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    Fantastic Story!

    ARC of Heartsong Cottage. I read this book in less than a day and Loved it. The story being Daniel Garretts, a man who lost his son due to a child abduction and his wife, who could not cope with the loss, there were some difficult parts in the book to read but I so enjoyed the way the whole story played out. Heartsong Cottage did not have all the conflict between characters that are prevalent in so many stories. There are emotional struggles but they are dealt with honestly and maturely and I really appreciated that in this story. You just love Daniel who is a great guy, who is truly a Hero for so many reasons and Shannon, who fits him perfectly because she has been running from traumatic events in her life. Heartsong Cottage was to me a page turner because I wanted to know what was going to happen with the main characters next, I wanted to know what Shannon was running from and I wanted to know what would bring the two together. If you love the Eternity Springs series by Emily March then add this to your to read list, you will not be disappointed.
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    Fantastic

    This is the tenth book in the Eternity Springs series and I think each book just keeps getting better and better. And no one needs the healing powers of Eternity Springs like Daniel Garrett and Shannon O'Toole. Both have suffered tremendous loss in their lives and now live sheltered and hidden lives. Together, with the help of the residents of Eternity Springs, perhaps they can put the past where it belongs and begin living for the future. Or can they??? Loved this story! It is packed with a ton of emotion, both heartache and joy. This one needs to be on everyone's must read list!! I highly recommend it.
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    Heartsong Cottage by Emily March - heart warming

    Heartsong Cottage by Emily March The wedding cliche of not leaving alone is the beginning "encounter" in this contemporary and lovely romance. Mild and g-rated, no sex. It's ok. While in the past I may have objected, the sexual tension is not high here. It's more about Shannon and Daniel learning to not be alone and maybe trusting each other. It's about friendship and companionship. And community. And recovery. A few tears in two scenes made this a touching, heart-felt read. I love the storyline of Eternity Springs. Everyone rallies when needed. Community is key in Eternity Springs. There are lots of residents that make appearances from previous stories. While it's nice to know who is who, it's not necessary to have read the prior books. Daniel Garrett investigates missing children cases as a direct result of losing his own child and subsequently his wife. His job is extremely taxing on his emotional state and he leads a lonely life. Shannon O'Toole is on the run from a stalker but no one in Eternity Springs is aware of her history. She wants to keep it that way for the day she will have to run again. It's a lonely existence. Celeste, (an angel on earth?) dispenses words of wisdom. I won a copy of this book from the author in a contest.
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    Wonderful Contemporary Romance!

    Before I finished this book I sent an e-mail to my sister telling her to look for the Eternity Springs series by Emily March hoping that she will be able to find and check them out from her library. It is a GREAT book! It is the first book I have read by this author but it will not be my last!!! Some of the words and phrases I wrote down in my notebook while reading include: *multi-layered *great character development *wonderful dialogue *real people *intense emotions *heartstrings *heartache *sweet *deep *believable *”pets are family” Book ten of the Eternity Springs series tells the story of Samantha and Daniel. Neither is looking for love or a relationship but find more than they bargained for at a wedding. The fact that they did not fall in love immediately, had issues from their pasts to contend with, were both a bit leery and took their time to get to know one another was a good thing. I enjoyed the snippets of memory Daniel shared with Samantha related his son (Justin) and Justin’s dog Soupy Lou – it was heartwarming and brought the characters to life in a special way. I enjoyed meeting some of the characters that must have been in previous books and may show up in those that will follow. I like Eternity Springs and look forward to finding out more about the people that live there. I also want to know how the mosaics Samantha is creating for the Mama, Papa and Baby Bear cabins will turn out. This was a delightful book and I would like to thank NetGalley and Saint Martin’s Press for the advanced readers’ copy I received.
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    Touching, moving -- I devoured it in 1 night!

    I’ve wanted a story for Daniel since he appeared in Miracle Road, and I finally got my wish! I devoured the book in a single sitting. I loved Shannon, and Daniel is a good guy in dire need of healing. On some levels, he’s still pretty messed up by what happened to his family, though. Both are complex enough to be interesting, and the attraction between them is clear and strong. I was drawn into the book from the very beginning — a rather dark prequel that gives us Daniel’s backstory. It took quite a bit longer to learn all of Shannon’s backstory, but I felt that I got to know her pretty well without knowing all the details up front. I love her fondness for vinyl records and old music! She’s someone I would really enjoy being friends with. Emily March writes so well that by now, Eternity Springs and its residents feel real to me — as though I live there or at least get to visit for a few weeks each year, instead of a few hours each book. That sense of realness and of one of the things I love about the series — along with the wonderful love stories, of course! There’s plenty to swoon about in Heartsong Cottage. I’m usually more about the tender moments than the steamier bits, and there were several touching moments that gave me all the feels – plus one amazing apology that totally melted my heart. As you would expect, Celeste and the other residents of Eternity Springs make several appearances. I didn’t see quite as much of them as I would have liked (what can I say — I like these people and I always want more of them!) but there were enough scenes to keep me smiling as I encountered old friends. There is one scene in the book that really bothers me, however. Without going into details, Daniel’s reaction to something in that scene felt very uncharacteristic. Worse, I found the implications for his underlying attitudes and future behavior under stress quite disturbing. His shock is understandable, but the ugliness of some of his words left me shaking my head. The story needs some dramatic conflict at that point, but to me it seemed that the scene went a little too far. The extreme nature of Daniel’s response simply doesn’t fit the man I saw both before and after that episode. To be fair, Shannon has a pretty strong reaction to something earlier in the book, too. The two scenes may be intended to mirror each other, but in Shannon’s case, I thought her reaction was understandable given the circumstances, while as I said, something doesn’t ring true about Daniel’s. Maybe I’m just oversensitive, but it jarred me out of the story, and I took several scenes to get back into the flow. Ms. March made up for it, though, with an unexpected twist and a truly satisfying ending. Other than that one scene, I really enjoyed Heartsong Cottage, and I’m already looking forward to the next one! It looks like Chase and Lori will finally get their own HEA. Until Reunion Pass comes out next April, though, I’ll just have to settle for re-reading some of my favorite Eternity Springs stories. FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a review copy from the author's publicist. All opinions are entirely my own. REVIEW ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED on The Bookwyrm's Hoard blog: bookwyrmshoard.com
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