Fool’s Gold, California, a charming small town that’s short on men, has captured thousands of readers’ hearts in Susan Mallery’s New York Times bestselling series. Discover what makes these contemporary romances a must-read with Almost Summer, a Fool’s Gold novella.
Ever since she was young, Paige McLean has longed to see the world. Still, she never imagined the world would land on her doorstep in the form of a charming British surgeon who needs a place to stay when his plans fall through.
After a devastating loss, Alistair Woodbury has vowed to live his life alone. But in all his travels, he hasn’t encountered a town as welcoming as Fool’s Gold, nor a woman as caring—or as beautiful—as Paige. Her compassion warms him almost as much as their stolen kisses.
When it’s Alistair’s time to leave, will his brief visit turn into a lifetime stay?Don’t miss the latest title, A Fool’s Gold Christmas, book 10 of the Fool’s Gold series.
This IS a short story! Duh! A GOOD one!!!
This is just one book of many in a series that Susan Mallery writes called Fools Gold. There are 3 books, a short book, 3 books, a short book, and then 3 books. The cheaper ones are the short ones meant to be like a "teaser" for the next set of three books in the series. Don't give it a bad review or not read it just because it's short! All her books in the Fools Gold series are totally worth reading... Look up the series online and read them all in order.
This book was one of the worst romance novels I have ever read. It lacked character descriptions and build up. I never wanted to keep turning the page. If it was anymore than 100 pages I would have stopped reading it. There was no twist, yes majority of romance novels are predictable but this one was terribly predictable with no descriptions to make you feel like you we're part of the story. Would definitely not recommend this book to anyone.
Fast read, but will we have more to read about with Paige, her new love, and travels?