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    A captivating story!

    I really enjoyed this book due to the sizzling chemistry of the characters and the suspense! I liked the characters and the whole storyline had me hooked! Skye hasn’t been back to Vermont in twelve years but since her half sister called wanting her to come for the weekend she had to go especially with 2 weeks unplanned holiday up her sleeve! Due to an unfortunate thing at work, which was rather funny! But how will Vermont and its people be after all these years? The last thing person she wants to see is the boy who stood her up at gradprom! And especially her step dad, hes a nasty piece of work! We learn some things about what happened years ago and you get the sense that she didn’t have a good upbringing.. Needless to say there are some unspoken words and feelings to be said but some truths come out in the end and I thought maybe theres hope for them! Is there a hea for Skye and Ben? Well read it for yourself, its an emotional story but also you come to learn who is really important in Skye’s life! This is definitely a story that will have your heart beating fast in more ways than one!
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    Loved this book and Benito

    Once I was really pulled into the story I could not put it down. I loved it and it was just an enjoyable read. As usual, this author brings good writing and wonderful characters with just the right amount of humor injected. Benito was hot and seeet and I absolutely loved him!! I was a little thrown off by the narrative quality of the flashback chapters at first, but I got used to it and it didn’t bother me later. Overall, great book and wonderful addition to the series.
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    Fire works

    Not sure exactly what this was all about. The story was choppy and unclear if it was just about sex
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    Fireworks

    Continuing on in Vermont Skye comes back to Vermont to help out her step sister Rayanne, but little does she realise that she will be left on her own and sent to find her old love Benito. Benito is blown away when his brother shows him a photo of who is looking for him, he will not be letting get at from him this time. It doesn't take them long to get back to how they used to be but better Benito cannot get enough of her but he needs her help with getting her step sister and the drug problems they are facing busted up
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    Second-chance romance set in Vermont

    Three and a half stars. Not my favourite Sarina Bowen novel. Skye Copeland is a TV weather presenter until an honest mistake puts her on forced holiday for two weeks. When her scatty step-sister claims she has a scoop and asks her to drive a rental car from New York to Vermont she reluctantly agrees to visit the small town she left 12 years ago. But when she arrives her step-sister gives her the slip and steals the rental car, saying she is mixed up with some dangerous men and Skye should talk to Benito Rossi. Benito is the man she left town to forget and now she's forced into close proximity. Then Benito lets slip that her sister might be involved in a group smuggling drugs that he is investigating and he seems to want to start up again exactly where they left off as if nothing has happened. Stepping back and looking at the reasons why I didn't enjoy this book as much as Sarina's other books, I have to say that I found Benito's attitude a bit odd. He hasn't seen or heard from Skye for 12 years and yet he is calling her "honey" right from the start. Also, we see more of Skye's POV so we feel as though Benito has behaved badly(view spoiler). It is only at the end that Benito turned it around for me. My favourite refrain, I liked it but I didn't love it.
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