31 Days to Love is a thoughtful, intriguing, riveting romance that explores what "romance" really is. Roger and Susan put their engagement on pause for 31 days to find out if what they feel is romance or love or something else. They experience other viewpoints, meet other people, and reach personal conclusions that lead to a bright future. Readers characterize this novel as hard to put down, beach reading, a summer novel, gripping, and delightful. A rare novel that can be read and re-read with equal or greater pleasure each time.
Life is a puzzle, but not an unsolvable puzzle. This book is about understanding. Few human activities are more rewarding than understanding. That lightbulb turning on is one of the best feelings a person can have. This book has a lot of lightbulbs.
“…VERY enjoyable characters that you really get to know well…”
“And the characters were very real and I could totally relate to them…”
“…all the characters were so very likeable.”
What makes 31 Days to Love different from “standard” romance novels? From the first page, you are deeply into the minds of the characters, feeling their confusions, sorting out the truths of life and love right along with them. Also enjoying their happinesses, and fretting over their worries.