Smitten, Vermont is a dying town and four friends are determined to revive it by making it a romantic tourist attraction.
The four stories each focus on one of these women as they go through changes in their careers and their lives—and in finding a romance of their own—even as the town deals with the changes they have to make in order to stay alive.
These novellas subtly touch on the themes of forgiveness, trust and acceptance; they have decent plots, leisurely pace and fun, small-town feel. A couple of the stories feel rushed and awkward due to the short-format of the anthology, but generally they were light-hearted and enjoyable; a nice way to spend a few free hours.
Reviewed by Paula Carle