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    Dream House

    ARC for honest review with no compensation Dream House is book 6 and the final book in the Second Chances series by Jean Brashear and a very emotional read! Micah Smith artist extraordinaire built his dream house for his wife, Charlotte but when he lost the love of his life and the baby she was carrying he packed up and moved to New York. Now a few years later, still heartbroken and barely surviving he come home for his mother’s birthday and maybe to find a way to heal his broken heart... Jezabel Hart, former stripper, voluptuous, beautiful, local bar manager, is looking to find a place to call home and when she sees this run down cottage with the picket fence she knows in her heart this is where she belongs...but will the owner sell?? What an emotional, heart broken journey, sparks aplenty for these two people who are totally opposite but may be able to find a way to heal each other. Can they find their happily ever after together, have the life they both have dreamed about or will it all just go to ashes along with the Dream House???
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    A real page turner.

    Jezebel Hart fell in love with the house the moment she laid eyes on it. She’s never had a real home of her own having grown up in foster care. Jezebel wants to move the aging and ill Skeeter Owens, the owner of the bar she’s running for him, into that house with her and care for him until he passes on. Skeeter has been so good to her and is the closest thing to a relative she has. What Jezebel doesn’t know is that although the house is empty it was built by Micah Smith for the love of his life and his wife. Tragically that wife, Charlotte, died trying to give birth to a child Micah told her not to try and bear leaving him angry and bitter but still deeply in love with her. Micah ran to New York to live and paint while trying to smother his feelings and loss until he’s called home to celebrate his mother’s birthday. When his mother is in a severe car accident he’s forced to stay and help his sister run the nursery and care for their mother. This is the story of Micah trying to fight his growing feelings for Jezebel as she tries to convince him to let her buy or rent her dream house, and the guilt he feels for having those feelings. While Jezebel is struggling to overcome her past reputation and upbringing to become a true and welcome member of the community she has adopted as her own. She has love growing in her heart for Micah too, a love she doesn’t think he’ll ever believe she deserves plus she has a trial for a mobster that she must testify at hanging over her head. This story is all you could want and keeps you turning the pages to find out if Micah and Jezebel can have a HEA. I received an early copy and am happily reviewing it.
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    WOW! Not sure what I can say. This has to be my favorite in this series. Two wounded/broken people that manage to overcome and find love. Yes, this story still requires the requisite tissues, but that is just how Jean portrays her characters. They feel real and you can’t help but empathize. This story did not have the grand slam of emotions that most of Jean’s books have, but it was still there. Usually, I am wondering how a happily ever after will be obtained, but not in this story. The gradual build up made you feel that no matter what these two will more than survive. There was no question of how but more of a quiet confidence of when. Thank you Jean Brashear for all your amazing stories.

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