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    Loved it!

    The magic of Eternity Springs is alive and well, working it's way through the hearts of Lili Howe and Brick Callahan. Lili is having a heck of a year. Facing false allegations and lies back home and feeling like her family is once again judging her she decides to join a group of older ladies on their vacation to Eternity Springs. What she never expected was to stumble across her childhood crush Brick Callahan. Well that wasn't his name then but after reuniting with his biological family that's what they call him. There's a definite attraction between them but Lili knows she needs to return to her real life and Brick doesn't do commitment. So that leaves them a beautiful summer at Stardance Ranch. Sounds simple enough but nothing's ever simple when the heart becomes involved. Another great story in this series and a book I highly recommend to everyone.
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    Wonderful read!

    Heartwarming and fun, this was my first Emily March book and it certainly will not be my last! There was so much to love in this book – a fierce heroine who is determined to find a new path in her life; a hero whose heart has been broken and still carries around some pretty deep scars; the Tornado Alleycats, a female RV group made up of mostly of older women who know how to have fun; the Callahan family, a tight knit, in your face kind of family who makes it their business to be in everyone’s business; and the entire quirky town of Eternity Springs. Lili and Mark, aka Brick, have history, namely the “best friend’s little sister” kind of history that makes Lili off limits for Mark. Of course, their attraction is off the charts so staying away from Lili is not as easy as it should be for Brick. Lili knows that Brick isn’t long term relationship material, and even though she’s been in love with him since she was 9 years old, she knows that a summer fling is all they can have and she’s willing to take that, even if that means a bit of heartache. I just loved Lili. She’s fierce, fun, and willing to put herself out there and try new things and discover what she wants from life. Mark was a bit frustrating at times, he was so intent on protecting his heart that he could be a bit callous in his treatment of Lili, and she definitely deserved much better from him at times. There was some awesome meddling taking place to get these two together, both from Patsy, the Tornados leader and Lili’s landlord, as well as Mark’s family – something I always love in these small town books! There were many moments that had me laughing out loud – there may have been some skinny dipping by the grannies and then the story about Lili and Patsy being arrested – and there were also some heartbreaking and emotional events that took place. And everything was woven together seamlessly to help tell Lili and Mark’s story. Fun and sweet with a bit of whimsy, A Stardance Summer was a wonderful read that had me smiling all the way through. I have fallen in love with Eternity Springs and can’t wait to go back and read all the books in this series – I loved getting to meet some of the other residents in town and know their stories will be just as fun and heartwarming! I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book I received from NetGalley.
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    The Stardance Summer

    I am so glad I found this book from Emily. I have all her previous books in this series. I would recommend this series to everyone! I love her story lines and her people are all spot on. It starts with 9 years old Lili and her crush on the boy next door with her brother. No girls allowed! Jump ahead and Lili is fired from her job for stealing. She has found the problem. Major Spoiler! She doesn't get help from parents so she runs and ends in Eternity Springs. She runs into Brick who is Mark who was her neighbor at home. There are all kinds of twists and turns in this story. First is Patsy, her landlord and her Alley Cat Club. Lili finds an injured dog in a private camp with a crazy Diva. You really should run to read this story! I hope you won't let this book slip through your hands! You won't regret it! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    Great small-town read

    I find it funny that it's a mix with Goodreads reviewers about whether this is their first Eternity Springs book or if they are returning readers ... bet you can guess which I am  :)  Some new readers (like me) got a little lost with all of the returning couples and Brick's history with his dad & the Callahan family.  There's a lot of them and it seems like they have quiet the colorful past - all of which probably have their own book that I should be reading.  While it doesn't impact Brick & Lili's story all that much (outside of how Mark Christopher became Brick Callahan, which is given in pieces), there are times when the other couples would reference their past and I would think that it would probably have more impact if I knew what they were talking about.  So ... as a new reader starting here wasn't perfect but it was still an enjoyable story.  And now I'm ready to read about a dozen other books! Lili has always been the good girl who never quite measured up to her brother.  When there is trouble at work, she takes the opportunity to step away from her life.  While it kinda starts as running away, with time and a lot of caring people she starts to get some much needed clarity.  And an ill-timed romance.  Lili's journey over the summer brings a bit of a woman's fiction vibe to the book and I really enjoyed watching her come into her own.  She's spent too much time falling into line that she needs this chance to discover who she wants to be.   While I don't have ALL of Brick's history, you get enough to know that he had a (bad) woman do him wrong and so he's sworn off commitment.  Typically once bitten twice shy, he isn't looking for anything serious and definitely not with his old friend's little sister.  While it may have been done before, March still makes it enjoyable to watch Brick fall and fall hard and fight it every step of the way :)  With a little (ok, a lot) of help from his family and friends, he finally gets his head on right and it's a great thing to see.  I loved the supporting characters here.  Lili's RV pals, especially Patsy, and local favorite Celeste help provide some much needed direction (or forceful encouragement when its needed) for both Lili and Brick.  Reading the story you know that Celeste is a fixture in the Eternity Springs series and I'm sure she's just as fantastic about giving a good kick when someone deserves it :)   March delivers a fabulous cast of characters who are willing to help a couple address their past so that they don't neglect their future.  With fun, humor, and heart, it's a great addition to anyone's summer tote. *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
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    Contemporary Romance

    A Stardance Summer By Emily March Eterniety Springs #13 Sweet romance set in a small town. Liliana Howe was set up for something that caused her to head off to Colorado for a break. At the resort she sees a man she had a crush on twenty years before. This is a cozy read with a bit of romance, some friendships made, some ups and downs and eventually a HEA ending. A somewhat predictable story but if you have read the other books in the series you will no doubt enjoy this one, too. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – this is my honest review. 3 Stars
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