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    Always and Forever

    Thank you for such an enjoyable read. I will look forward to reading more of the Grayson stories.
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    I love a prequel to see how it all began

    I love when a series I love gives me a prequel to show me how it all began, and that's what we have with When I Fall in Love. Readers of the Grayson brothers series have gotten to know their strong, resilient mother who finished raising her sons when their father, Hal, died. But we the readers never really got to know Hal, except through the eyes of his sons. Now is your chance to get to know Hal, and to see how he and Nancy's story began. Hal is a strong, emotional, prideful man. He feels things deeply, whether it be obligation to family, or emotions for those that he loves. He's got an endearing wit about him that you have already seen in his sons in the Grayson brothers series. He's quick to anger and quick to forgive, he's prideful, but caring. Nancy is a strong, stubborn woman. Readers of the Grayson brothers series know that in the way she supported each of her sons as they navigated their own love stories. But seeing her young self starting out in the world is an interesting look into how a young girl turns into the strong matriarch of the Grayson family. It's fun to watch her journey from young, frightened girl into strong wife to Hal Grayson. This story takes the reader back more than twenty years before the first Grayson brother book and almost fifty years back from the most recent Grayson book and it's interesting to see snippets of Fredonia earlier in history. The town in many cases serves as a character in and of itself and as a reader you can really feel yourself walking the streets of Fredonia beside Hal and Nancy as they begin their life together. Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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