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    Loved, Loved, Loved Jane and Griffin’s story!

    This book covered the gamut of emotions – funny, touching, sad and happy. It was sad and touching to watch Griffin try to avoid thinking about his time in Afghanistan as a reporter and the horrors that give him nightmares. It was funny watch ‘Plain Jane’ try to nudge Griffin into writing the book she was hired to help get finished – some of her tactics were hilarious! And of course, it was a happy ending which Christie always delivers. I also loved the side story of Griffin’s sister Tess, mother of 4 and married for 14 years to a man who has suddenly withdrawn from the family. As always, Christie delivers!
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    A Wonderful Story

    I really enjoyed reading Almost Always by Christie Ridgway, the second book in her Almost series. This story is a re-issue from her Beach House series with updates. Jane Pearson is excited to be working with war reporter Griffin Lowell on his memoir but Griffin would rather hold frat house style beach parties than deal with the PTSD he is suffering from the time he spent in the Middle East. Prim and proper Jane might just be the distraction Griffin needs. As Jane works her wiles on Griffin, he is soon sharing his secrets as they trade kisses and spend time helping each other heal as they complete Griffin’s memoir. A second story within this one follows the troubles of Griffin’s sister and her children, who are staying next door to him. Ms. Ridgway is a wonderful story teller, making me feel as if I was right there and making me want to spend time in Crescent Cove. Ms. Ridgeway included much of the emotional upheaval her characters were experiencing which also included their sexy time, I truly enjoyed this book and had trouble putting it down. I definitely recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    A soothing balm.

    In order to find our strengths, we must face our weaknesses. Never have I come across more powerful words than that statement. Almost Always is a proclamation of those words amplified. Ms. Ridgway speaks to the heart and mind with the courageous journey of Griffin Lowell. His adventurous spirit and inquisitive mind has taken him all over the world. His experiences have broken his heart, opened his mind and haunted his dreams, but his greatest challenge is born from writer's block. One women is determined to change all that and maybe find a little adventure of her own. Jane and Griffin learn the value of facing fear while following the heart and end up delivering a little balm to the soul.
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