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    Heartfelt story - best by far in this series!

    This was the best book by far in this series. It was real life - the other two books were very good but this one stole my heart. The way the author presented the story had me feeling strongly for all the family members involved. Very well written!
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    Can you choose between family and love?

    ***Received as an ARC from NetGalley for honest Opinion) This story is about a family that is struggling. They have lost their youngest member to war and have now discovered that he has secrets of his own. Trevor Harris has been left to tidy up his little brother's mess, that includes a child name Henrietta (commonly known as Etta) and her mother, Morgan. Morgan had grown accustomed to raising her young daughter by herself but when her father's family starts appearing and wanting contact she is unsure what to make of it after her father Henry decided that he wanted nothing to their daughter. Morgan knows the Harris family are good people because the took her in as a foster child for a summer, but she is unsure what they will think of her as a parent. Trevor has decided to do everything in his power to protect Morgan and Etta, the way his brother should have. This story is told in alternating first person's point of view. You have Morgan who tells her story of having a hard time letting someone else in to help with Etta after Henry leaving and doing everything on her own. It also shows her romantic struggles for Trevor and the tense relationship between her and the boys' mother. Trevor's story is about finding out about his niece but also discovering his attraction for her mother and wondering how that will come into play. Trevor and Morgan's romance is slowly developed as the both are wondering what lines can and can not be crossed. The story is evenly paced but is told as two separate tales for most of the story, it does not really begin to blend till towards the end. The writing and language are good and get you connected to the characters and setting. Yes, I would recommend this book. The story is all about finding family in a unique way. It is also about recovery and grief and how it affects our minds and what we think and do. It's for those who believe in unconditional love and love knows no bounds. It would be good for any young woman or man who wants to believe in love or all kinds.

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