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    FINDING SOUTHERN COMFORT by Barbara Lohr is the first book in the Windy City Romance series. It’s the fabulous story of Harper Kirkpatrick and Cameron Bennett in the southern town of Savannah. Harper is still shell shocked from the abrupt departure of her long-time boyfriend when he takes off for a job in California leaving her in his dust. With jobs scarce and bills, along with a looming eviction notice, Harper is doing her best to make ends meet. She’s determined not moving back to Chicago. Even when a gig dressed as the character cat woman turns out not to be her typical kid’s birthday party but for a bachelor party, she sucks it in and tries to give it all she’s got while keeping her dignity intact. That’s when she meets Cameron, the host of the party. When her asthma kicks in and the party guest start to get out of hand, Cameron tells her that her job is over. He can tell she’s no stripper and he admires spunk, sass and determination all while holding her head high. Cameron Bennett is a wealthy, well-respected businessman, a widower and father to 4 year old Bella. Business he can handle, but Bella is his prime concern and he’s not sure he’s doing a great job there. After losing her mother at an early age, Bella developed asthma symptoms and an eating disorder. After that bachelor party fiasco, she quit and one again is searching for employment. When she spots a job for a nanny with exceptionally good pay, she decides to give it a go. Finding out who the employer is was a shock, but the money is too good not to plaster on a smile and give it a shot. After going through multiple nannies, Cameron was surprised to see Harper as one of his applicants. He feels her spunk and style may be just want Bella needs and hires her. Harper is instantly drawn to Bella feeling an immediate connection with her with the asthma issues. One look into her eyes and she knows that this sweet little girl needs a friend and help with her eating disorder. She’s determined to be that person! However, Bella isn’t going to make it easy. Cameron has a girlfriend – Kimmy, a TV personality. So initially Harper never thought of Cameron as more than her boss. However, with time and really seeing the man and his willingness to go along with her suggestions to benefit his daughter, she begins to have feelings for him. In turn, Cameron starts to see how his relationship with Kimmy isn’t more than someone to date for social events. There’s definitely no chemistry there between Kimmy and his daughter. He starts to see more and more attributes of Harpers that attract him to her as well, but fear of losing another nanny (and one Bella loves and responds to so well) has him putting those feelings on the back burner. Can Harper put fun and play back into a little girl’s life? If Harper’s larger than life personality and originality exactly what Bella needs? Can experiments and play get Bella to try eating a variety of regular food? Will a missed social event by Kimmy where Harper filled in as Cameron’s plus one, spark their hidden feelings igniting full blown attraction in both Harper and Cameron? Will a mutual love for Bella draw Harper and Cameron together as a couple? Are they both willing the gamble what they have (friendship and working conditions) risking losing it all in order to reach a happily ever after? Or without love, the cement of any relationship according to Harper, will she walk away? Will Cameron let her go? FINDING SOUTHERN COMFORT is the well-crafted story of second chances at love, never giving up on yourself, sticking to your principals, seeing a job through to the end, and how sometimes the route to love isn’t straight but woven through the mutual love of a little girl. Barbara Lohr tells a wonderful story that will grab you from the first page and keeps the sweet romance interesting to the very end. As a disclaimer – there are a couple of short sexual scenes. They were not offensive to me and went with the natural flow of the story. With that being said, I loved the story and give FINDING SOUTHERN COMFORT my 5 STARS.

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