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    A Family for Jason

    I loved Virginia McCullough’s newest release, A Family for Jason. It begins the series Back to Bluestone River. I enjoyed this story of learning to forgive, moving on and having second chances. Mike Abbot and Ruby Driscoll find themselves back in Bluestone River, where they ended their prior relationship twenty years earlier. Unresolved feelings and trauma force them to bond once again. Only, Ruby does not plan to stay and Mike wishes she would. I give A Family for Jason four stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy to read clean romance and heartwarming stories. Some readers may want to grab some tissues for this one. It is somewhat predictable but definitely worth a read. It is one that should not be missed. I look forward to the next installment from the Back to Bluestone River series. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
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    I fell in love with Jason

    4.5 stars Sigh. Virginia McCullough knocks it out of the park again with this clean romance that is the first in her new series. Ruby and Mike had been high school sweethearts, until horrific tragedies separated them from each other and from the small town they had so dearly loved while growing up. Modern day difficult times, about 20 years later, have brought them both back home, neither one realizing that the other is there. It's a great foundation for a second chance romance. The pain that the two of them experienced 20 years ago is still so raw and fresh that even I was feeling it. When it is fully revealed, it is totally understandable that neither one of them has ever been able to truly wrap their head around it. I don't know how you would. Ruby is back to help her best friend Emma, who is undergoing back surgery after a horrible fall. Mike has just moved back with his son, who lost his mother in a tragic fire and also suffered some injuries. Jason is also selectively mute, meaning he is capable of talking, but is so traumatized at the moment that he chooses not to. That part of the story really captured my attention and my heart. I have worked with children who are selectively mute. I have a friend who son is selectively mute. It can be tricky to deal with. My heart would burst every time Jason would make the smallest step in the right direction and it made me miss my teaching days. I completely fell in love with him and wanted to join the story so that I could try to bond with him and help him as well. I loved getting to know Ruby and Mike. The whole time, I was rooting for them to get back together, to make it work, because it is so clear that they have a lot to hash out, but also belong together. As the title suggests, together they would make the perfect family for Jason, who really needs that extra love and stability in his life. The people in the town apparently still hold grudges and don't like drama. The town has been suffering for 20 years. And yet people seem to want to make it thrive again. I have a feeling that foundations laid in this book will provide an upswing there in future installments. I am looking forward to seeing how this town continues to grow and all of the new people and stories yet to come. The only issue I had with this story was at the very end, everything seemed to abruptly fall into place a little faster than I had anticipated it would. Some people may not see it that way. I just felt like I was expecting a few more chapters before the ending. Regardless, I truly greatly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it for those who are looking for a real heartwarming clean romance. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to give a positive review. All opinions are my own.
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