The Wishing Season by Denise Hunter was such a fun read. I'm a romantic through and through and this book didn't disappoint. The plot takes place in an old home that is being gifted by a wonderfully quirky lady who wants to bring great things to the community. The main characters PJ and Cole both have different views on how they are going to win the house. PJ wants to start a b&b with an attached restaurant. Cole on the other hand wants to open a home for foster children in a transition period after they turn 18 and before they graduate from high school.
I loved the main characters PJ and Cole who both had good stories and attachments to their beliefs. I really connected to Cole and his desire to start a helping home. I thought his views were noble and well thought out. PJ seemed to have a younger view on life in my opinion. Even though this was a Christian romance there didn't seem to be much religion in the novel but it was modest. It was clear that both of the characters were very young in mind and still working through their issues. I was very inspired by Coles story and his attachment to the children he is aiming to help. All in all, a fun read.
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