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    Sweet small town romance

    Already Gone was a sweet friends to lovers/hate to love story. Scarlett Kincaid is a famous country music star who left home at 18 and never looked back. She goes back to her small town when her dad becomes ill and she needs to be there for him. Her old best friend, Tucker, is now a police officer in their small town and he is not happy to see her. Scarlett and Tucker butt heads for a while, but eventually find their way back to their friendship and begin a romantic relationship. But Scarlett isn’t ready to stop performing and Tucker doesn’t want to uproot his daughter from their home. The two of them have to learn what’s important and how to make their relationship work. I really enjoyed this small town romance. I liked watching the two main characters get irritated with one another and I enjoyed them being friends again. The side characters were awesome too. Her dad and sister and his daughter, brother, and cousin. All wonderful costars. I think everyone who enjoys small town romance with very little angst will enjoy Already Gone.
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    Loved it

    Review If you picked this book up without seeing it was written by two authors you would never know because every chapter flows and honestly I couldn’t tell you who wrote what. I loved everything about this book from the authors writing to the small town of New Hope and everything in between, I fell big time for characters and if you love small town romance this will be a book you won’t want to miss. Scarlett and Tucker were childhood friends and now a decade later are reconnecting but will they be able to put the years of silence behind them and will they become more than the best friends they were in their youth .....this book certainly has all the feels you would expect in a great read , it’s a beautifully written love story centred in a small town add in a single dad and you get perfection. Great read and great job from two very talented authors.
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    I loved ❤️ This book

    OMG this is such a good book. I could not put it down. I had to make myself stop to go to bed and then I finished at work. It is so good. I love Scarlet and Tucker and Chloe is an added bonus. Kristen Proby and K L Grayson wrote a brilliant book. I can’t wait for anything else from these two wonderful writers. Really 10 stars
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    Never forget where you came from

    Sometimes we don't know what we're missing until we return. Scarlett left New Hope to follow her dream of being a country star and never looked back. Yes she flew her dad out to her concerts but she never returned home. Not until her dad suffered a stroke and she had to come home to take care of him. Now a decade later she is home. As time goes by she now realizes exactly what she left behind. One of the things she left was Tucker. True she was mean to him when people were around when they were younger but they were friends when they were alone. Tucker was more than hurt the day she left and now he finds that the feelings he had for her never really went away. During the time Scarlett helps her dad mend and get back on his feet she and Tucker rekindle what they once had. They don't really discuss the elephant in the room. What will happen when her dad makes a full recovery and she has to go back to Nashville and her fans and her career. They love each other but is it enough to do long distance or what kind of relationship can they have. They both have their own careers and responsibilities. What kind of compromise will they have to do. One thing this story showed me is you can never forget where you came from. Fans, fame, money are great things to have in life but love is so much stronger and fulfilling. Tucker reminds Scarlett of what is missing in her life and what she can now have in her life if she accepts his love and they find a way to make it work.
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    Second Chances!

    Scarlett Kincaid loved being famous. After leaving New Hope and never looking back. She is finally coming home after 12 years to care for her dad who had a stroke. Now she is realizing all that she left behind. Tucker Andrews was devastated the day his best friend left and never looked back or contests him again. Now Scarlett is back in town caring for her dad. Can they mend their fences and can Tucker finally get the girl he always wanted. Loved this book and couldn’t put it down. Sometimes fate gives you a second chance and you have to grab it by both hands and hold on tight!!
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