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    Coming home

    Enjoyed the read but felt everytbing happened at warp speed and not enough detail given about what happened to Teagan's ex-husband and his fellow villains. Quite a predictable story which didn't take any time at all to work out - but a pleasant read just the same.
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    5 Star Review of Noah (7 Brides For 7 Soldiers #6) by Cristin Harber This book packs an emotional punch from the first page. Once a Seal always a Seal, or so Noah Coleman has always believed; that is until tragedy and an unexpected twist changes the course of his life forever. When Noah’s cousin Lainey is diagnosed with terminal cancer, he finds out that she wants him to raise her daughter Bella, who will be an orphan once her mother dies. Elementary school guidance councillor Teagan Shaw was not only a friend of Lainey’s but is the mother of Bella’s best friend Will. She loves Bella as if she were her own and has been helping look after her since Lainey died whilst Noah was on deployment. Still reeling from Lainey’s death, Noah has returned to raise Bella and this is where the fun begins. When he meets Teagan and Will, he sees in them the love and friendship that they both have for Bella and when Teagan comes to his rescue with dinner on night one, he realises just how out of his depth and for a Navy Seal that is not acceptable. He has no idea how to raise a 5 year old, let alone one who is so gifted. Even though he has researched parenting blogs, reality still crashes in and he wonders if he can do this. Teagan is wary of Noah’s abilities to care for Bella so their initial meeting is stilted. Despite themselves Noah and Teagan are attracted to each other. Will they act on the mutual chemistry which seems to sizzle when they are together, or will they deny the obvious? The interaction between Noah and Bella touched my heart as well as the beautiful friendship that Bella has with Will which was absolutely heart warming. This was an emotional read, bringing me to tears on occasion. The pain at coming to terms with both his and Bella’s loss of Lainey was palpable. Well written, this is a story that will draw you in and keep you glued until the end.

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