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  • Healing and redemption in Eternity Springs

    A tender romance, set in Eternity Springs, brings healing and redemption. Boone McBride is an overachiever and is known for getting his way. When a blast from the past upends his plans, Boone finally discovers that there are limitations to what he can do on his own. Unexpectedly meeting Hannah, Boone recognises anguish and brokenness when he sees them. In what seems like a desperate situation, he reaches out to Hannah and bit by bit her breaks through her barriers. When his plans go awry, Boone turns to Hannah to help him get through an emergency, and she proves to be more resourceful and helpful than he could have ever anticipated. This romance is emotional and painful in parts but ultimately the characters find that when they stand together, they are stronger and more able to face the future. Although I have purchased other books by this author, this is the first book in this series that I have read. I enjoyed it and loved Boone's character. I felt Hannah's heartache and pain and appreciated that he had the patience to wait for her to spill the truth about the tragedy in her life. The supporting characters in this book seemed a little too sweet at times, but they did fulfil their role in this romance. I received a copy of this novel through NetGalley and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Enjoyable

    4 Star Review of Boone: Eternity Springs: The McBrides Of Texas by Emily March   Emily March is a relatively new author to me. It can be read as a stand alone, but I do wonder if you would get a deeper appreciation if you were to read other books in the series first.   Boone McBride is a man who I fell hard and fast for ; a totally swoon worthy character that ticked the boxes for me. Having settled in Eternity Springs he was slowly but surely built a life for himself. When he meets Hannah Dupree he can see the pain and heartache in her eyes and is determined to help her, what he doesn’t count on is falling in love with her. With Boone refusing to take no for an answer, he slowly but surely brings Hannah back to life. However what happens when the past comes back to confront them? Willis bring them together or rip them apart? I love small town romances and this is a sweet, romantic, heartwarming, love story with characters that you cannot help but fall for and which I enjoyed. I received an copy of this book through the publisher via Netgalley

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  • My favorite of the series!

    I have enjoyed all of the books in the Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas series, but I have to say that Boone is my favorite. There was something about these characters and their story that just pulled me in and I didn't want to put the book down. Boone McBride has known heartbreak and tragedy. He's moved to Colorado to try to escape that heartache and has been able to create a pretty good life for himself. He's still missing the family he thought he would have by now, but he continues to soldier on with his life in the Rockies. Hannah Dupree has been drifting for the past three years when the unimaginable happened to her and she lost everything she felt she had to live for. Now, she's struggling to go on and is wondering if ending it all might not be the better way to go. She finds her way to the outskirts of Eternity Springs and ends up encountering Boone. As Hannah and Boone begin to get to know one another, they are able to commiserate due to the heartache they have both endured, which causes sparks to begin flying between them. With the healing vibes that Eternity Springs seems to harbor, along with the strength and safety that Boone provides, Hannah begins to live again instead of being stuck in neutral. Will these two be able to help one another find love again? I thoroughly enjoyed the stories of all three of the McBride cousins. Their relationships with one another, along with all of the townspeople in Eternity Springs made the story that much richer. Both Boone and Hannah endured so much that I was glad they had one another to lean on and to heal with. I look forward to future books Emily March has to offer.

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  • Couldn't put down

    I really enjoyed this book and give it 4 1/2 stars. I also did not want to put the book down once I started reading it. This book is very emotional. Both Hannah and Boone need face somethings from their past. Boone is already on his way to that but Hannah is just beginning to live again thanks to Boone. I did have a couple of questions still at the end of this book and also would have liked to have read about a certain scene in the book. I am going to share those below so if you don't want any spoilers don't read anymore of my review. I really wished the author let us see Jackson's wedding as a person who read his book I really would have liked to see him get married. The author talked a lot about it coming up but than never gave us the actual wedding. I also want to know what happened to Ranger, he seemed to fall off the book after Boone ask Hannah to take him at nights. I also want to know if everything worked out with the adoption in the end. I understand that this is a romance book so there is a happily ever after but I still like these questions answered instead of assuming. *I received this free book from NetGalley and am leaving my honest opinion*

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  • Joyful yet deeply emotional romance

    Boone and Hannah are both widowed, and both are still learning to live with their grief. Hannah's wounds are little more fresh and her heart is still bleeding as she finds her way to Eternity Springs just as Boone is offered a second chance at the family he's always wanted, even though he'll have to confront a few scars of his own to close the deal. This beautifully philosophical story will stay with me for a very long time. I loved the way Celeste gently prodded Hannah back to living her life, and I adored the way the town engulfed Boone with all the support he needed as he embraced his new role in life. The author deftly brought out both Boone's and Hannah's tragic past histories in a way that made it impossible not to feel empathy and compassion for both of them, while injecting plenty of light-hearted, cheeky humor for balance. These two broken hearts were truly healed together and it was a joy to read their story. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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