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    Sweet Romance with a lot of Heart

    Finding Love is my own book, so obviously I am partial to it. But here are some of the many reasons why this story makes me happy: Edward and Meg are a match made in heaven. These two might not be the likeliest couple in the world, but once they meet, they fit together like puzzle pieces. I’ve always been a fan of mismatched couples that ignite like fireworks once they get to know each other, and this pair is no exception. One of my favorite parts of this story is the banter between all the characters. Edward and Meg are magic together, but once the rest of the Hughes family gets involved, I can’t get enough of their hysterical repartee. So much so, that I went on to write another novella and two short stories about these people. What can I say – they’re memorable! At the end of the day, we can’t place the blame for Edward and Meg’s separation on either of their shoulders, but that doesn’t mean they have an easy time finding their happily-ever-after. In fact, both of them have to summon up a fair share of forgiveness and faith in each other to get where they are going. Along the way, they give you all the feels while you root for them to succeed. Finally, I love how Edward and Meg light each other up, and not just physically. These two characters really make each other glow, and when they finally get rewarded with the happy ending they deserve, you’re going to want to cheer out loud. There you go! Read on, and enjoy Meg and Edward’s story.
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    Heartwarming, Captivating, & Romantic!!!

    A captivating, heartwarming, love story filled with drama, heartache, tears, happiness, and love. Kristen Casey has created a great well written story about a couple torn apart by a horrible accident with terrible consequences. The characters were wonderful and were so relatable. Finding Love was a fantastic story of being given second chances at love and being reunited with the only love of your life. I absolutely loved this book and these characters. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Finding Love

    Loved the story romantic funy and emotinal great mixture is a book I could read again nd love it all over again. Looking foward to the next book
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    Even Better than the First Book

    I thoroughly enjoyed this second novel by Kristen Casey and was sucked into the story immediately! The plot was well developed and I truly wanted Edward and Meg to wind up together. Their chemistry really sparked and they were so natural together. All the characters were well developed and likeable. I loved the relationships within the Hughes family. All four brothers had such distinctive personalities and I adored the family dynamics! Casey writes dialogue very well and in such a realistic fashion. I particularly liked the interplay between the brothers - so much so that I wish I knew this family! I heard there will be a novella and short stories from the characters in this book...I hope they're about the other brothers!
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    Remembering Love

    Edward Hughes and Meg Flynn noticed each other for weeks in a local Boston coffee shop before he finally worked up the courage to introduce himself. They dated and fell in love quickly and she doesn’t care that he’s a viscount and heir to an earldom and has money. They only have a few months together as he had to go back to England for a conference with his father. When Meg doesn’t hear from him for months, she thinks he’s broken up with her until she reads that he was in a car accident with his father and thinks he died. Edward hit his head in the accident and lost his memories of the last six months including his time with Meg. He turned in a jerk, angry at everything. His brothers set him up with Meg and tell him they were seriously dating, but he keeps thinking there was another woman he was going to propose to. I didn’t like how he treated Meg during that time. He does redeem himself in the end, but only her love for the man he was before would make her put up with that. His brothers were a riot and I would love to read about their romances in future books.
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