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    Entertaining

    4 star reviews Love In A Small Town (Pine Harbor #1) by Zoe York Book one in the Pine Harbor series. This is Rafe and Olivia Minelli’s story and was entertaining an second chance at love story. It was well written and I found myself invested in the story that Zoe York wove. These two have been married and divorced and yet neither has really gotten over the other despite parting ways. Now Olivia is at a crossroads, she needs to decide if she is going to stay in Pine Harbor or finally cut ties and leave for good. Despite divorcing and moving on, well trying to move on, both Rafe and Olivia still have feelings for one another. Having been badly hurt, Olivia is afraid to open her heart back up to Rafe and who can name her. However, Rafe wants another chance and is determined to show her that he has changed and is the man for her. Can Rafe convince Olivia to take one more chance? Will Olivia take a leap of faith and in doing so finally have the happily ever after she wanted with the love of her life Rafe?
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    When love isn't always enough

    Rafe and Olivia moved fast, quick to be together, quick to be married, quick to be divorced. Rafe and Olivia also have a failure to communicate, with each other, and within themselves. What Rafe and Olivia do not have a problem with is the love and affection they have for each other. They have trouble expressing it in the way they mean, but they are passionate people, so it is to be expected. Time, space, and reflection, along with a lot of deep soul searching, have them taking the steps to fulfill what is in their hearts. They get their HEA, not on the first try, but the second, and one they won’t take for granted, because they worked for it p.s. Rafe and Olivia have a thing where they share a drink by handing it back and forth between them, and I think that is the sweetest thing ever!
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    Better than ever!

    So, here we are, 6 years later, and Love in a Small Town has been given a bit of a makeover. It’s been expanded by a few scenes and edited a little, but nothing has changed the magic of the book. I read it again with fresh eyes, as it’s been a few years since I last enjoyed it. The first scene gutted me...again! But I was immersed in Rafe and Olivia’s struggle to deal with the love they still have for each other, even two years after being divorced. Rafe certainly isn’t perfect, but he’s willing to try to be a better man and listen to Liv’s needs more and put her first. Liv gains more confidence as she takes on new and exciting responsibilities, which help her be more sympathetic to Rafe’s struggles to balance job and family. It’s that willingness to grow that makes them a couple to root for, plus not shying away from their mistakes or taking the blame when it’s warranted. Rafe and Liv were always my favorite couple of the Pine Harbour world, but this updated version and the chance to re-read their love story just reinforces that for me. Kudos to Zoe York for breathing new life into this old favorite! (less)
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    Great second chance romance

    Zoe York is a fairly new author to me bit I love small town romance so Love in a Small Town was always going to be in my radar. Book one in the Pine Harbour Series and this is Rafe and Olivia Minelli’s story and it’s a wonderful second chance romance. Rafe and Olivia got married 6 years ago, they moved to the small town Rafe grew up in but it’s wasn’t long before they went their seperate ways but truth be told this couple never got over each other and now it’s make or break time as Olivia decides wether she stays or leaves Pine Harbour and the love of her life. Rafe decides now is the time to prove he wants a second chance with the woman he has always loved, they may be divorced but that doesn’t mean he can’t prove he is a changed man..... Will Olivia give him one more chance or will she walk away for good.... This story captivated me from the first page, I loved the characters and I loved the small town of Pine Harbour. Love in a Snall Town was well written and has left me excited for more in the series.
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    This is a perfect second-chance romance!

    Rafe and Olivia were just too young and idealistic when they rushed to the altar, causing their passion-fueled marriage to crumble under the weight of daily responsibilities. Two years after the divorce that nobody wanted, neither has been able to move on. One of the things I love most about this story is that neither one even tried to move on during their estrangement. Yes, there's a bit of OW drama in the beginning, but it's so minor that it hardly bears mentioning and proves only how hard it was for Rafe to even consider dating anyone else. This book's brilliant writing style immediately establishes the setting and characters. Even though I knew they'd get their HEA by the end, I was still fighting my own tears in the early chapter where they each tried to get the other to stop crying over their seemingly unsalvageable relationship. Between her new job and his criminal cases, this has a complex and sometimes tragic plot that goes deep into the community, well beyond just the two MCs. We get a thorough introduction to the Pine Harbour community and we can completely understand how his jobs make it difficult for him to prioritize his personal life. But even though he knows he mostly to blame for their separation, he never once thinks of her as his "ex-" wife. In his heart, she's still his and always will be. Such deep romanticism makes it very easy to root for him and the personal growth he needs to become the husband he wants to be. This was such a wonderful book, and and I'm now hooked on the entire series. I hadn't read the original version of this book before reading the revised version as an ARC so I can't speak to the updates and changes between the two, but I can say that this 2020 version is absolutely perfect.
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