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  • Have plenty of tissues handy!!!

    This was a fantastic story that just twisted my heart and emotions all over the place. I absolutely adored both Ellie and Finn. Ellie comes home after she received a call from the police about her dad. She discovers the awful truth, her dad has Alzheimer. He can no longer live by himself. Mark McDermott is the town's beloved mortician. Ellie doesn't have a license but her father already put 3 employees in place to help her run the business. Ellie was heading up a big ad campaign back home in Pittsburgh but her father pleads with her to stay. He mentions that he may only have 10 more visits where he may recognize her and he wants those 10 visit (queue the tears!!!). Finn Donovan is back in town and caring for his mom. His father is an abuser that beat on his wife and three sons. Finn served in the Marines before going to college and getting a degree so he could become a mortician himself. Unfortunately the town is small and cannot keep the both of them busy. Ellie and Finn grew up together. They were fierce competitors in school. Finn was her first lover and then he not only ghosted her but took another girl to the graduation party. These two have a lot of history to get through and both have a lot riding on them to succeed in making their own individual business a profitable one. The journey to their HEA is one that will just keep you glued to your e-reader. Make sure though that tissue are close by. The author made these two characters so easy to relate to that they just seemed so human and not fictional characters. I adored reading this in the dual POV format. Both Ellie and Finn keep things close to the vest. Being able to see their thoughts really helped me to identify with them more easily. There were no bedroom scenes (nothing sexual in nature). The author wrote in such a matter that I, the reader, could use my own imagination (or not) to fill in the gaps. It was just eluded to but totally skipped over. I look forward to the remaining brothers' stories in this series. I highly recommend this story to anyone.

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