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  • Decisions

    A story unlike I’ve read in my lifetime. A story of forgiveness and redemption. One of sacrifice and love. Life in Kurrajong Crossing is like life in any small town around the world. But this small town is suffering the effects from a tragedy that occurred 12 years ago. And the main person responsible is back. Zac is the center of every citizens vitriol or so he thinks. His return sets off a series of events that erupt in everyone’s life. Each one has to search their conscience and deal with the tragedy and face the consequences. In the midst of this, Zac and Cat have to deal with their 12 years apart and the friendship they use to enjoy. Memories, good and bad, are explored and decisions made that show the true character of this couple and the people around them. I received an advanced reader copy from the publisher and am voluntarily leaving my review.

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  • Small Town Romance with Surprises

    Feels Like Home (With Love, From Kurrajong Crossing #1) by Dakota Harrison is a surprise story. I thought it would be the typical returning home romance story but it was much more. Zac Hartford is part of an upcoming band but this is not one of those rocker star romance. Catherine Van Alden is a small town baker but it is not a baker’s story either though I do enjoy those. It has a rich girl poor boy trope going but that is not the focus of this story either. This is a story how youth with the mistakes, regrets, loyalties and losses can haunt one over a decade later. How people, especially family, do the wrong thin for what they say is the right reasons. How community needs to look beyond of who is to blame. Mostly it is a story of forgiveness and love before the truth is out, with a romance that you can cheer on. Feels Like Home is the first book that I have read by this author but looking forward to reading more. Some people redeemed themselves by the end of this book but a few especially one friend did not. I would like to see if there is redemption in her future. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Love this book cover!!!!

    I really enjoyed reading Cat & Zac's storyline,love her choice in book covers.I look forward to reading more from this author in the near future.

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  • Great Start to this New Series !

    What a great start to this series. This book is a second chance romance for Zac and Catherine. They have not seen each other in a long time but now Zac is back in town for a friends wedding and he really wants to tell Catherine how sorry he is for how things turned out. Most people in town are not making that easy for him. I loved the chemistry between these two. I loved everything about this book from the characters to the story line. I can't wait to see what happens next in this series. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Great start to a new series

    I loved this book there was enough drama to keep me engaged until the lat page but at its foundation it was just a beautiful love story about redemption I devoured it in one sitting Cat Van Alden and Zac Hartford where best friends growing up after he was adopted by his best friend James famnily But one night twelve years ago changed everything Zac was involved in a car accident a car accident in which Holly, Cats younger sister was killed in and another person ended up in a wheel chair but even worse was Holly was pregnant and Zac took the blame but was he the father as the town turned on him he fled never even saying goodbye to Cat and breaking her heart Now Zac is a big name in the music industry and he has returned to Kurrajong Crossing as his brother is marrying and he knows it is time to face Cat Will she give him a chance and what will happen when the town blames him still Many truths will come out and people will have to rethink what they thought they knew Will these two finally get the HEA they deserve

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