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    Hummingbird Lake

    Once again, March returns with readers to Eternity Springs in a heartfelt and completely unforgettable tale of love, loss, tragedy, and healing. Her enchanting narrative pairs with her picturesque descriptions in a way that allowed me to really experience the setting. March really gives readers a feel for the town and its workings. I loved the mix of small town romance with the faith/heeling aspect of the story. Yet March makes this story so real. It doesn’t have that hokey feel that I find in so many inspirational romances. She’s never trying to shove concepts at readers, simply telling her characters’ stories. The main characters were a bit of a conundrum. Colt kept pushing Sage for more, yet Sage refused to tell him why it wasn't possible for her. I appreciated both of their tenacities and understood where both were coming from. The fact that they were both so genuine, if a bit unwilling to share all their secrets all at once was so real. And I really enjoyed how we get to know more about so many of the characters in this town. Sage’s friends are priceless. They are the epitome of small town women with a twist. I love Celeste’s angel in disguise feel. This was certainly a warm and restorative novel, with some rather emotional moments that brought me to tears. I love how March kept me engaged throughout with this complexly real story where she delves deep into the world of survivors and those around them.
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    Hummibird lake

    A very good read. Some insights into mental coping with Ptsd.

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