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  • A time to make amends

    Fun-loving, playboy Ben Laroux never goes over the two date limit. He doesn't do commitments and he makes that very clear to every woman he dates. Oblivious of course to the trail of broken hearts he leaves behind him. Sabine O'Connor, a fairly new transplant to Ministry, Alabama is privy to all the intimate details thanks to being the town psychiatrist. That has made her wary especially since Ben insists on flirting with her. But Sabine has secrets of her own and they're about to all come out in a very big way. The only one she can turn to for help is Ben. Soon she realizes that though Ben may have a reputation as a heartbreaker, he has a heart of gold and honorable intentions. And that what they feel for each other might actually be the real thing. I received an Advanced Reader's Copy from NetGalley for voluntary review consideration.

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  • Packs a big punch.

    Ms. Sands packs big power into a series of small reads with her Alabama Series. Her heroines are spirited, her heroes are relentless and the emotions that spill out are a sight to behold. This time around, a woman finds a soft place to land at the most surprising of times. Will she allow fear of the past to prevent her finding happiness? Forever, Alabama is wise, thoughtful and emotional. Like a fortune cookie or a greeting card, with just a few short words, the author can cause a reader to feel an abundance of emotions. That describes Forever, Alabama and her cast of characters.

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