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    Come in, put up your feet and stay a while

    This was not the first book by Elena Aitken that I have read, but it is the first I have chosen to review. Falling into Forever is the 2nd book in The Springs series. The story stands alone and concludes in this single volume, but the reader's experience with Falling into Forever if they read Summer of Change first - it provides background and setting on the town of Cedar Springs. As I began reading Falling into Forever, I was quickly able to relate to and love Rhys character. In the first chapter, he's waving hello to his Aunt across the street as he helps a damsel in distress. Who doesn't love a man who loves his family. The author did a great job creating Rhys as a character who tries to balance his fear of mishandling another relationship with his instinct that tells him SOMETHING is going on with Kari. I felt the struggles with Rhys as he continued to fight his feelings for Kari and balance those fights with the need to know what was going on with Kari, and his ongoing friendship with former love, Beth. The author created a tenuous situation that we knew had to break at some point - and that break point was key to the climax of the story. Kari's struggles with her past and her need for anonymity are difficult in the small town of Cedar Springs. They protect their own but at the same time, no business is your own in a small town. Kari is immediately embraced by the town and I loved how they gave her a sense of comfort and safety that she hadn't felt at home, or with her mother. By the way, I HATED her mother (which I'm sure was the author's point, and she did it well). All in all, what that means is the author has created a wonderful cast of characters who endear themselves to the reader quickly and invite you into their hometown to sit down on the back deck, put your feet up, and stay a while. They embraced Kari in that way and make the reader feel that you are right there with them!

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