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    I Tore Through the Pages!

    As a longtime fan of Pamela Hutchins, I expected Earth to Emily to be an intoxicating read. I was not disappointed. As with Heaven to Betsy, I tore through the pages while at the same time not wanting the book to end. The reader is quickly immersed in Emily’s infectious desire to adopt Betsy, an immigrant child she found and rescued in Heaven to Betsy. The story begins at a celebratory dinner in the Big Texas Steak Ranch amongst lights twinkling from mounted dear heads on the wall. Emily and her boss, the head turning, good looking attorney, Jack are celebrating her recent graduation from foster parenting classes. What comes next is a multi-faceted plot line taking the reader through the nerve wracking steps of her hopeful adoption of Betsy, the clandestine operations at a client’s store, the risks she takes to protect two teenagers who witness a horrific murder and the sizzling romance building between Emily and Jack. Hutchins strength comes through in her character development and ability to integrate readers into the storyline. I found myself reading out loud a scene in which Emily runs into her teenage orthodontist… with an all too familiar feeling, Emily confesses she has not been wearing her retainer regularly. Talk about identifying with a character! In another scene as the reader sits in the car WITH Emily dreaming of a life with Betsy, she is shattered back to reality with a sharp rap of the window. The reader jumps, Emily jumps… the “wicked foster mother” is nuzzled up with her nose to the glass. Earth to Emily is the second book in the Emily series however, it knocks it out of the park as a stand alone book with a complete storyline and well defined characters. How many days until Emily #3 is released?
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    Earth to Emily caught my attention very well

    It was a good with an interesting plot just enough of a love interest but jot all about sexey. I liked that and will another by this author
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    Great

    So good i bought the 3rd adventure ,usually i figure out the who done it before the end but not in this case.
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