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    Fantastic second chance read

    When I found out Victoria James was taking us back to Red River with a new book I wanted to do cartwheels (that would not have been pretty) and I am happy to say she delivered a great story for the return! This is a fantastic second chance story. Aiden McCann left Red River ten years ago angry, resentful, and disillusioned. He's carried the guilt of leaving Natalie all these years and knows it won't be easy to make it up to her now that he has returned. Not only does he need to set things right with Natalie, but he needs to try and mend his always strained relationship with his ailing father. Natalie has spent her entire life dealing with her very loving but incredibly overbearing large Italian family. The one time she ventured to do what she really wanted she fell in love with Aiden McCann and was hurt terribly. Now she plays it safe and goes with the flow. Until Aiden returns turning her life upside down. Again! Put this one on the must read list! I highly recommend it.
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    hooked and anxious to have them figure things out

    This is the first in this series for me but luckily it seems that this is easily a stand alone. There are some hints at the next story (which looks really ah-sum), but Nat & Aiden's story seems to be easily enjoyed regardless of whether this is your first or your fourth in this series. Overall I really, really liked this book. The second chance romance aspect of it is well done and I felt like James handled the conflict there fantastically. We feel Nat's confusion on having Aiden back, how she's struggling with her old feelings (& reignited attraction) with the heartache that his leaving caused. She never got over him or his betrayal and we hurt with her over it. James also does a great job with Aiden's hardship at being back. How he's torn over his feelings for Nat and his need to leave a town that reminds him of his difficult childhood. Of spending time with his sick dad, a weak man who neglected his sons and retreated into himself after the death of his wife, leaving them to fend for themselves. Your heart goes out to the hurt little boy inside the man. The only thing I had trouble understanding is why Aiden took almost the entire book to come clean on exactly what happened when he broke up with Nat all those years ago. He can see how much it hurt her and how it is still influencing her life. He knows that she needs to hear the truth but he dances around it when he should just tell her as soon as it becomes obvious that he needs to. I can see where James tries to have him rationalize it to himself but it just didn't work for me. Sure, it would have led to a much shorter book :) but it just didn't sit right. But, while I would shake my head at him, I was hooked and anxious to have them figure things out. I'll definitely be checking out what James has in store next ... and checking out her back list as well! (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    ..a story of maturity and hard faced lessons.

    How do you move forward when the past grabs hold of your present? The Rebel's Return puts it all out there. Love, lust, loss and regret are major stepping stones on Aiden and Natalia's path to forgiveness. Both are rebels with something to prove. Nat wants her family's approval and respect on her own terms. Aiden longs for respect and wants to move on from his reckless youth. The way people see us is how we perceive ourselves to be. The key is to not let negativity shape who we are. With The Rebel's Return, Ms. James crafted a story of maturity and hard faced lessons that are contemplative and motivating.

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