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    Amazing Story

    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I loved this story! I loved Riley's alpha male personality. I liked how the book was about really issues and not silly made up ones. I also like how Sophia was a strong independent female. I have yet to ever read a book by Heatherly Bell that I absolutely did not love. I look forward to reading more of her books and I highly recommend this one.
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    Loved it!

    Life is not always easy, and sometimes it doesn't matter how much you love someone, things still don't work out the way you wished. Riley and Sofia still have the connection, even though very fragile by now, after years of separation. They weren't that long time together, but they seemed to know each other well, like they haven't forgotten a minute of the time they spent in each other's company. Do they still care about each other, no doubt, but is there too much hurt, pain, and hurtful memories, to keep them separated, and keep them from each other. Is there enough strength and courage to face the life together, with the possibility, that there might be hurt and pain in some level again. The story is lovely and sweet, yet at times brutally honest with the feelings of a deployed soldier's spouse - the fear, the possibility of losing your loved one, the what if, the loneliness, the waiting. As emotionally involved I got while I was reading, it was inevitable, that it was going to break my heart a bit in the process. And it did. Because it gets real, raw, and genuine with the realities of life. But it also built it all back together, and even stronger, if you give it a chance. The small town where it all happens, the problems of a new police chief, the trouble with his sister and her boyfriend, the restaurant, Sofia runs, her fear of losing a loved one, they all play a part in the tale, as well as her large family, and dear friends. The story goes back and fort in the past and in the present, but never was there any doubt of the time. It was more than just a love story, it was more than just a tribute to all the military spouses, and what they sacrifice, it was a story about love, life, and growth, living to your full potential, recognizing the dangers of mistakes, but still embracing this thing called living. It is a story, that is so easy to fall in love with, the town, the characters, and the Italian food ~ Five Spoons
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    Second Change at Love

    Thank you to NetGalley and the author for the copy of this ARC to read for an honest review. This second chance at love contemporary romance deals with young love, trust, communication, family and fears. The book also brings up subjects like dysfunctional families, at risk youth, online dating, friendship, work and adrenaline junkies…to name a few. Sophia and Riley met and married when young and Sophia did not weather the military wife gig with deploying husband easily. One day an ultimatum was thrown down that led to a lengthy separation spanning years. I kind of wondered how they could live apart for such a long period of time without communication or contact and just leave things as they were. Anyway, about the time Sophia thinks she is ready to step back into the dating pool again Riley comes home. Moving from active duty as a Marine to a different and quieter life as chief of police he has an agenda – to woo his wife and deal with his sister’s issues. I know Sophia and Riley had chemistry and claimed to love one another but if their love was so great then why would they not at least try to communicate and fix things earlier than they did?
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    ...straight forward pure storytelling.

    How can two people that are so different feel so right together? Riley and Sophia go beyond complicated. So young, so in love, so naive. Ms. Bell painted a beautiful picture of a storybook romance that proved to be anything but. Riley chose career over love and that was the beginning of the end for these lovebirds. Sophia has settled into her life. She is content if not completely happy. A surprise return and a hot pursuit send her right back into the spin cycle that blew up her happiness the first time. Forever with You is a second chance romance plain and simple. There are no frills just straight forward pure storytelling. Had fun with this cute story.
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