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  • Loved it!!! Highly Recommend.

    A wonderful read! Julie Evelyn Joyces’ “Learning to Love” is the second in her, “Make Me A Match,” series. Although you won’t want to miss the first book, “Steeped in Love,” both are wonderful stand alone reads as well, bringing to life the small town of Kendal and the delightful, yet complex, people who live there. In “Learning to Love,” Joyce weaves an impassioned love story and brings the joys and challenges of teaching at-risk youth to light. She deftly explores sensitive topics with her characters while enveloping them in the beauty of passion, risk, humour, learning, and love. Joyce’s quick wit and wordplay are a delight; her characters, my new neighbors and beloved friends. Can’t wait to read the next one! Highly recommend!

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  • Amazing storyline

    👉Hi guy's,Learning to Love is a charming love story about a high school teacher with a deeper message about the importance of never stopping learning in both life and love.The atmosphere throughout the book is so loving and full of fun.The story is quite unique which really hooked me to know what's going to happen next and  this story is a perfect example that love can happen to anyone, anywhere, and you'll always have a smile on your face.So,let's talk about the story. 👉Rebecca Ledgerwood is a Kendal high school physical education teacher.She is really supportive to her students.Rebecca is a high priority for kendal when it comes to staff meetings, volunteering, fundraising, and a variety of other events.Will Whitney is a Columbia graduate who worked for a large advertising agency and hails from a good family.His sister died because of some eating disorder when she was seventeen and somewhere William considers himself responsible for this because food corporations are the biggest clients for the agencys but now he made a decisions to quite his job because he despised who he’d become, and he couldn’t waste another day not being able to answer why he kept showing up for a job that was nothing short of soul-crushing.So, he decided to start his carrier as a teacher in Kendal high school to make changes in his life.Now Rebecca meets Will and he start healing from the guilt of his sister death after spending a good time with Rebecca but main question is that will William stay in kendal or back to his past life or his relationship with Rebecca will make him to stay?Read to know. 👉The slow burn between Rebecca and William is incredibly enjoyable to read, and the author packed this story with a lot of emotions.From defining characters to engaging readers, the author did an excellent job.Although Rebecca and William come from diverse backgrounds, their chemistry proves that love has no bounds.Reading this sweet love story was definitely well worth of my time and it's highly recommended for love story readers.Thanks for your precious time.

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