Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Review: No Reservations (Holiday Falls #2) by Elizabeth Coldwell

No Reservations
Author: Elizabeth Coldwell
Series: Holiday Falls
Publisher: Totally Bound
Published: April 18, 2023
Source: arc for review

She’s plumb lucky to have found a hot younger man, but will the age difference get in the way?

Miranda Hickman has successfully run the Maltby Farm Inn, the top-rated bed and breakfast spot in Holiday Falls, since her husband walked out on her for another woman. She can cope with most problems, but a plumbing emergency requires professional help, and that’s when Zach Peters walks into her life.

They make an instant connection, and Miranda finds herself having the best sex of her life. Zach is cute and capable, but he’s also thirteen years younger than Miranda, and he can’t stay with one woman for too long. It doesn’t seem like it should be a problem, but as the relationship progresses, Miranda begins to realize it’s a lot to navigate. Is it her imagination, or does Zach not want to be seen out with her in Holiday Falls? She doesn’t want to be his dirty secret, but will her reservations hold her back from being with a man who makes her feel like no one else ever has?

Welcome back to Holiday Falls!! In No Reservations we meet Miranda, whom we met briefly in the previous book in the series, and Zach. When Miranda calls upon her plumber for an emergency fix, he sends his son in the place. Sparks fly between the two and suddenly this older woman is falling for the much younger man. What would the people of small town Holidays Falls think about their romance? I thought No Reservations was a fun addition to this quick series. The romance between Miranda and Zach was fast, but I love that the ending reflects on just how quick it was. No spoilers, but it was fitting for their romance. Again, this series is filled with quick reads that are fun with just enough steam to keep me happy.

Elizabeth Coldwell is a multi-published author and editor whose stories have appeared in a number of best-selling anthologies. She has written novels in a variety of different genres, from paranormal to BDSM and contemporary romance. She is the former editor of the UK edition of Forum magazine and the proud winner of an International Leather Award. When she is not busy writing, she is an avid supporter of Rotherham United Football Club and can be regularly found on the terraces at weekends, cheering her boys to victory (hopefully!).

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