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    A Sweet Friends to Lovers Trope

    ***4.5 Stars*** I have been anxiously awaiting Finn's story. What we've learned about Finn so far is that he's a rancher down to the marrow of his bones. He never plans to leave the Farraday Ranch and will one day be the sole ranch operator when his father retires. He's been there since graduating college about six years ago. He also loves his baby niece, Ethan's daughter Brittany, and has had a way with her since the day she moved into the Farraday home. He's the quiet brother who struggles with not having memories of his mother. A loner by choice and because of his ranching obligations he doesn't get out much and although he is certainly not a virgin, he is not your typical man-whore either. I greatly respected him for that. Joanna was Finn's best friend in college. She nicknamed him 'hubby' because when guys got too friendly, handsy and wouldn't take no for an answer she would claim she and Finn were in a relationship and he would play along. In some instances she pretended they were getting married or already wed. They always had an easy friendship which never went beyond those boundaries because they shared a house with two others in college and Finn was too much a gentleman to hit on her. When Joanne stops by for a visit while researching ghost towns they quickly fall back into their easy friendship and begin to realize there's more to them than being platonic buddies. What a great story! This is an angst-free read without triggers and I was able to have a relaxing afternoon as I enjoyed this hero and heroine and their story. They were mature, funny, sweet and so fond of the other. It was everything I had hoped for. I highly recommend this book as well as the series that is based on 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers movie.' Thanks for another great Kris Keniston read!
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    Ms. Keniston paints a beautiful portrait ...

    Ms. Keniston paints a beautiful portrait of family, love and faith in a small town with heart and a bit of ethereal mystery on the side. A four legged friend returns to lay the groundwork for a second chance for Finn and Joanna. Joanna is a city girl with a touch of country in her heart. Finn is country through and through. The land, his family and hard work are deeply ingrained in his soul. Can these opposites learn the value of compromise before all is loss? The most endearing quality about Finn and Ms. Keniston is she allows the reader to draw their own conclusions. Whether it be a mysterious dog, who's there to lend a helping hand. A proud man scared to open himself up to hurt again. Or lastly a reunited couple seeking a second chance. Her stories send the message of hope in good times and bad. We all need that. Ms. Keniston delivers an abundance of heart along with big personality.
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