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    Nice Romantic Read

    This was my first book of Susan Mallory's that I have read. Hold Me was a nice romantic read for me. Kipling was an Olympic athlete then started a new life in Fool's Gold due to an injury while skiing. He is the problem solver and wants to fix everyone's problems. Destiny comes to Fool's Gold to set up the STORM program, which is a search and rescue program for the town. She is running from her past as she grew up with country music parents, who were controlled by sex and failed marriages. She doesn't want to be like them, but the harder she tries to not be like them, she becomes exactly her mother. She is thrown into caring for a half sister from one of her father's previous flings and falling for the handsome Kipling. She is unsure of herself and makes one mistake that changes her life forever. Kipling enjoys the challenge to fix Destiny, but at what cost and how far does he go to fix things. I enjoyed the characters and how Ms Mallory introduced them to the reader, however having said that I think Destiny came across weak and insecure within her life. I would have like to see her strong with the decisions and choices she made within the storyline. I would recommend this book to anyone, who enjoys a nice romantic read. I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.
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    Enjoyable

    A great addition to a wonderful series. .The inhabits of this lovely town ...like this book are a welcoming story
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    Not quite as sweet as the rest but still good!

    *sigh* Another fabulous visit to Fool's Gold! This book is about Destiny Mills and Kipling Gilmore. This trip to Fool's Gold seemed a little different than previous trips. The story line centered more around Destiny, Kipling and their sisters and not quite so much interaction with the town. We did see old friends and of course Mayor Marsha but they were more in the background than usual, which was fine and didn't detract from the story at all. Destiny reminded me a little of Felicia. Not in the super genius way but in the, just-the-facts and no real word world experience, kind of way. She's been put through a lot growing up with famous parents who paid more attention to themselves than their children. Thank God for Grandma Nell! I'm so happy that Kipling found someone to cure his serial monogamist ways. Their adventure, starting out as friends and going from there, has a few rough patches but the journeys eye-opening for both of them. This is a little less sweet than normal romance, with tons of self-discovery, in our favorite little town of Fool's Gold. It's always sad to leave and I can't wait to come back again! Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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    The perfect blend of humor and drama

    I was so excited to read the next installment in Fool's Gold, and it did not disappoint. Destiny and Kipling are both new to Fool's Gold. They both want a sense of belonging to friends and family. Kipling is such a HERO in more than one way. They find love when least expected. There is a perfect blend of humor and family drama to make every reader wanting more. It was great to catch up with the rest residents of Fool's Gold. I love this series. I highly recommend visiting Fool's Gold.
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    Another winner in the Fool's Gold series

    Honestly can Susan write a bad book? This one was just a fun to read as her very first Fool's Gold book was. I love how she weave all the towns characters into each story line. Well done again Susan.
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