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  • Loved it!

    The last thing Jessica wants in her life is to return to Cherry Lake, with her tail between her legs. Broke and homeless she turns to her Grandfather Nate for help. He is willing to help but only if she stays in Cherry Lake for six months and works during that time. Finding a job was a little bit harder than she though, she burned many bridges when she was younger. Damon, owns the town garage shop, whom is willing to hire on Jessica. They were so called friends in high school, until one night and that did not turn out well either, a secret. During the six months, it was wonderful to see how Jessica redeemed herself and how Damon and Jessica grew together. This is a well written book and a great addition to the Cherry Lake Secrets. I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review.

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  • I liked it.

    Jessica left Cherry Lake because she never felt like she belonged. So when the chance presented itself she hightailed it out. Now ten years later she is back. Damon is the guy she left behind with a broken heart. I have to be honest at first introduction, I did not like Jessica very much. But as the story went on and explained some of the backstory I developed a better understanding of the character. In hindsight she had to leave to keep her sanity and maybe it helped her to grow up some. Her Secret Love is a story of finding your voice, speaking your mind, growing up and moving on. I liked it.

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  • A sweet tale .

    I really enjoyed every page of well written candyfloss .The characters were likeable and the storyline was interesting and paced well . Recommended .

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  • Great

    Great read really enjoyed the story.

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  • Her Sweetheart Brand

    This book taught me a lesson: first check the number of pages. 162? Altenburg is a good writer. Her main characters are well-developed, believable, and empathetic. But when I enter a fictional world, I want it populated by more than two people. In Cherry Lake #3, the other characters in the community are either stereotypical or cardboard cutouts are but yelling "I'll be developed in a different story." As well, too often the author has the hero or heroine describe an interaction with another person rather than show it in a scene. It's an easy way to churn out several stories set in one community, but for this reader that is entirely unsatisfactory. I won't be reading another in this series.

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