This is a sweet tale of two lovers separated by foolishness and youth. Charlotte and Rupert are lucky enough to get a second chance at love when they are reunited in an idyllic English village, and they make the most of it. Changing Seasons is a delightful story of a village whose inhabitants, when they aren't digging in their gardens, seem to be getting married. Jessie Watson gets it just right. Her Regency slang and mannerisms ring true, her characters are charming--the hero and heroine are well-supported, especially by the vicar and his dog, Fortune--and she sure seems to know her gardens.