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  • Enjoy

    A Nice romantic southern novel about family ties, tespit, trust, chances and love. You will love dare island novels.

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  • Carolina Man

    Luke Fletcher comes home from his deployment overseas. Now fully faced with raising a daughter he hardly knows, Luke is finding it difficult. He reaches out to Kate Dolan, the attorney who first notified Luke about his daughter. As she offers her advice, Luke can’t help but notice the growing attraction he has for the lawyer. Kate is dragging her feet but Luke won’t rest until he has her in his life, permanently. I’m so glad we finally get Luke’s book. We’ve only seen glimpses of him in previous books and it’s so nice to finally get more of his story. Luke doesn’t have a lot to say but when he does speak, it’s with absolute assuredness, unless it’s a conversation with his daughter. Luke didn’t stumble for long though, he received advice and help from Kate and his family. I really didn’t like Kate though. Yes, she did have an abusive childhood and a mother who can’t admit or doesn’t lover her. I really felt bad for her but I felt her character to be too…I think the closest world I can come up with is inflexible. She’s very practical but I felt more emotion out of Luke than I did Kate. There felt like something was missing with her. Maybe it’s just me, but I thought she didn’t translate well. Taylor’s secret fear is finally revealed in this book. I was thinking the worst and so glad it wasn’t as bad as I thought it’d be, but it’s still terrifying. I enjoyed watching Taylor grow through the books and finally figuring things out with her dad. Every time she called him “daddy” my eyes got a little misty. Their relationship was beautifully portrayed. I’m looking forward to more books in the series and watching the growth of all these characters I’ve come to love. If you’re looking for a small town romance series, I highly recommend the Dare Island novels. ***I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of the book in 2014 in exchange for an honest review***

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