Like your favorite Hallmark movie...only way more gay.
An omega too busy helping others to find his own happily ever after...
Nathan Willis doesn't need an alpha. At least, that's what he keeps telling himself. He's content enough crafting magical clothing for the people of Vale Valley, thank you very much. When a spell backfires, he becomes part of his very own Cinderella story--now if only he could forget the handsome alpha who mistook him for someone else...
A sweet-toothed alpha looking for a place to call home...
A wolf without a pack, Caius Valens longs for someone to treasure and take care of. It's hard to find someone to get close to when they don't know you're a shifter. His travels lead him to Vale Valley and the local Chocolatier's Gala, where he falls into his very own fairy tale. Right down to the mysterious beauty disappearing at the stroke of midnight.
Can they find their way back to one another before the spell breaks? And will both men find themselves along the way?
Welcome back to Vale Valley, where love is always in the air and magic lies around every corner.
That Magical Moment is the first book in the Vale Valley Valentine's series. If you're looking for a sweet and steamy small town open to everyone in need of love and a home, you've come to the right place. This book contains magical clothing, incredible edible sculptures, way more than a dozen roses, and a feel-good happily ever after. Grab a glass of wine, a box of chocolate, and curl up with this heartwarming holiday read.
Rating: Four and half cups
Nathan's an interesting fellow. He seems to believe he doesn't have a chance to find love, thus he doesn't try. Only through the fervent begging of his psychic friend and a backfired spell is Nathan forced into a situation where he can find his alpha.
Caius is a wolf on the run. He's alone and hiding from abusive pack. Caius doesn't expect to find home in Vale Valley or a mate.
Who doesn't love a fairy tale re-imagined? I know I do. I would have liked the mystery of Nathan's identity to remain a mystery a bit longer.
I confess I wanted more of this story. It's novella length and truly, I enjoyed every minute of it, which is why I wanted more. Their romance was so sweet, even without either being dragons (which I sooo love from Connor Crowe), why wouldn't I want more?
I can't seem to rate novellas a five, my personal flaw I suppose. Maybe they just aren't long enough for me to have time to love them? Anywho back to the review!
Sweet romance with lovable characters. I'd definitely read it again. If you haven't read it, get on it!
Hi. My name is Jordan K Prince. I live and breathe MM fiction. I am particularly fond of mpreg; I can never get enough. I'm in the process of writing my first MM novel, mpreg, of course.