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    Borrowing a finance

    I've only read #3 so far. Very interesting story. When Melinda starts telling a lie to get want she wants & get her parents off her back she has to continue to tell more lies. That's not always a beneficial action. Does it work? You have to read the book to find out. It didn't happen the way I thought it would & that's all I can say w/o giving away the ending. I really like the story a lot. I received an ARC copy & this is my honest, voluntary opinion. I've read the 3 books in Box Set #2 & love all of them.
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    Sweet Interconnected Romances

    The characters in the three stories are interconnected. In Borrowing Christmas, Katie is on the run from a crooked cop, who has been forcing her to do illegal work for him when she falls for Amor's mayor Sam. Her friend Daniel saves her, Sam gives him a job with the town, and his romance is in book 3. Sam's sister Ruby's romance is in book 2. In Borrowing Love, Ruby is afraid to fly and afraid to ride in a car after her parents died in a car accident and her husband died in a plane accident. Parker had a crush on Ruby in high school, but he never got over her standing him up for a date. When he realize it is the pain of her losses that causes her recent actions to him like saying she can’t stand the smell of his cologne and breaking off a date because she won’t get in a car, he feels bad for the way he treated her. Parker was jerk to her at first. I was surprised that Ruby would go on an overnight trip with him when she didn’t know him that well and she hadn’t been in a car in four years and that he would invite her knowing he had only book one hotel room. There were plenty of funny moments in book that overcame some of the awkwardness. Ruby’s sister-in-law Zoe was funny and deserves her own romance. In Borrowing a Fiancé, Melinda just wants to the escape the family diner that’s she’s been forced to run for the past ten years. Her cooks Devon and Claire should be the ones running it, but her parents still refuse to sell it to them even though they promised she would only run it for a few years and she won’t let Devon and Claire lose their dreams so she’s stuck. And now she’s forced to go her sister Bree’s wedding, the one she thinks was the golden child who got everything she wanted. Little does she know her sister is engaged to a man she hates and that she was forced to choose a career she’s unhappy with. Her best friend Daniel is supportive through the whole thing even going along with a fake engagement. But will his past catch up with him or will he finally get the girl of his dreams? There was a lot of humor and drama in this romance. I wanted to shake Melinda’s mother and grandmother although her father was a riot. Daniel was a great guy with a troubled past and Melinda had to overcome a lot of misconceptions about herself too.
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    Epic, Clean Romance in New Mexico

    This set of romance novels all occur in Amor, New Mexico. The first book is a sweet and clean, straightforward romance. The second is a second chance romance, but there is 2-Hanky sadness to get past to enable that second chance. Book 3 is a fun rom/com that ties up all of the loose ends. You will need to binge read this set! In all, this is an epic story of a lifetime because we each bring an entire lifetime to the table when we fall in love. I received this set of books for free and this is my honest review.

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