Review for Heading Love’s Way

Review for Heading Love’s Way

Heading Love's Way (Next Stop Love, #0.5) by Rachel Stockbridge , Kiss, Romance, Novella, Cute, Skiing, Snow“”An intense wave of affection rushed through her chest, rendinger her temporaryily speechless. She lifted her gaze from the Advil in her palm to Henry’s face. “I think I might have to marry you.””

One of the book I got for free on Amazon when I was doing my hunt for new ebooks! And this was just the cutest thing featuring two wonderful characters I was just rooting for.

While it is getting a bit more Spring-like outside… it is still cold as heck here and so a book about romance and snow? Give it to me! I have never skied or snowboarded, but I will probably end up like Annette, at least the first days. Haha, overexerting myself. But then probably also having fun. Whereas Annette just didn’t want to ski any more (and can you blame her given all the pain she had in her legs that day). Instead we get some other fun things! Like parties. And a trip to the nearby town. And of course plenty of cute conversations and a big wallop of romance.

I was so proud of Annette that she braved those scary and icy roads three times in the book! She could have given up, let someone else drive or just have her truck towed, but she kept going.

I love the chemistry between Henry and Annette! They instantly hit off and I just loved it! Plus, I loved that next to that they also quite soon talked about some more serious topics. About their friends, about Henry’s ex and how his friends wanted to have them back together, about being here and how they feel about it, and so much more. We only see them for like two days, but dang I was just rooting for them to get together for real. For them to become a couple! They really clicked and hit off.

While I was still a bit hesitant about the friends from either Annette or Henry, in the end I do like them. I was just influenced by how little we see of them and how our duo talks about their friends. As if they like them, but also not.

All in all, this was such a cute novella, perfect for the winter (or for early and cold Spring time). And I guess I will have to read the rest of the series as well!

Star rating, 4 stars

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