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  • Sad to say goodbye to the Reeds

    I’m starting with the end – the epilogue is wonderful, pulling all the different books in the series together and giving a fitting “sense of an ending.” The story itself, well, it is vintage Cora Seton, with characters from many of her series popping up and a new vision at Two Willows. We go into the maze again, we see how badly the General’s behavior has affected his relationships with his daughters, and we see a man determined to make good on those relationships. But first and foremost, this is about Emerson and Wyoming – and healing, both emotionally and physically. Emerson is in many ways a typical Cora Seton hero; he gets down to what needs to be done and he does it, whether it’s for the General, for Wyoming, for Elise, and finally for himself. I can’t think of any part of this book that I didn’t like, other than a few heartstopping moments in Wade’s house. I hate saying goodbye to Two Willows, but this is a delightful conclusion to the girls’ stories.

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  • A beautiful end to a good series

    Thank you for the ARC! Meddlesome General Reed does it again! This time, he issues his trustworthy assistant, Sergeant Emerson Meyer, to Cass’s best friend Wyoming Smith. Emerson is on board with this plan. After the incident that brought the General and him to the ranch, he set his eyes on Wyoming. Emerson lost his parents and was sent to live with relatives. They made him feel unwanted. The General gave him a sense of belonging and self-worth. Wye learned, early in life, that men, beginning with her father and brother, take without giving. Therefore, she cautious in trusting Emerson. In this series, love heals the soul. Emerson and Wye will help each other healing. Will the General be able to heal his relationships with her daughters he ruined whit his highhanded behavior? With this book, we say goodbye to Two Willows and all the lovable characters we met in the series.

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  • Everyone wants somewhere to belong!

    Emerson and Wye are two kindred spirits. They’ve each had a difficult upbringing. They both want a home, a family and somewhere to belong, but is this at Two Willows? The General believes it is. He views these two as honorary members of his family and demands Emerson marries Wye. With plenty of family drama this is easier said than done. They both have dreams and wishes and the magic of Two Willows guiding them. In order to move forward together they must let down their guard, take a chance at love and believe that this is where they are meant to belong. This is 100% a definite feel good story. It’s magical, heart warming and not to be missed.

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  • Sergeant for Christmas

    Another great read to complete this series. Got the ebook yesterday & finished it today. All of her characters are vunerable but strong both alone & as couples. Please keep your stories coming.

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  • Emerson & Wyoming -- Honorary Reed family members

    Emerson & Wyoming -- Honorary Reed family members sweet romance. Both were from broken homes in one way or another and affected differently by it. Then the Reed family entered their lives and they met. For Emerson, it was love at first sight, followed by quick admiration. For Wyoming, she had made a series of missteps like her family had before (different steps though) and had trust issues. And why would the Reeds accept them into the fold anyway? There is some sex as well as sweet understanding and the care an extended family can bring. These two struggle to fit in and come together. Fun premise and great series with each standing on its own. Good read!

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