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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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    Hold me

    Excellent story and looking forward to reading more. Susan explored each character and the stories of
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    Another great Fool's Gold read

    Want me to tell you a secret? I absolutely LOVE Mallery’s Fool’s Gold series. Oh, that’s not a secret, is it? :) The dialogue is always snappy, the characters have depth and are interesting, the stories hold my page after page, and it’s all tied up with a nice HEA bow at the end. Perfection! I think what I found most interesting about Hold Me is that it strayed a little from the formula of the previous stories. We still are given a wonderful hero and heroine, intriguing secondary characters that are sure to have their own story, and little updates on some old friends. This time the story focuses more on Kipling and Destiny’s discovery of themselves and how they fit in with those around them. There are plenty of wonderful interactions between the two and they fall in love bit by bit throughout the story, but it seems to be less important than the outside interactions. Those coming back to Fool’s Gold will know that this is a part of all of her stories but it just seemed to play into more this time … and I really like it! Destiny has spent her whole life running from the fame of her parents – and the musical gift that they gave her. But this summer she’s in Fool’s Gold on a job and brought along the half-sister that she doesn’t know. Starr’s mom died and their dad is on tour so Destiny is the only one who can help the girl. Seeing her family from someone else’s perspective and dealing with the responsibility of being the guardian to a teenager has Destiny looking at things a little differently. As the sisters get to know each other better and start to look at the future, it becomes obvious to Destiny that her life won’t ever be the same. Kipling has always been a go getter. He’s spent years at the top of the skiing world … only to have it all crash and burn. Like Destiny, he’s also taking a good look at who he is now and what the future will be. His sister is in Fool’s Gold as well and there is some residual guilt over their past that has a hold on him. It’s intriguing to watch as Kipling has to learn where he fits with those around him – when to step in, when to step out and when they just need his support. It’s an interesting journey for both Kipling and Destiny as they try to find their paths – sometimes walking together, sometimes side by side and sometimes on their own but always toward a HEA that will make you smile. It’s a beautiful trip, as they make peace with their pasts and look toward their futures, and Mallery once again does a wonderful job of bringing it to her readers. (Complimentary copy provide in exchange for an honest review)
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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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