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  • My favourite author

    Seems I waited forever for this book but then I read it in 36 hours it was so good and Phillips at her best, be prepared to fall in love with the characters, laugh out loud and cry when reading. I love the humour in the relationship that is present in all her books. I just wish I hadn’t read and reread all her books already so I didn’t have to wait for her next one to come out. My favourite author ❤️

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  • Two lost souls find love

    Tess Hartsong is a thirty-five year old widow. It's been almost two years since she lost her husband, Travis but she still can't seem to get on with her life. Tess decides to move to Tempest, Tennessee on Runaway Mountain to get away from everything and try to heal. Living in a run down cabin on the mountain in the middle of no where, Tess is trying. While dancing outside in the cold in her pjs in the middle of the night, she is interrupted by a big, burly, mountain of a man. Turns out he is Ian Hamilton North IV, the renowned artist. Ian's "wife" quickly shows up too. Turns out she is Bianca Jensen, a former model and she is about eight months pregnant. Bianca quickly attaches herself to Tess. When Bianca goes into premature labor, they summon Tess, who is an experienced midwife. When things don't exactly as planned, Tess finds herself with a new job, taking care of newborn baby girl, Wren. As Tess and Ian spend more time together, she starts to realize that he is not the monster that she first thought him to be and she realizes that he has many demons from his past. Can these two emotionally broken individuals find a common ground because of a baby? Just when it looks like Ian and Tess may have found a new happiness, their worlds come crashing down around them. It will take a lot of soul searching on both of their parts to get past their internal demons so they can find their happy ever after, but they both eventually do it. I really enjoyed this story. The beginning was a little confusing, but once I got into the story I couldn't put it down. I really loved Tess. She was stuck in her life because the loss of her husband, but she did really try. I also really loved how Tess and Ian both just got each other. It was fun watching them go from acquaintances to something more. Overall, another great story from Susan Elizabeth Phillips.

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  • Another fabulous story

    Enjoyed immensely, great new characters and a wonderful and touching storyline. A few tears, many laughs and a satisfying ending!

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  • A really lovely read. I hated to see it end.

    I loved this book. I would recommend it for anyone who loves a good read. The characters are wonderful and I am hoping there will be another book with one of the main characters as the subject.

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  • Dancing in the Rain

    Susan Elizabeth Phillips once again wrote an amazing, intriguing, and emotional journey in First Star I See Tonight. Ms. Phillips has us grieving with her characters, running away to start a new life, and dealing with fear, avoidance, and love. Her characters, Tess and Ian, have their own troubles, secrets, and battles to fight but come together to raise a helpless infant left in their care, answer the questions asked by curious teens, and turn around a town suspicious of outsiders. In the area surrounding the small town high in the Tennessee mountains not only live survivalists and off-the-grid types, but a nature at its best, offering solace, peace, and healing to Tess and Ian; offering a solution for their future. This amazing, emotional, and entertaining story with interesting characters that you want to know and hang out with draws you in and does not let go until you turn the last page. Susan Elizabeth Phillips displayed what she does best, writing a story that enfolds the reader with humor and a wonderful story line while taking the reader on a journey, or maybe an escape. I genuinely enjoyed reading this book and highly recommend this book to other readers.

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