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    4.5 stars! Charmed once again by Granite Pointe

    The books in this series, while being standalone within the series, are like going back to your home town and visiting with friends and family when read in order. I always seem to be up all night reading them because I can’t bear to put them down. In this latest story, the reader is introduced to one of the local business owners, florist Malin, and reacquainted with secondary character Gunner from book three, Exposed to Passion. We also get to see more of Kerrigan brother Noah and his fun, flirtatious side. The author tackles several difficult subjects well in this story: alcoholism in the heroine’s Malin’s dad, abandonment by a mother as a preteen, and the death of both parents as a teenager—all without an overabundance of angst some authors rely on. This humorous, touching, sexy tale is filled with characters so vibrant, they feel real. One of my notes while reading this story about the hero Gunner says a lot about him. “OMG, a guy who adores babies is way beyond sexy.” And I’ll share one more. “Oooh, giving her what she thinks she wants but being very dominate in letting her know they will revisit her line in the sand. Smexy!” The author nails the teenage sister character—just enough belligerence countered with vulnerability, sadness, and eagerness to please to make her authentic. Kerrigan brother Noah's moved back to town and is the new GM of the town luxury hotel, so I’m hoping to see more of him and his son in a future book. I look forward to seeing more of the hero and heroine in future stories. I’ll never get enough of Granite Pointe and its residents. Don’t wait, come visit Granite Pointe today. Gemma Brocato is definitely on my “must read” authors list.

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