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The Wishing Season

The Wishing Season

By Denise Hunter
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.63 Stars

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On 3/19 Bekah wrote: There’s something very special about Chapel Springs and the McKinley family. I don’t know how to explain it exactly, but these books are like a warm, inviting hug that lifts your spirit and leaves you smiling. I simply couldn’t put it down and read it start to finish in one afternoon. The characters ... REVIEW: The Wishing Season by Denise Hunter

Bekah's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/28 Nicole Flothe wrote: I picked this book from to review because I loved the cover and the way the photo predicts a winter romance.  Perfect for this time of year!  While I was reading the book, several characters began to seem familiar and then I realized that I had read another book from Denise ... The Wishing Season Book Review

Nicole's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/10 Abbi Hart wrote: About the BookLiving side-by-side, a fledgling chef and a big-hearted contractor find a delicious attraction.Trouble is, their chemistry could spoil their dreams.Spirited PJ McKinley has the touch when it comes to food. Her dream of opening her own restaurant is just one building short of reality. So ... The Wishing Season by Denise Hunter

Abbi's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/9 Madeline Drew wrote: The Wishing Season, by Denise Hunter, is the newest release in the Chapel Springs series- one of my favorites! Each story is based on one of the members of the close-knit McKinley family. The books can be read in any order as they stand alone but have delightful reoccurring characters. The story focused ... The Wishing Season- Denise Hunter has us swooning again!

Madeline Drew's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/4 Donna's BookShelf wrote: This is the first book I have read (and reviewed) in the Chapel Springs series… and it’s awesome! … but I can assure you — it won’t be the last! I’m already compiling a list of Chapel Springs books… I can’t wait to read Barefoot Summer and Dancing With Fireflies. Once I’m done, I ... I love reading the Chapel Springs series!

Donna's BookShelf's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/30 Anne wrote: PJ McKinley has dreams of opening her own restaurant and Bed and Breakfast. Cole Evans wants to give back by opening a home for kids aging out of the foster system. Both of their dreams collide and have a chance to come true when the owner of a local historic home announces a contest in which the winner ... Great Plot

Anne's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/22 RavenB wrote: The Wishing Season by Denise Hunter was such a fun read. I'm a romantic through and through and this book didn't disappoint. The plot takes place in an old home that is being gifted by a wonderfully quirky lady who wants to bring great things to the community. The main characters PJ and Cole both have ... Book review~The Wishing Season by Denise Hunter

RavenB's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/20 iLoveMy5Kids wrote: As with most Christian Fiction books, I expected this one to be short to the point with a little humor and one I could read in a weekend over a cup of hot coffee or on a beach. I was not disappointed. Except, this one didn’t have much humor. Although it possessed drama and flair – I wanted a little ... The Wishing Season

iLoveMy5Kids' Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/18 Rachel DeVaughn wrote: The main character PJ has lived in the same town her whole life and has the dream of opening up her own Bed and Breakfast/fancy restaurant because she loves to cook and wants to benefit her community. She meets Cole who has the dream of opening a house to take care of older foster children but who wants ... The Wishing Season (A Chapel Springs Romance) by Denise Hunter

Rachel's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/13 Pamelamo wrote: From their very first somewhat explosive encounter, PJ McKinley and Cole Evans are destined to strike a few sparks but not only the romantic kind. They soon learn that they are in competition to be awarded a historic home and both of them are depending on winning because neither can afford to finance ... From Rivals to Love

Pamelamo's Rating:

5 Stars