National Park Ranger Vickie Harris loves her job assignment at the Washington Monument in her nation’s capital. But while life in the District of Columbia is exciting and fun, the shy and withdrawn Vickie has resigned herself to the likelihood of being single forever. When a handsome professor asks the research-loving park ranger for her assistance on a project, Vickie reluctantly agrees. Will she come out of her shell long enough for the professor to get to know her? If she can only break out of her introverted ways, she might be surprised to discover that Love Is Monumental.
Annalisa Daughety returns with another story of a park ranger looking for love, this time set at the Washington Monument. While not a complex love story, I enjoyed the characters of Vicki and Thatcher although both frustrated me at times! Yet therein lies their appeal as they are not the same perfect, pleasing characters that most romances rely on. Thatcher is clueless and occasionally insensitive while Vickie struggles with unrealistic expectations, making them easy to relate to and understand. Strolling around Washington with Thatcher and Vicki is educational, too! Love is Monumental will hit the spot for those who love a sweet, uncomplicated contemporary romance.
With thanks to Barbour for my review copy
Relz Reviewz Extras
Character spotlight on Vicki & Thatcher