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    4 stars

    Troy works in the grain windmill that belongs to his uncle and at the same time he is also a volunteer firefighter. Penny works as a journalist for the local newspaper. All she wants is to get away from Franklin but because of her mother’s illness, she can’t. There are a lot of things going on in Troy’s mind. He is a quiet person, what makes him a good listener. The book is well-written and the characters are well-developed. The scene during the rescue from the fire is fantastic and very emotional. You can feel the hot air and the flames kissing you. You can feel the anguish and the pain of the characters. I would say a lot more things, but that would reveal too much information and it is better you find that for yourself. An author who grows with every new book and I recommend reading. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and I am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A great read

    I must say that this story is quite good and flows really well which makes it a most enjoyable read. What i like most about the book is the hero. There is so much to troy then the quick glimpses you get of him in the other books in the series. This book makes you fall in love with him for all they right reasons and not just the typical romance novel reasons. The heroine is sassy and quick but a little self-centered. Happily she is also very likeable and you come to realize more misguided than self-centered. My only issue with this book is the timing or placement of the book in the series as this storyline is concurrent with a few other books and as i have read them all for me her references to other story lines were a bit confusing. I also found the references to other characters in the series were often more detailed than necessary and really didn't fit in with troy and penny's story. All in all this book is very good and shouldn't be missed!
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    Will Troy take a chance on love...

    I love Erin's storytelling, she brings these characters and this small community to technicolor life. I like the way all of the interconnected personalities show up in each other's books. Troy and Penny compliment each other so well, but baggage, communication angst, and future plans work to keep them apart. And I felt their conflict, their struggle, their fun, their passion. This small town is well worth the visit.
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    An unlikely match

    This is a story to tug at one’s heart, one that makes you realise that there are people in this world who hide in the shadows, that are indeed wonderful human beings. Troy is one of those people, despite his insecurities. His family knows why he doesn’t have much to say and his friends accept him as he is without question, but Penny is too inquisitive to keep her curiosity to herself. The bubbly newspaper reporter and the taciturn fire fighter make an unlikely pair, and yet they are perfect for each other. Troy’s gentle humour and considerate nature draw one to him, and despite Penny’s ambition, one cannot help but love her. The story is well written, making one stop and think about people with disabilities. I loved Troy’s intelligence even though he didn’t speak much. He’s a wonderful hero and Penny was the person to turn him around, despite her own questions about her future. I received a copy of this book through Booksprout and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    4.5 Stars

    I was looking forward to this story as Troy has fascinated me. He was so quiet and I was looking forward to learning more about him and he did not disappoint. Penny is a really good match for him as they weed their way through their issues.
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