a One Scoop or Two Novella
In the mood for a short, sweet World War Two era romance?
“The story is sweet, clean, and cool, and the strength of this book is found in the architecture of the setting. Details and sensory triggers abound. The parallel story lines about baseball, medical professions, twins, and of course almond fudge ice cream tightly wrap up this novella.“
“This is another incredible story in the One Scoop or Two series. In my view, this one is spot-on perfect. The author has so many obvious gifts that are on display in this writing. She subtly captures the modern-day teen in simple terms. Charlotte O’Shay also is able to switch between two different time periods flawlessly. I was reminded of how the movie The Princess Bride did that. It is in that flowing whimsical fashion that the author carries the story.
The story of the great grandparents’ meeting in the tumultuous days of 1941 is very well written. The author has a gift for romantic storytelling that many attempt, but few successfully create. A fun, charming, romantic tale. One that will appeal to every reader of the One Scoop or Two series. A superb beach read. A great fall read, a wonderful winter read and a fantastic spring read. This book will appeal to anyone who enjoys a good romance. The ending is a slice of heaven, with almond fudge ice cream on the side!”
Disclaimer: I received a copy from the author in the hopes I’d review it.
My Rating: 5+ stars