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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir – Review by Jana Teppih

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir is a sweet small town romance with instant love and new beginnings. It is my first encounter with the writer and I know now that when I am looking for something sweet, she is someone to look up. I wonder if there will be more stories from Copper Mills…
Only This Tuesday is filled with quirky characters that you so easily can fall in love with. This story also has a food truck and in my book, any book that has some food related story line in it, it is a hit! Add to the taco mix a hot small-town mayor with a bitchy ex and a past with thieving boyfriend and a bankrupt restaurant and what do you get? A great read!
I loved how the writer included also the very sensitive subject matter of disability and suicide and prejudice, I also admire how she addressed those topics, the care, the kindness, the underlying message of deep respect!

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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir – Review by Tausha Treadway

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir. This makes a few books I’ve read by Melissa Keir and I really like her writing. This is a really good romance. Its about Tuesday Benson who owns a Food Truck called Tuesday’s Tacos and Mayor Blake Rodgers. Cooper Mills is the town they live in and its an up and coming tourist town. Tuesday’s business adventure has some people up in arms and Blake is not sure what to do. As soon as he meets Tuesday he can’t get her out of his mind but throw in a mean reporter who is trying to take Tuesday down for more than one reason and it’s a big fat mess. Is Tuesday worth all the gossip and will him approving her Food Truck cost him the election? This is a small town romance with gossip, rumors and politics. Such a fun read.

Reviewed by @tytanmom19

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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir – Review by Heather Lovelace

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Melissa Keir has done a beautiful job weaving this tale in such a way to engage the reader immediately and leave them wanting more. This novella has a beautiful relationship to follow with Tuesday and Blake. Their romance has plenty of baggage to overcome and the author does a fantastic job developing the characters and plot. I thoroughly enjoyed this quick read and didn’t want it to end. Cannot wait to read more from Keir.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace

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Only This Tuesday (A Copper Mills Novella) By Melissa Keir – Review By Stacey Baxter

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was pulled in right from the very first page it was a fast paced story with enough romance and drama to keep you on your toes and eager to find out what will happen next. I loved Tuesday shes a loving kind women who’s moved to escape her past. I fell inlove with the storyline the author has a way of drawing you in with her beautiful writing. Even though it was a short read it still packed a punch and left me wanting more!

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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir – Review by Debi Kircher

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir

4 Stars

This was my first read by this author and I really enjoyed it. It was quick moving and had just enough of everything to keep me hooked throughout the whole story. I enjoyed the uniqueness of the storyline and the characters were written perfectly. I loved the subject matter and how that was handled. That part felt very real and it made me love Tuesday from the start. I wanted to throw my kindle a couple times and crawl through it and slap some people but again that’s just how it is and you just aren’t going to change people’s minds no matter what you do.

I loved the food truck, that was an awesome addition and the interaction between Tuesday and Blake.

This was an all around great read and I can’t wait to read more about Copper Mills and will be checking out what else this author has available.

Awesome story!

Review by @debikircher

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Only This Tuesday by Melissa Keir – Review by Krystal Gaston

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Only This Tuesday written by Melissa Keir is a Copper Mills Novella. The story was a cute quick read about a small town that has issues with a new woman in town who decides to open a food truck and hire someone the community isn’t sure they’re okay with. As Tuesday tries to grow her business and settle down she meets Blake. Only this Tuesday is an insta attraction mixed with jealous ex’s and close minded people when said jealous ex starts a story about Tuesdays Taco truck.

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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella By Melissa Keir – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Only This Tuesday : A Copper Mills Novella By Melissa Keir is a romance story. I loved the characters of Tuesday and Blake. Tuesday has a food truck in the small town she’s living in. She’s trying to get away from her past. But when she hires a special needs kid she soon finds herself in a unexpected situation. Blake loves his small town and he tries to do every thing to be sure it’s a great place to live.Blake is also the Mayor of Copper Mills .When these two meet there is definitely a instant attraction. He can’t stop thinking about her and she finds herself thinking about him as well.Can these two have a relationship with each other? Wanna find out what happens? Do these two get a HEA? I highly recommend reading this book to find out. I look forward to reading more from this Author.

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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir ~ Review by Liz Vrchota

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holy cow! This was just what the doctor ordered! (Literally I needed a good evening read to get out of my head.) I have only read a small novella in an anthology by Melissa Kier before, which I enjoyed, but I am more and more falling in love with her writing. She really knows how to weave a story with grace and heart in one well written compact package. This novella is under 120 pages, and I felt like I got a 300 page story. I truly enjoyed my time with Tuesday in Copper Mills.

