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  • Crossing Boundaries

    Kayla is newly divorced, and finally going back to college, part-time at least. Daniel is former military, and a pre-med student. Their first meeting is less than impressive, and leaves him with the wrong impression about her. They meet again when they're taking the same nutrition class, and he realizes just how wrong he was about her. In the same study and project group, they become friends, and then best friends. I've read fro this author before, and jumped at the chance to read this first book in her new series. There are plot twists and turns that I never imagined, some keeping me sitting on the edge of my seat while biting my nails. Kayla is strong, smart, interesting, devoted to her ailing mother. Daniel is my new book boyfriend - his life is so busy between his internship and classes, and he's also involved with a parent who has health problems, yet he finds time to let Kayla into his life, and then his heart. I found myself rooting for these two from the beginning, hoping that they would see in each other what others see, especially her mother. This is an absolute must read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Goos Story

    Daniel and Kayla will have you in their corners. They both have a lot in common and is burdened with family responsibility. When Kayla's now ex husband made excuse after excuse as to why she could not return to school, it played the foundation leading to their divorce among other things. Daniel lost his ex through military deployment. When they connect at a bar, Daniel's first perception of Kayla wasn't correct and now that they have a class together he is getting to see the real Kayla. Is this the beginning of a second chance for the both of them to get a happily ever after? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Read!

    Interesting storyline and good characterisation. Worth reading and enjoying this one.

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  • Engaging, some storyline holes

    Sets up some engaging characters but too many plotline shortcuts for me

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  • Love at first sight

    Loved the characters and can’t stopped without finishing this book. Both Daniel and Kayla loves are so purest, passionate and condense. Like a fairy tale

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