Wish I Might by Kait Nolan




Wish I Might by Kait Nolan, Cover
Wish I Might, Cover



Welcome back to Wishful, Mississippi in Kait Nolan’s romance novel, Wish I Might.  Wishful, where everyone knows all the latest gossip and everything about the residents.  Wishful, where everyone’s considered family or friend;  typical small town USA.

Cecily Dixon, graphic designer extraordinaire, followed her boss, Norah to Wishful.  Cecily loves Wishful and the small town atmosphere of gossip, warmth and caring.  A day at the diner can be better than an episode of Days of Our Lives.  However, Cecily is keeping a secrets.  Secrets which impacts every area of her life.

Reed Campbell, owner of the local bookstore, had one chance with Cecily last summer.  A chance he bungled. What did he do wrong?   Reed hands are full fending off his latest employee and keeping the bookstore from stagnating.  His vision for the bookstore as a community hub has not materialized.  However, Reed has a plan to bring Cecily back into his sphere, solve his cougar problem, and revitalize his bookstore.  Now he just has to get Cecily on board.

Come along with Cecily, Reed and the community of Wishful.  Grab a beverage and a comfortable seat, sit back, relax, and enjoy a return trip to Wishful.  My romance novel review of Wish I Might follows.



First off, I must say how much I love the town of Wishful;  quaint, friendly and caring, where everyone knows their neighbor.  Author Kait Nolan portrayal of small town life was spot on.  I particularly like seeing characters from previous book appear again, as this gives the reader a feeling of continuity.

I found the struggle Reed and Cecily have with past issues presented in a believable manner and resolved skillfully.  Each of the Ms. Nolan’s characters are believable and feel real to the reader.

The pace and plotting of the story was smooth and seamless.  In addition, Ms. Nolan wove all the threads together to create a wonderful romance story.  Without a doubt, every good story needs a villain or two; the reader will find Cecily’s character strengths are up to the challenge.  Although, filled with misunderstandings, misconstrued motives, and humor, Ms. Nolan transports the reader from everyday life to Wishful, Mississippi; where anything is possible if you wish hard enough.

In concluding my romance novel review of Wish I Might, I found the writing style clear, clean, concise, and refreshing.  Additionally, Ms. Nolan created believable well-developed characters and an intriguing story-line.  Although part of a series, this is a standalone. I suggest reading the entire series for clarity of secondary characters.



I would hesitate to buy this book for myself or a friend.  Although Wish I Might does include one tastefully crafted love scene, I did not find it graphic or offensive.   Therefore, I recommend Wish I Might for young adults and adults.

Finally Please Note:

I voluntarily read an Advance Reader Copy of this book/novel.  However, I voluntarily chose to review this romance novel with an honest romance novel review.  In addition, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion.  Consequently, all book reviews on-line under my name, are my opinion.
























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