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    Another Melody Anne winner.

    The Unexpected Heroes series is another Melody Anne winner. Have already read Her Unexpected Hero (Jackson and Alyssa). Spence and Sage's story is even better. With Her Hometown Hero Ms. Anne takes a reader through the journey of two doctors as they reconnect and discover something special. Along the way they endure matchmaking friends and family, insecurities and career obstacles. Sage is a smart person that has allowed life experiences to past her by. Spence has a large capacity for love but is scared to pursue a chance at happiness. Like every story there are moments that make you smile and others that break your heart. However, the true test of an exceptional read is that it leaves you wanting more. This book and series does just that. Received an ARC for an honest review.
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    Could not put it down

    This story had every thing sadness, joy, love, artfulness and quite a few laughs especially between the two girls, Sage and Grace. I thought the way Spence found out what his father had done was priceless, as was the relationship between Spence and Sage.
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    Her Hometown Hero

    With one Whitman brother settled, the matchmaking seniors have set their sights on Spence and they have the perfect match for him - Sage Banks. With some creative manipulation, both Spence and Sage end up working at the hospital in Sterling, with Spence as Sage's trainer during her residency. Sage had a major crush on Spence when she was much younger and still bears him a grudge for not returning her feelings, so their relationship is pretty much a tempestuous one from day one. Spence can barely remember the young Sage who professed her love for him but this Sage is very distracting and he's very much interested in getting to know her and even her hostility towards him isn't going to deter him. I really looked forward to reading HER HOMETOWN HERO because of the glimpses of Spence from the previous book, but for some reason, it took me a while to finish this book because it was difficult to connect with Spence and Sage and get into their story. Sage read like a modified version of Alyssa from HER UNEXPECTED HERO. Their bickering was annoying and long and he came across as arrogant a few times. Even when he tried to romance Sage with the gifts and flowers, the motions, while admittedly cheesy and sweet, felt a bit unrealistic. What redeemed this book for me was the ease with which Spence admitted to his feelings for Sage and the fact that even when he found out about the matchmaking, it did not lessen how he felt for her. My favorite quote : "Love isn’t logical, Sage. It isn’t something you can put in a box, take out when you want to play with it, and then put it back away when it frightens you. It’s imperfect, comes with fits of emotions, and makes your insides flip out. There’s no reason to it, and if it doesn’t scare the hell out of you, you aren’t feeling it strongly enough. Love is scary because when we love someone, we fear losing them. But without love, what’s the purpose of life? If we give ourselves over to love, we win—we always will win." In spite of my issues with the main characters, I still enjoyed the budding romance within the group of seniors and general small-town vibe Ms. Anne has going on in the series. The glimpses of the Grace's relationship also have me interested in their story. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    excellent

    melody anne you works wonders with word. not only have I read this one but all the unexpected heroes series . read from book 1 to book 5 excellent reads all of them. cant wait for next one......when will this be
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