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  • Would make a great movie too!

    This was an emotionally charged novel and I loved it! It resonated with me so much. Beth and Sam meet on a blind date set up by a couple, Nichole worked with Beth and Rocco was Sam's best friend. My husband and I were set up in the very same way on a blind date by a couple in which I worked with her and my now husband worked with him. They thought we would click but I had my doubts at first, we too were very different. Sam and Beth immediately decided they were too different and after dinner with their friends, couldn't each get away from the other quick enough. That's how Sam happened to be at the same stop light when Beth was suddenly hit by another car, a teenager texting. He rushed to her side and stayed with her until the ambulance arrived. Thus began an unusual relationship. He was a car mechanic and she a music teacher and accomplished pianist. This was another thing that drew me to the story. I couldn't wait to read about their relationship, whether they stayed together, were just friends or bombed out. The characters, to me, were so endearing, especially Beth's Aunt Sunshine. She was an older lady that had devoted her life to her artistry, painting, after a failed love relationship. She and Beth were close much to Beth's mother's chagrin. Ellie was pretty much a snob and very unlike able. Sunshine was a strong positive force in Beth's life and she and Sam both helped Beth through her injuries and rehab. "Watching" as these different relationships developed was so rewarding and I found myself smiling a lot while I read. This is another great book by Debbie Macomber and I'd love to see this one made into a movie! I received this ebook from the publisher through Netgalley and was not required to write a review, positive or otherwise.

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  • Pleasurable Clean Romantic Read!

    Blind dates can be dreadful or surprising. Beth and Sam weren’t looking forward to the one their friends set up. What happens on that date was life-changing! A pleasurable clean romantic read. Loved the characters and the witty banter; especially revisiting Rocco and Nicole, Aunt Sunshine and ultimately, Peter. The story was good, though rushed. 3 1/2 stars. Voluntarily read an ARC thru Netgalley and the publisher for an honest review.

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  • If Not for You

    Fun read. Relationships, struggles and acceprance. Perfect Debbie Macomber. Enjoy your joyrney....

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  • Fell good read

    Intro is enticing. The next several chapters were really long and mundane and I was thinking of dropping it. Then it really picked up and, all of sudden, l found myself really connecting with the characters and quite enjoyed it.

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