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  • I Loved Returning to Blue Hollow Falls

    Home Sweet Home by Fern Michaels, Donna Kauffman, and Melissa Storm, is a wonderful compilation of three romances involving going home or finding home. Each author brought their romance to life in a short novella and left you looking forward to more from each of them. Each wrote a delightful romance in their style in order to tell their own story. Three’s a crowd by Fern Michaels features Samantha Stewart returning home for Mother’s Day after spending three years reporting from war zones; bringing with her a few surprises for her parents. New Beginnings in Blue Hollow Falls by Donna Kauffman features Kate MacMillan arriving from Dublin to help with her sister, Pippa’s pregnancy. Blue Hollow Falls felt like home to Kate, especially with so many members of her family popping in to check on Pippa. Kate is anticipating a new beginning but a second chance just might also be in the cards when she encounters, and confronts Declan MacGregor, her first crush and brother’s best friend. Bring Me Home by Melissa Storm features loner Hazel Long as she spends time with her ill father. While he is at the hospital for treatment she finds friendship among other visitors and the kindness of a handsome male nurse. Hazel’s father begins to share with her the story of the mother who died when Hazel was quite young. This was an unexpected opportunity for them to bond. Ms. Kauffman, Ms. Michaels and Ms. Storm wrote wonderful and moving stories that are not to be missed. Each story is filled with fun dialogue, engaging characters and the magic of being with family. I highly recommend Home Sweet Home to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • It takes you there

    This was a delight to dive into with three great reading authors waiting inside. I was working my way through the sisters series so was very pleased with the author line up. With the title you get three very much stories that bring you the feeling of home. As a grandparent Fern gave us a story that touches on my emotional strings strongly especially since I love all my grandchildren to pieces. Samantha has a special story that takes her home with us following her. Then another fabulous author gives us one that plays with our heart and gives us home. Bonus it also held a second chance that rev up the engine is putting it lightly. We follow Katie to see where her future takes her. The last author I do not read as much as I like but I do when I can so was most pleased to see her in this. It also brought memories when I bonded with my father in hospice like never before. So to say this one tore at my heart would not be a lie but the sunshine that came with it brightened the day.

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  • Enjoyable - the Blue Hollow Falls one the best!

    I initially wanted to read this because of the Donna Kaffman story in her Blue Hollow Falls series, one of my favourites, but I really enjoyed the Fern Michaels story too. THREE'S A CROWD by Fern Michaels - 4 stars This was about Samantha (former overseas reporter/Afghanistan etc.) and her baby daughter Caroline, who were finally coming home to the US and staying with Samantha's parents, who couldn't wait to see her after three years, but had no idea about the baby! I'm not sure why she kept it such a secret from them, even though there were admittedly government sort of things going on in the background. I found the story very enjoyable, with an added bit of mystery about the baby's 'missing' Father, which eventually was revealed. The ending felt a little bit rushed to me, but it was a short story, but I really enjoyed the relationship between Sam and her parents, both of whom were great characters, especially her Mum! NEW BEGINNINGS IN BLUE HOLLOW FALLS by Donna Kauffman - 5 stars This story is the reason I read this anthology in the first place, as I am a big fan of the Blue Hollow Falls series and would highly recommend all of them. This time we're back with pregnant Pippa (Irish folk artist/now married and living in Blue Hollow Falls) and her sister Katie MacMillan, her PA and right hand person, who comes over from Dublin to help control the influx of family visitors (lots of!) in the last months of a difficult pregnancy. Once there Katie realises that Declan (taken in as an honorary family member from a very young age / Katie's first and only love) has also moved there. They've avoided each other for 10 years but can no longer do that as they're now both living in Blue Hollow Falls. Of course they eventually resolve their issues and there is a really lovely ending. I just love this series, the characters are fabulous and you want them all to be your friends! BRING ME HOME by Melissa Storm - Didn't Read I must admit I'd never heard of Melissa Storm before, and even though I started the story it wasn't really my sort of thing (a story about a woman's Dad dying of cancer) so I gave it a miss. After the other two stories in this anthology I didn't think this one was really the right one to end it, it didn't really fit with the other two more upbeat stories, which was a shame. But I'm sure other people like her work and enjoyed it, just not for me.

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  • Great reading

    Heartwarming, emotionally thrilling and engaging down home romantic adventures filled with exciting charters, witty banter, heart racing twists and undeniable sweet passion. Really enjoyed all three of these stories and the exciting sweetly emotional journey they send you on.

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