Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: A Moment For Us, by Corinne Michaels

A Moment For Us by Corinne Michaels is now LIVE! New York Times Bestselling author Corinne Michaels returns to Willow Creek Valley in this stunning surprise baby/unrequited love romance.

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Narrated by Andi Arndt and Connor Crais

Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

A Moment For Us is Book #3 in the Willow Creek series, and this time we get grumpy Joshua and Delia, the best friend of his little brother, Alex. Delia has been in love with Josh for as long as she can remember. And while he has feelings for Delia in return, he never acted on them earlier because of her friendship with Alex — and something happened to him in the years while he was gone from Willow Creek that changed Josh forever.

Despite Josh’s declarations that he can’t do relationships, Delia takes whatever he gives her as a no-strings fling. But when a condom breaks and Delia accidentally gets pregnant, they have to have some serious conversations about their future plans now that they are having a baby together.

Josh has a lot of emotional baggage to unpack due to an event in his past, and I kind of hated how Delia just took whatever scraps from him that she can. She was worth so much more than that, and it took her a really long time to come to that realization and push Josh away. By then, she was already attached to him through the baby. But as she tried to convince him that his traumatic past doesn’t have to impact their future as a family, Josh and Delia are struck by a tragic event — and instead of coming together to get through it, they drift apart.

While I think A Moment For Us should have had a trigger warning, I thought it was well-written as Josh and Delia try to come to terms with their relationship and what they really mean to one another. It’s messy and emotional, but it comes to a beautiful happily ever after.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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