Title: Paper Hearts
Author: Courtney Walsh
About the Book: “Abigail Pressman would never have guessed that love notes penned on paper hearts by an anonymous couple could restore her belief in love. As a business owner in a quaint town at the base of the Rockies, she’s poured everything into dreams of expansion . . . and resisting the matchmaking efforts of the Valentine Volunteers, who gather in her store to continue Loves Park’s tradition of stamping mail with the city’s romantic postmark. When Abigail is unwillingly drafted into the Volunteers, she encounters the paper hearts, a distraction that couldn’t come at a worse time. A hard-to-read doctor has become Abigail’s new landlord, and he’s threatening to end her lease to expand his practice. As she fights a growing attraction to this handsome man crushing her dreams, Abigail is inspired to string the hearts in her store, sparking a citywide infatuation with the artsy trend. But when a new batch of hearts reaches the Volunteers, it appears something tragic has happened to the couple. Will uncovering their story confirm Abigail’s doubts about love, or could it rescue her dreams . . . and her heart?”
Phone Tree Review: Hilariously funny, enchantingly sweet, and beautifully moving, Paper Hearts is a colorful story about life, love, family and friends.
With a voice all her own, Courtney Walsh presents a tale that could easily be any one of ours. Life challenges, personal choices and struggle, love letters, faith and growth – every one of these is weaved into the pages of this book. I genuinely loved how Walsh painted the different character textures and penned the unique reflective sentiments sent to Cupid.
While reading this book, you are guaranteed to laugh, smile, tear up, reflect, cheer, and be touched so deeply that you will want to pray, as well as write your very own message from the heart.
Status: Inspirational, Christian Romance, Contemporary
Messages for the Heart: Yes
A complimentary copy of this title was provided by Tyndale Publishers via the Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for an honest review. The words I have expressed are my own. I was not expected to write a positive review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”