When You Find Love by Willa Blair

When You Find Love by Willa Blair
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (148 pagaes)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

When Scottish antiques appraiser Caitlin Paterson accepts a commission in the Hamptons, ’tis the season for Christmas miracles. Too bad she doesn’t have one handy.

Successful businessman Holt Ridley resents being forced by his great-aunt’s bequest to winter at the family estate he has hated since childhood. Still, the enticing appraiser he finds there is an unexpected holiday gift—or is she?

Among the furnishings Caitlin is tasked with evaluating, she discovers the key to a centuries-old heartache that plagues Holt’s family. Caitlin longs to help Holt find the happiness that eluded him his entire life—but this secret could destroy everything.

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This is not my first Willa Blair book but it is my favorite one she’s written so far. When You Find Love hit me in all the feel good spots. It was entertaining, heart warming, humorous and intellectually engaging.

The heroine, Caitlin, was responsible for all the reasons I fell in love with this book. She brought out the good in other people. Her job as an antique appraiser was fascinating. I was intrigued with her knowledge and skill in appraising.

The hero, Holt, was easy to feel compassion and sympathy for. It was a pleasure to read how Caitlin was able to break down his walls of defense. They made for a sweet romance. I have to share something funny. Often as I was reading I’d read Holt’s name as “hot” and it would make me stumble in my reading which made me laugh at myself because well, he was hot to look at too.

The synopsis piqued my interest in finding out what Caitlin discovers and how the secret could destroy everything. Without giving any spoilers this was my favorite plot in the book. It was riveting and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. I only wonder what could possibly be stored in my parent’s attic.

The cast of characters were well developed and easily relatable which made the book more meaningful. I could feel the romance in the air.

I definitely recommend reading this book with a nice cup of hot cocoa sitting by a Christmas tree. It’s better than a movie on the Hallmark channel.


  1. Great review! I just added this to my TBR! You hooked me with better than a Hallmark movie.


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