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  • Love it!

    Wow, what an awesome read! Ethan's Daughter by Rachel Brimble is fantastic. Ms Brimble has delivered a well-written book and loaded it with amazing characters. Leah and Ethan's story is filled with drama, suspense, humor and spice. I confess I stayed up till 4:30 am reading this book, I get away with that being single and disabled. I enjoyed reading Ethan's Daughter (and she's a little sweetheart) and look forward to reading more from Rachel Brimble in the future. Ethan's Daughter is book 7 in the Templeton Cove Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I was lucky enough to win a print copy of this book.

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  • 3,5***

    Drama, mystery, and romance wrapped in an entertaining tale located in the small-town United Kingdom. Ethan James is a dedicated father and best selling thriller author who has done his best to raise his daughter alone after his ex-wife left them behind in search of more exciting life. Now Anna is back, unstable, abused, and asking for money. She also brought real and present danger with her, threats that could be deadly, or harm everyone Ethan cares about. Including Leah Dixon. Leah, the nurse who has no boundaries, is willing to go to extreme lengths to protect people she is fond of. She is stubborn, pushy, determined, caring, and capable. Yet she does cross some lines as she is trying to make Ethan take action against the mother of his child, his ex-wife in trouble. The danger Anna brings with her plays a major part in the story, everything else wraps around it and the threats delivered. There is a lot back and forth with Leah and Ethan, they obviously care and desire each other, yet the circumstances they are in could not be worse, thus the constant in and out with their status as a couple. I liked Ethan and Leah together, they seemed to balance each other out, they were the perfect match for each other, a fitting pair. I do wish the relationship would have had a little more depth to it, little fewer doubts about their future and more building of their feelings and knowledge of each other. What I wish from the romance I read is that the couple, after their meet and the feelings of attraction are ignited, is that they do not date others. This is not the case in the story of Ethan and Leah, and while the situation is a little more complicated than that, it was still there. I don't usually mention this - and it definitely didn't affect my scoring of the book, even though it did affect my enjoyment when it came to reading it - is the format I received the eARC in. When I had to search for the story in a mix of dates, numbers, names, and titles on each page, sometimes parts of the words completely embedded into 'code' I missed the natural flow of the tale that most likely was there. I think that was just an unfortunate incident. A close and caring community at the Templeton Cove, little miss Daisy who completely won my heart, Ethan doing his best to fight to keep his loved ones safe while helplessly falling in love with Leah, makes an intriguing and charming story that kept my interest and entertained my mind. ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side

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