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    Crossing Promises

    Oh my goodness! This one was packed full of feels, had me shedding tears from the beginning, then laughing out loud, then more tears and smiling all the way through. To see Owen come out of his tough shell and find someone worthy of him made my heart soar. His whole life has been the farm, family and farm was instilled in him from an early age and he has kept that close and when Cate hears him talking about needing someone to help with the books she steps out of her comfort zone to hire on. There were sparks between them early on and when you add on baked goods and sarcasm what could be better. Did you really think I was going to tell you about this book? No way! This one you have to read! It can be read as a standalone and you will not be lost even though the whole family is brought back together but really this entire series is great. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Awesome

    Since meeting him in the first book of the Cross Creek series, I've been anxiously waiting for Owen's story. Happily it's here and I have to say the wait was well worth it. Owen Cross, the oldest of the Cross brothers, has always known what his life path would be. Family and farm are what he holds dear and all he needs to be happy. The Cate McAllister enters his life and the joy he feels being with makes everything feel just right. Cate has suffered loss in her life though and giving her heart is hard for her to do. Will this hold her back from the loving future she could have with Owen or will she be willing to grab on and hold on tight? I've loved all the books in this series and this is a perfect addition. These characters are fantastic and their story will win your heart. Put this on the must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    WOW!!

    I'm having a book hangover! Eli and Cate's story is real with real life troubles. Beautiful and heartbreaking all in one! I laughed, I cried, I fell in love!
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    I love Owen!

    Such a fantastic addition to a phenomenal series!! Cate and Owen have a slow build chemistry that is combustible. Cate is Sassy (yes, capital S). She is honest with everyone, especially herself. Owen, my grumpy farmer, is direct, to the point of being rude. The things that come out of this man's mouth! These two have you rooting for them from the first chapter! I loved everything about this book, especially it's surprising conclusion. And we get to catch up with Hunter, Emerson, Eli, and Scarlett. This book can totally be read as a stand-a-lone but read the whole series!! It's so good!
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    Contemporary Romance

    Three brothers raised on Cross Creek Farm do their best to continue the family legacy. Not having read the first two books I did catch on to the fact that Eli met Scarlett and the two took off to work together as journalists but will return to work the farm in the future AND that Hunter and Emerson had a book telling their love story and will marry before the end of this book. This is the story of Owen, the eldest brother. He is committed to the farm, runs it in most ways and has a vision for the farm that he is working hard to implement. His brother Hunter and he work hard with their father to get everything done even when the list of things to do is endless. Owen, with two brothers in committed relationships, begins to feel a bit jealous BUT doesn’t want to settle for just anyone so…he waits. Cate McAllister was widowed three years before the story begins. She is holding down two part time jobs and when restless she bakes. The more troubled she becomes the more difficult the recipe is that she tackles. Baking is her release and acts to calm and settle her soul as it also inspires her. She has always dreamed of owning her own bakery but life happened and it never has come to pass. With her finances and life in turmoil after the loss of her husband and daughter she is working hard and on the lookout for a third job when she overhears Owen talking to a friend about needing a book keeper. And, she finds herself offering to tackle the job. Owen is taciturn, curmudgeonly and has a tongue that seems to twist in ways that makes what he wants to say come out a bit harsh. Cate is all for honesty although I have to say that her omission of something big kind of left me questioning her honesty a bit. The two work together well, find they play together well and manage to enhance one another’s lives. That said…there is a could-be deal breaker once Cate tells Owen something she has not shared earlier in their growing relationship…in spite of how well they communicate and get along together previously. I have known some people who have felt like Cate and made the choice she did in this book but I was a bit surprised at how easily Owen fell in line with Cate’s wishes. This is a story of family and just what family is and is not and suggests the idea that not all families are a husband, wife and 2.5 children. It is also about supporting rather than pulling down, communication, honesty, changing family dynamics, determining what is truly important…and so much more. Thank you to the author who bequeathed me a copy of this book through NetGalley – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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