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    This was a wonderful heartwarming story packed full of emotion. It's beautifully written and I loved how the relationship between Luke and Miranda was a nice slow build. These two both have baggage. Miranda has returned to Blue Moon after vowing she'd never return. She has more to think of than herself though. Being a single mom means you do what you have to do. Luke has always loved Blue Moon and he returned after University to take over as the local veterinarian and raise his young family. After tragedy struck and he lost his young wife he never thought he'd find love again. Until Miranda. Will he be able to open his heart and will she be willing to take a chance? This is the story of their journey as they deal with the past in order to look to the future. Definitely a book I would recommend to everyone.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Come Home with Me by Susan Fox Blue Moon Harbor #2 Not sure how I feel about this book. It definitely is not my usual go-to type of story but instead a more long and drawn out romance with the couple trying friendship and family dates with children before committing to actually “dating”. Both do communicate fairly openly and grow the relationship in the right way and this is something rather new and different for Miranda who has always jumped into a relationship with both feet and not much talking at all. Luke, on the other hand, met his true love early in life and never took his eyes from the prize and was rather devastated when she died too young. Miranda Gabriel was a woman I had trouble relating to. I know she came by her low self-esteem as the outcome of her fractured family life but she was so very leery of relationships with anyone except her brother that at times it wore on me. How she could be strong in some ways and not so much in others was a bit of a mystery. She was always putting herself down, not thinking she was good enough, etc… And Luke, well he was warm and caring and came from a much different background than Miranda’s. I think that in some ways his interest in Miranda had more to do with his need to heal than a true soul connection. I guess I didn’t see what the two truly had in common but was glad they found one another and do hope they will be happy together. Perhaps I will learn more about how they grow together as the series progresses. That said, I would like to read book three that is about Shy Iris and Musician Julian…that might be as hard to understand as this book, though. In addition to that love story I am curious about “Creepy Bart” the real estate salesman…is he a pedophile or sleaze of another sort? And, the murder mentioned…will that play a part in future books? And…will Glory get her partner to propose? Many questions…not answered…perhaps in the future. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

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