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  • Another touching story in this wonderful series

    Once again this talented author gives us a story about characters that are not only likable but also complex and imperfect , making them very real. Sarah Lewis , a widow for 5 years and mom to Rory, carries a great deal of guilt . Not only about her deceased husband’s death but also about her relationship with him. Brody Morris, a recent resident in town and owner of the new restaurant, has been taken by Sarah from the moment they met. He’s the girls’ soccer team coach and loved by everyone. But Sarah has created a wall around her heart and fears of getting close to anyone and losing them in the end keeps her from taking a step toward romance and happiness. In this engaging plot , we are reminded that love comes in a variety of ways. That life is full of ups and downs and how we react to them, will either encourage us to embrace life or be fearful of the future. Will Sarah and Brody take a chance on love? Will fears keep Sarah from giving her heart? This is another well written , touching , at times heartbreaking but also heartwarming story in this series. Looking forward to the next book in Ever After. I was entrusted a copy of this book. The opinions expressed are solely my own.

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  • Sarah and Brody

    We return to Glacier Falls for this friends to lovers story centered around Brody and Sarah. Sarah lost her husband, Josh, five years ago and has been raising her daughter, Rory. Brody moves to town and is the owner of the Birchwood restaurant. He becomes the coach of the girl’s soccer team, which Rory plays on. He wants to be more than friends with Sarah, but she still feels guilty about her husband’s death and doesn’t think she’ll ever be ready for more. Besides their story, we also get to meet other residents that are fighting their attraction to each other, so hopefully, we’ll get their stories in the future. No spoilers, so grab your copy and see what happens with Sarah and Brody. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Excellent read.

    Third in this series. Excellent story, I confess, I did get a little frustrated with the main female character. For the most part, this is a good read. There is a good amount of angst, romance, steam with the requisite HEA. A great vacation, beach read. Add to your TBR list.

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  • Loving Brody

    Brody was a character that grabbed me from the beginning. He’s that guy who is ready to go all-in, but doesn’t have the confidence to push his friend Sarah for more. I can only try to imagine how hard it is for Sarah, a widow, to move on with her life. Which is why I am probably giving her more of a break than I would a heroine without that tragedy in her backstory. The back and forth and hurtful words she throws at Brody make me want to be done with her, but that nugget of sympathy for her kept me going. But above it all, they were a great friends to lovers example. As I’ve read the other books in the series and have mentioned when reviewing those, I really enjoy the other couples that the author sprinkles into these stories. Many times, parallel storylines can be a distraction, but not in this case, because they enhance the main couple. I love Amy and Nicole and there’s a line in the book that shows that even in 2020, there’s more work to be done in accepting lifestyles of all people. It was topical and important. But I’m not gonna lie...I’m still all about Logan and Faith and am waiting, not very patiently, for their story! Especially with the interesting tidbit shared about Faith and her disbelief in happily ever after.

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  • Ready for Love

    Wanting Happily Ever After by Elena Aitken, book three in her Ever After series, is an amazing story featuring the widowed single mom Sarah, and newcomer, sexy chef Brody. Sarah has focused on raising her six-year daughter and protecting her heart; she feared getting hurt again by love. Getting his new restaurant off the ground isn’t the only thing keeping Brody occupied; he is interested in a determined, single mom who has become his best friend. Sarah becomes frightened when she recognizes the chemistry and attraction she shares with Brody as she’s been there, done that before. Brody needs to convince her that he is not like her dead husband and that he not just cares about her, but also her daughter. Sarah has to forgive herself for her part in the lost of her husband before she can freely give her heart to Brody. Ms. Aitken wrote a wonderful and amazing story, filled with sizzling chemistry, fun dialogue, and endearing characters that is not to be missed. I totally enjoyed and highly recommend Wanting Happily Ever After to other readers and look forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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