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    A wonderful touching read

    What a delightful sweet read with a heartwarming plot that has so much emotion. This is one touching read that will stay with you long after you finish it. Love that lost which stays with you for a lifetime, one you can’t forget that is so strong it brings you back to the little town where you were the happiest. Marietta, Montana is a small town with loving, caring people a place I would love to live. You have some busy bodies but most small towns do. What count the most is people helping people, the caring, the love they give for those they care about. This is what Samara and her daughter need after losing the man who was most important to them. Death is never easy but when one is so young and left raising a small child if hard. Samara is pulled back to a place from her teenage years the only place she ever really found happiness to try to start over giving her daughter a home. A place where she can run, play, where it is safe away from the big city. The one thing this small town has that she hasn’t forgotten was her first love. Oh she doesn’t play on taking up where they left off. She is sure he must be married….What she find is him in her house working away, lord he is as hot as ever but she isn’t here for that but what if….. Logan has tried to move on but he could never forget his first love, no women since then has ever measure up not even his ex wife. He was shocked when the lady of his dreams walks in lord she looks good. Small child means married or does it….. I loved this story and it is the first I have read from this author. I won this book in a giveaway I sure got a deal with one outstanding read. The author gives you a wonderful plot with so many lessons in life that we really should remember. I find these make the best read, with over 60 5 and 4 star reviews the readers must agree. The author fills the pages with a lost love how it felt to have young love there and gone the next. An adult love that you lost through death, trying to start over giving your child the best you can. To finding an old love and finding love just might still be there. Samara deals with so many issues as she learns to trust, give, and take why trying to be the best mother. Sometimes we forget we must let our children grow, take steps and fall why we are there to catch them but give them space. Samara needs to learn she doesn’t need to do it all alone as Logan shows her just what love, family and friends really mean. The author gives you wonderful characters that have today issues with great caring wonderful supporting characters. I just adored Auntie M and Bob the dog these were wonderful funny characters that bring so much to this at times humorous read. There wasn’t one that I just didn’t fall in love with, this is a pretty clean read but fill with so much passion and love you can feel it through the pages. The words flow easy which makes it a book you can’t put down. Logan is such a touching wonderful man who has patients as he gives just enough room without backing down. He is kind of alpha, strong caring and loving. He goes after what he wants but knows when to back down and pull the ropes tighter. Samara is a strong women use to doing things for herself, she has a hard time with not being in control. She looks deep inside herself and finds she could have done things better from raising her child to giving her dead husband more. Maybe it was her fault father and child wasn’t close….. If you haven’t read any of Ms. Snopek this would be a good place to start. I can’t wait to read more of her work as she spins a tale of important today issues why giving you a romance. This is a story to remind us what is important…family, love, friends, home and so much more. I really recommend this author and her style of writing.
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    Finding home

    Excellent ....enjoyed very much. Would have liked to have type of autism explained a bit more so less confusing initially...ie ashbergers etc ( or not ) but we'll done.
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