only way to improve this story would have been if more time had been spent showing what happened to this newly formed family. I would have loved to see more of how Dylan was as a father and how the hero and heroine flared as they claimed a new life together. Kudos to the author or pulling off such a lovely romantic story.