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    Susan Fox brings her Caribou Crossing series to an end with a poignant story of one man looking for redemption and a woman yearning for a family of her own. Maribeth Scott is the owner of the thrift shop in Caribou. Her life is full of wonderful friends, a business she enjoys, and her charitable work but she longs for family. She's given up on finding that one true love but a baby she can still have. If everything goes well at the clinic she should be pregnant by Christmas! Mo Kincaid is back in Caribou after twenty years. In his youth he was wild, reckless, and generally a horrid person. He's back to hopefully make amends to the people he hurt the most and build back relationships he previously destroyed. His first day back is quite eventful. He finds a job, a dog, and meets the lovely Maribeth. There is definite chemistry between these two but knowing what she is looking for Mo is certain he is too damaged to be what Maribeth needs. This story will definitely touch your heart and it was a great way to wrap up this series. I would definitely recommend this series.
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    great characters and emotional story

    So, this is my first Caribou Crossing book and I really enjoyed it. It’s got that perfect amount of drama, romance, humor and growth. Not having read any of the other stories I didn’t have an opinion of Mo or Maribeth coming into this and I think that helped a bit. From the beginning Mo is honest about what a bad person he was in his youth. But he’s matured a lot and is now a stand-up guy, back in town to try to make amends to his ex and his son. Considering the both of them have had stories, returning readers might find it a little harder time letting him in, but I was drawn to him right away. His honesty about the man he used to be and the way he doesn’t expect anything positive drew me to him. I was rooting for him to finally find a place to call home, someone to love and accept him so that he could finish becoming that better man. I’m not sure what role Maribeth has played before, other than that of a friend. She seems to be pretty comfortable with herself (maybe too comfortable sometimes :) ) but her life hasn’t turned out quite like she expected. Alone and approaching her 40th birthday she’s at the point of taking matters into her own hands when pure luck puts her into Mo’s orbit. While she does a little growing of her own, more importantly she provides the acceptance that Mo needs and helps push him into stepping even further outside of his comfort zone and connecting to the people around him. Helps him dream of something more and find the family that he didn’t know he wanted. She doesn’t try to change him too much, accepting the person he is, but she pushes him to look into himself and want more than he ever thought he deserved. Based on this I may have to go back and check out Fox’s backlist. She’s got a great talent for delivering delightful reads full of friends & family, a little steam and a whole lotta heart, great characters and straightforward, emotion driven stories. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)

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