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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Private Detective Jack Bennett is still attracted to Charlotte Rose in Christmas Town. So much so that Jack decides to move part of his booming business to Christmas Town and settle there with his new love. Secretly, he has a house built and, on Valentine’s Day, he visits Christmas Town and lures his intended to the new house. All goes well. Charlotte is pleased with the house and her answer, of course, is yes. There are other romances fluttering amongst his new friends and soon-to-be new family in Christmas Town, but most of this story is focused on Jack and Charlotte’s budding romance. The story ends with a cliff hanger that suggests another romance is about to blossom in the next story in this serious. So Christmas miracles can happen even on Valentine’s Day. At least they can happen in Christmas Town.
This is the second book in R.M. Gauthier’s Christmas Miracle Series. Christmas Miracle on Valentine’s Day picks up where book one left off, tracing the budding romance between Charlotte and Jack. It’s a sweet, gentle story, really. The story progresses calmly through the plot leading up to the proposal. There are no conflicts, other than Jack’s uncertainty about his decision to surprise Charlotte with the proposal and the house he’s built for the two of them. A very calm, placid love story for fans of the genre. Readers who enjoyed R.M. Gauthier’s previous book, Christmas Miracle in July, will enjoy seeing this love story play out to its anticipated happy ever after conclusion for Jack and Charlotte!