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    Learning to love again

    Set in a small town where everyone knows everybody and their business, Logan Ward is a grieving father, doing his best to blot out memories of Christmases past. Beth and her son, on the other hand, love Christmas and want Logan to join in the spirit of the season together with the stray dog that has attached herself to Logan. Beth is dealing with her own grief and attacks it in a way that is completely opposite to Logan's, but both of them have to reach a point of being able to let go and move on. There is a thread of humour running through the story, but the grief being experienced by the adults is almost tangible. It is only when a tragedy strikes that Logan realises that he cannot bear to lose anything more in his life. The story is well written, bringing out the different ways in which people handle loss. The story is also clean without sacrificing the romance brewing and then engulfing Logan and Beth. Central to the story are Beth's son and Logan's shadow Max, both of them drawing the adults together. Locked in his guilt and self-recrimination, Logan seems like an unlikely hero, but he is exactly what Beth needs when she reaches her breaking point. Although I purchased this book some time back, I also received this book from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
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    Beautiful story

    A beautifully woven story about dealing with loss - finding your path through the pain. Highly recommend. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
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    An emotional holiday love story

    This was an emotional love story about two characters trying to live with traumatic memories. Logan is a struggling ex-cop, trying to deal with a painful holiday season and Beth is a small-town girl, trying to make everything special for her son. I have to say, Beth was a lot more patient than I would have been. But then, I think I would have put myself more in Logan's shoes, than in Beth's and she would have driven me out of town with her persistence. I'm glad the two characters managed to work things out happily though. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
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