Review: A Brush with Love: A January Wedding Story by Rachel Hauck
A Brush With Love: A January Wedding Story by Rachel Hauck
Publication Date: December 2014
Ginger Winters understands how to make people beautiful. It’s her gift and she’s turned it into a fabulous career. At one point she even worked with one of the top selling country music artists in the world. Now she’s gone back to her small hometown to start her own salon. But all is not perfect in Ginger’s world. When she was a child, she was horribly burned in a fire and the scars torment her daily. Magazines have claimed her to be the ‘ugliest’ stylist to the stars and she feels like people are constantly staring at her. She knows that she’s not beautiful.
So when Tom Wells Jr (the boy who broke her heart in high school) returns to town, things get even more stressful. Ginger isn’t able to shove everything aside and try to remain in the shadows anymore. Tom won’t let her.
Filled with beautiful weddings, drama and just the right amount of personal angst, A Brush with Love is a little like a chocolate chip cookie. It’s not too rich or too heavy, but it’s enough to satisfy a sweet tooth. This novella was a fast read that was satisfying and fun. I wasn’t quite ready for the story to end when it did. I wanted to move on and see more of what happens next!
Rachel Hauck gets another happy nod from me for this wonderful romantic adventure!
Review copy provided by the publisher. Thanks!