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    A story that will grab your heart

    This book is about second chances maybe not in the way you think. With a death in the family it is time for Wendy to rethink her life as she turns home after many years of carrying hurt and pain from her past to find people are not very happy with her. This is a story about finding yourself, getting over the past, forgiving and accepting people for what and who they are. The author gives you humor, sorrow and pain as Wendy works through her past to find not only love but a family she has lost. Wendy was a very likeable character she has a very trying time with life full of bad memories that she cannot forget or forgive starting from a very young age. I do feel if her brother would have acted different on the day that her whole world changed the outcome might have been different for her. She really has only one person in life that she can count on that is her grandmother. As with most of us we cannot see things or we forget when we are to close and forget to be thankful for what you have looking more at what you do not have. With one last nail in her coffin she decides when she graduates she is starting over somewhere else never coming back to the Inn at Blue Moon Bay. Even with the hurt and pain of the past she does keep in touch with her grandmother and brother meeting them all over for birthdays etc just not at Blue Moon Bay. I have to say at times Wendy got on my nerves but she was a great character just needed to put the past behind her as she remembers some better times. When Max comes on the scene she remembers you cannot count on anyone as she tries her best to put space between them. Max is having nothing of this. Max is a dear as well as very sexy he sees a lady on the beach and is pulled to her. He does have places he needs to be, he just cannot walk away from Wendy. Even with Wendy putting as much space between them as she can he will not give up. Max has a few secrets if they get out before he can come clean could mean the end of their relationship. He is having a hard enough time trying to get her to agree to giving them a chance. I have to say I really enjoyed this character he puts his life on hold to bring this little lady to heel. He kept me smiling at his humor and his wonderful caring ways. In a lot of ways this was a story I could relate to. The author gives from the heart of a brother and sister whose parents might not be the best but at least they did find a safe place for them. We always want what we can't have forgetting what we do have. This is a story about working over the past which will bring you the future. Her grandmother brings her home in hope that she will find herself why getting over her pain and forgiving those who caused it. In doing so Wendy might find the one thing she wants most in her life her family and a man to love. I have come to enjoy Ms. Hatler stories she always gives me a lesson in life that I have forgotten as she gives me a story that stays with me as she keeps me thinking about my own life. This was one story that really touched my heart it is never easy to forgive when you have lost so much at a very young age. I enjoy how she puts humor into a story which makes it more lifelike and one you can relate to. I know her fans will love this new one as the author gives you a story of a heartbroken girl and her past as she grows to understand the past which leads her to her future.
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    Loved this book

    This book had me falling in love with the characters and the surroundings and left me wanting to read the next book.
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    Max loved to kiss Wendy !

    I loved this book and the people that were in it! Wendy was a woman who didn't know where she belonged and Max a fellow who found home. Her brother Brian who was looking for a home and her two friends that welcomed her back into their lives, Megan and Olivia. We still have to find out about Charlie. But, the important person was their Grandmother who never appeared but, we knew her love for the Grandkids . It was a very loving book with Max's dog and how he loves Ginger. A book you should not miss because, Susan makes it real, the people and the smell of the beach and the Pumpkin Fest.
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    It was good

    OK. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more of her novels.
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    Every Little Kiss

    Another good book written by Susan Hatler. The story of Wendy and Max in Blue Moon Bay was hard to put down.
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