Book Review: Season of Love by Vivi Holt



Book Review: Season of Love by Vivi Holt

Reviewed by Eve Culley

A sweet story about orphans, a school teacher, and a handsome rancher that takes place in Cutter’s Creek in the Montana Territory.

Margaret Hutchins possesses a loving heart and becomes guardian to six orphan children and in the process gives up her hope of love and marriage. She thinks no one would willingly take on her and her new family.


Heath Moore, a single rancher, having lost at love before is hesitant to court again. Meeting the new school teacher, he realizes that she is beautiful, intelligent, and compassionate. However, her new family puts a strain on the relationship he wants to build with her, threatening to drive a wedge between them. The Christmas Season is full of miracles, and maybe there is one for Heath, Margaret, and all the children.

About the Author


Vivi Holt lives in beautiful Brisbane, Australia with her husband and three young children. Growing up on a farm she learned to love the country life and now she writes about it in her books. History has always fascinated her as well, so writing historical romance seemed a natural progression. She loves horse-riding, hiking, and reading.

Her goal is to write touching, emotional and sweet romance stories that captivate the reader and transport them to another place or time.

About the Reviewer


Story-telling is as much a part of me as breathing is to my body. I have found that as I tell stories, putting them on paper, it makes room for the other stories that are building and will need to be told soon. I write for children because with their wonderful imaginations they are the very best at believing that the probable can become possible. Nothing is any better than when the reader climbs into the adventure and joins the journey with you.

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