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    Very enjoyable

    A truly enjoyable story of two very different people finding their way in life and learning to love. Painfully shy Iris will make you smile and break your heart. The one place she feels comfortable in the world is her little bookshop on Destiny Island. She also believes in love. Deep down, soul touching love and she feels that one day she will meet the man that can love her just that way. Never did she expect that love to come from a bad boy celebrity musician who has secrets. Secrets he's ready to expose to the world. Will she stand by Julian's side or will she hide away in her shop leaving him to face things alone? This is a well done book and a fantastic addition to the Blue Moon Harbor series. Each of these books can be read standalone so don't worry if you haven't read the previous books. Be warned though once you experience this one you will want to go back and read the others. I highly recommend all of them.
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    Emotional Read

    Fox's latest Blue Moon Harbor book definitely deals with a difficult topic.  A good portion of it addresses what happened to Julian, how it affected him (then & now), and how it has caused problems for him in his relationships throughout his life.  It's ugly and painful but I felt like Fox handles it very well.  Julian needs to come to terms with it in order to have a healthy future and it's an emotional journey for him & those who love him. Even though I'm not the most outgoing person, as introverted as I can be I still had a little trouble connecting to Iris.  I know that the Japanese have certain characteristics that most (and definitely the typically brash Americans) can't understand or really grasp.  I think that Fox does her best explaining Iris and her outlook - and I really love how she describers their history in the area and its impact, even today - but I think that someone that shy/reserved can be hard to understand.  She is a great complement to Julian, but it isn't easy making her a relatable character. Full of traumatic issues and a wide range of emotions, Sail Away with Me isn't the most peaceful read but it is definitely one worth doing.  The end makes up for any pain that the journey causes. **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**

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