Gaudete by Amy Rae Durreson

GaudeteLGTitle:   Gaudete

Author:  Amy Rae Durreson

Genre:  Contemporary

Length:  Novella (74 Pages)

ISNB:   978-1-62798-586-4-1-62798-586-4

Publisher: Dreamspinnerpress.com (December 1st, 2013)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

Reviewer: LeeAnn

Blurb: Every Christmas, child chorister Jonah Lennox used to meet Callum Noakes at Aylminster cathedral when Callum’s mother came to sell roasted chestnuts at the market. After years of friendship, an argument separates them, apparently forever. Putting away the memories of his lost friend, Jonah left the cathedral and moved on with his life.

When Jonah returns to the cathedral after ten years away, the market in the cathedral brings back memories—and Callum, who has made a life for himself as a woodturner. Upon meeting again, attraction pulls them together, and the holiday may inspire their old friendship to mature into new romance.

Purchase Link:  http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4488

Review:  I really liked this story. I love how friendships from the past can turn into romance and love of your lifetime later. They do say friendship should be the foundation of romance, which I agree as I am married to one of my best friends. J

I loved the flash backs to their childhood. Really gave great insights to the things they did and went through when younger. Heartbreaking at their last meeting when young though.  How ever, they were there for each other…anchors if you see what I mean. J

I highly recommend everyone read this!

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