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  • The ideal B&B

    All the books in rhis series have been special but this one tops them all. The reticent man reminded me just a little of the reclusive neighbour in To Kill a Mockingbird who left little things in the knothole of a tree. The two main characters carry very different scars - hers psychological while his are also physical - and being damaged in these ways makes their developing feelings all the more powerful. Even better, the B&B has a healing quality that has been present in each book but has never been as powerful as it has in this book. As for the title, I really like that you can take it literally or metaphorically and it makes sense either way. Please, more books in this series. I really want to revisit Jo and Callum, Sam and Charlie and Aisha and Mo.

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  • Brilliantly written and meticulously crafted!

    This series just keeps getting better! Reeling is heart-wrenching story that is brilliantly written and meticulously crafted, with a plot far deeper than a commonplace romance. Mia and Gray are fabulously deep, intricate characters who have barely survived the tragedies life has hurled at them. While attempting to escape into the wilderness isolation of Northern British Columbia, circumstances throw them together. They finally figure out that the jagged edges of their broken lives complement each other perfectly.

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  • Another wonderful River's Sigh story!

    Reeling is the sixth book in the River's Sigh B & B series but it also stands alone just fine. The whole series is full of wonderful stories, however, and I highly recommend all of them. The blurb does an excellent job of describing what the book is all about so I'm going to describe how it made me feel while reading it. Mia and Gray have horrible things in their past and reading about them made me cry for what they'd been through. These things greatly impacted how they interacted with each other and also led to the main conflict that they had to overcome. Mia was the first to come around and I wanted to shake Gray and tell him to wake up and live instead of hiding away. He had to figure things out on his own though and once he did I cried big fat happy tears for them. Ev Bishop's writing brings River's Sigh to life; it feels like a real place to me, one that I'd love to visit and meet all of the wonderful characters from her stories. For me, Reeling is the best kind of book – one that makes me feel things deeply, cry sad and happy tears, and also laugh a bit – I love Gray's dog, Wolf! I hope Ev Bishop continues to write stories in this beautiful world she's created. One character in particular still needs a book. 😊 ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

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  • Beautiful

    I totally loved the River's Sigh B&B series. A real story to get teeth into. A great read. Many thanks

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  • An amazing story!

    Ev Bishop's Reeling blew me away. She depicts such broken characters in a way that makes me not able to lay the book down until I have finished it. The story is not depressing because the characters are always growing, learning to deal with their lives, and growing into love. I really want to book a vacation at River's Sigh B & B. This amazing place is an important part of the plot. I highly recommend this book - but do not start to read it late unless you do not plan to sleep! Wonderful story, great characters.

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