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    I need more Storms of New England soonish

    An enjoyable read. I loved at how this book looked at family from a number of angles - it certainly made me look at my own differently. It is centred around a military veteran hero, his neighbour (heroine) and the children in their care. Each has their own challenges to face and come to grips with - I can't speak to how realistic any of these are as they are challenges I have not faced. I hope we get glimpses of Erik, Tessa, Matty and Kiki in future books. Looking forward to seeing who will get their HEA next.
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    Excellent read

    Elusive Dreams is a sweet marriage of convince story about two wounded people, one physically, the other emotionally Eric survived severe injuries in Afghanistan that left him unable to walk without support. Tessa was an abandoned child, passed from one bad foster situation to another that left her insecure, frightened by crowds, and scared of human touch. They enter into marriage to protect Eric’s fostering of the two Afghan orphans he had saved when he was injured. He doesn’t think anyone would want a scarred cripple. She has been told she is ugly and unlovable for as long as she can remember. Those two precious children deserve a stable family, however, and in the process of caring for them, Eric and Tessa come to care for each other. The marriage of convenience trope, a common romance theme, becomes fresh in the capable hands of Ms. Lemor as the effects PTSD and abandonment are explored within the context of a most enjoyable story. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book. Most highly recommend.
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