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    A great start for a new series

    A start of a new series, stories about family, love, and history, and how those historically known events are twined into the family history on the beautiful setting of Blue Ridge Mountains. That cover enticed me, it itself tells a story that echoes of the one inside the covers. The family dynamics are fascinating, both those in the immediate family by blood and those whom the bind is formed by years of living and working together. Everyone has their place in the family, they respect each other's talents and encourage each other to use them. Jonathan is a geek-hero, a history geek who also loves numbers. It is easy to like him and love him, he is kind, considerate, smart, a little awkward at times, yet always thinking of your best. The connection between him and Amy is sparkling. They light up the pages as they get to know each other, work together to find more about the history of the family, and try not to fall for each other. The first quarter of the book is little heavy to read, as the scene is set, but as the attraction between Jonathan and Amy develops, they seem to energize the whole tale, and before you know it, you have inhaled the rest of it. A great start for the new series, that is promising to be both amusing with the humor the author drizzled through the story and alluring with the enticing, charismatic characters the family, and the town, are filled with. ~ Four Spoons
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