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    Just loved this

    First time I read any of her books. She has great way of telling a story. Not any stupid characters, very believable. Compare right up there with Susan Mallery or Jill Shavlis. Going on to the next in the series. Good times. Don't pass her. Read her.
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    Going Home

    I really liked the premise of the plot and the interesting background of small town Nugget in Going Home. The way Stacy included some of Nugget's somewhat horrifying history really brought the place to life! Both of the main characters, Maddy and Rhys are strong. They come from very different backgrounds, but that doesn't stop the attraction they have for each other. In present day they have very different lives too though. Maddy has goals, and they are centered around her new life in Nugget. Rhys is only back in Nugget temporarily, and is counting down the days until he can leave again. Seeing these two together and the push and pull of their budding relationship made Going Home a lively read. I felt that both of them and their struggles were realistic and believable. I could understand the reactions both of them had to their own circumstances, and these reactions made Maddy and Rhys real. I liked that the focus of Going Home was not entirely on Maddy and Rhys' relationship. They both have a lot of other things going on that they are dealing with...some things very unexpected! There are a lot of secondary characters in Going Home as well as sub plots, but they are all relevant to the main plot and Stacy ties it all together smoothly. The characters and town of Nugget are certainly quirky, adding tension and uncertainty to the main plot. I liked how Stacy did this, it made Nugget seem like a place that could be anywhere! Stacy kept the plot moving, not giving away everything all at once, but keeping me intrigued and interested. I felt like I really got to know Rhys and Maddy. I could easily picture Nugget and the places Stacy describes in Going Home. A well paced, great start to a series, I'd recommend Going Home to any romance reader especially if you like small town settings and all the dynamics they entail!
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    I read book 6 before I realized this was a series so I already knew Rhys and Maddie get married. However I wanted to read how they got together. This book didn't disappoint. Rhys is a loner who never really fit in with the small town he grew up in. He left at 18 and never turned back. Maddy has been married for t years but her heart was shattered when she found out her husband has been cheating almost as long as they have been married with his cousins wife. Maddy and Rhys ended up living beside each other and have instant chemistry which they both fight at first. They both hit a few roadblocks along the way however they realize that you cant control love and sometimes it is better to relocate and be with the one you live rather than follow your dreams and be lonely.

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