Tuesday has set up her new food truck, Tuesday’s Tacos, and a new life in Copper Mills. She recently lost her mother, her business, and had a brutal breakup. Everything was going so well with business that she needed to hire another set of hands. Little did she know how much crud that was going to cause when she hired the boy she hired… Will it destroy everything she just rebuilt?

Blake Rodgers, the mayor of Copper Mills is another of our MC’s He does all he can for the people of Copper Mills. One trip to the grocery store finds him in the path of Tuesday and in an insta-kinda love. But of course there is always a catch somewhere in the happiness… His crazy ex has other plans in mind, and things start to get really ugly.

I adored this story for so many reasons. I could go on and on, but I feel like I would give too much away. For more you will just have to pick up this gem and read for yourself what happens for these two. I must now go and find some more goodies from Melissa Keir!

Review by @lizaileen
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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir – Review by Michelle Austin

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Only this Tuesday was a great 5 star read.

I was pulled right in from the beginning with the kindness that Tuesday was showing towards Gil, a young man that would visit her food truck daily. I knew I was going to love the rest of the story as well.

Blake is the Mayor of Copper Mills and loves the small town feel and spending time around town. When Blake and Tuesday literally run into each other at the grocery store, she is pulled in by his blue eyes and white teeth. I had a LOL moment during this scene.

I wonder if fate had her crashing into me for my own good. Maybe to tell me I’d been fishing in the wrong lake. – Blake

While out for a walk and some lunch, Blake finds himself at Tuesday’s food truck. He was pleasantly surprised to see her. They start dating and learning more about each other.
When Blake’s ex tries to cause some issues for Tuesday, things start to get very interesting.

Can Blake and Tuesday make things work and have a HEA? Will Blake’s ex get what’s coming to her?

Overall I really enjoyed this read, there are some sad teary eyed moments as you learn more about Tuesday and her family. And the more I learned about Gil’s history the more it tugged at my heart. What this poor boy went through after he was born just broke me, sadly this is a very real problem. Having someone like Tuesday in his life was a blessing, she was so good with him. The secondary characters added a great element to the story, I have to say I very much disliked Blake’s ex fiance Judith. This is my first read from Melissa Keir and I loved it, I look forward to reading more from her.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir – Review by Angela Hayes.

Only This Tuesday: A Copper Mills NovellaOnly This Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Only this Tuesday: A Copper Mills Novella by Melissa Keir is a wonderful small-town romance with an insta-love and new-beginnings aspect to it. There is also some drama, fun, and spice that made this quite an engaging read. From the sexy cover, interesting and quirky characters, and sweet story- this book ticks all the boxes and has everything you would want to have in a great read. Ms. Keir has an easy, inviting and sexy style that pulls you in, and will easily able to hold your attention, the whole way through.
Tuesday Benson moved to Copper Mills hoping for a fresh start after losing her mother, her business, and discovering her boyfriend’s ultimate betrayal. She now runs her own food truck, Tuesday’s Tacos, which is proving to be quite popular with both tourists and locals alike. With business getting busier, she decides to hire a local boy to assist her in the kitchen. Little did she expect that this would bring intense media scrutiny and hateful attention, which will threaten everything she’s worked so hard for.
Blake Rodgers is the charismatic and easy-going Mayor of Copper Mills. He works hard to promote his town and do the best for all the residents. He loves the simple pleasure of life and hasn’t got a pretentious bone in his body. But when a trip to the grocery store throws him in the path of a gorgeous, outgoing woman- he’s charmed and can’t stop thinking about her. And just when things seem to be progressing between them, his self-centred and spiteful ex begins a hateful campaign that has the potential to not only ruin their blossoming romance, but also jeopardises his job. Will they find a way to put a stop to her smear campaign? Will their fledgling romance be strong enough to endure the attacks, or will it become a casualty too? Will the witch get her comeuppance? What will the future hold for these two? All these answers can be found between the cover of this delightful story.
This book contains a sweet romance, great chemistry, and some fun banter. The author also includes some more delicate subject matter, such as people with special needs/disabilities, suicide, and prejudice- but she does so in an honest and caring way. I loved the underlying message that the story contained, and I really wish that everyone had the same respect for people with special needs or disabilities, as Tuesday shows in this story.
I can’t wait to pick up my next read by Ms. Keir- I know I will be in good hands!

Thank you, Ms Keir!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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