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    Loved it!

    I received an ARC for an honest review. Donna Kauffman does not disappoint! This series has stolen my heart. A beautiful escape to Blue Hollow Falls, most excellent charecters, believable story lines... I could not ask for more! In this book we follow Will's story. He goes from a quiet man who has been a worker bee in the background of the last stories, to the forefront, his confrontation with his past and finding love again. His sine Jake continues to be an amazing part of this story and series. Will finds love with Hannah, a new charecter to the arena. She has dealt with her own tragedies and has fallen head over heels for Will. It did not take long for these to to realize the amazing family they became. That right there melted my heart. I can not wait to read more stories about the people of Blue Hollow Falls who continue to become their own intertwined family. So many to choose from... Who's next?! I vote Chey!!
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    Fantastic

    Wonderfully sweet and heartwarming. It's a story of two lost souls who have suffered great loss and are trying to find their way through the grief. Hannah Montgomery has come to Blue Hollow Falls to start over along with three friends. Together they have bought a lavender farm Wilson McCall is working on the farm when he meets Hannah for the first time. He's a widower left to raise his teenage son on his own. It's been years since he lost his wife but he's never moved on. Now Hannah is stirring his heart back to life. These two quickly form a friendship but it's not long before they are both yearning for more. Trusting and loving again may be more than either of them can handle though. Beautifully written with many emotional highs and lows. Don't miss this must read. I highly recommend it.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Lavender Blue by Donna Kauffman Blue Hollow Falls #3 I love Blue Hollow Falls and the community that lives there. I can see it, feel it and want to be a member of it as I read the stories that take place within it. This was a book that warmed my heart and made me happy even though the heavy topic of loss, grieving and making one’s way forward with life after a great loss was central to this book. It was healing, good and provided a HEA...I thoroughly enjoyed it! Hannah Montgomery and three of her friends, met at a grief group, have gone together to purchase a lavender farm in Blue Hollow Falls. Each of the women have suffered loss and bring special talents to their joint business venture. I look forward to finding out what will happen to Chey, Avery & Vivi in future books. Hannah is an artist and illustrator who lost her son and is divorced from her husband. Her way of living through the pain warmed my heart and as she shared her thoughts with others I grew to like her more and more. She was comfortable in her skin, knew what she wanted, was a good friend, willing to give and to share, enjoyed life and found humor and beauty around her. Wilson “Will” McCall was a hunk and a half but a quiet deep sort of man. He is a widow and single parent of a fourteen year old son. In the previous book I liked him and hoped he would be able to deal with his grief and in this book he does just that...and opens himself up to what life again. I loved the way he interacted with his son and how that relationship grew, too. Will and Hannah were perfect for one another and I liked the slow growth to their relationship and the fire that entered it when they finally opened up to one another. I loved this book and hope that this series will continue long enough for Will’s son Jake to grow up and choose what he wants to do with his life and also to find out what will happen to Bailey – she is someone I would love to see as an adult in the future. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensginton-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Great characters

    Since Wilson McCall appeared in the first book of this series, I have been dying to know his story. He obviously had some major stuff going on, but he definitely wasn't talking about it. Then he had an unexpectedly emotional reaction to Jake's learning to play the fiddle in Bluestone and Vine. That just broke my heart for Will, and I was thrilled for him to get his HEA. The path to that HEA is very emotional. I didn't even try to count the number of times I had to wipe tears from my eyes in order to keep reading. Given the synopsis, that wasn't a big surprise. The surprise was how uplifting the discussions of loss were -- but in a realistic way, not a patronizing way. Everyone is this book has lost at least one important person, and they all have ideas about dealing with loss to bring to the table. If I had to pick a central message for this book, it would be that those of us who are still living have to find ways to honor and remember those we have lost while we live the best way we know how. Having just lost my mother last year, this resonated with me. Hannah is a new character in the series, and I enjoyed getting to know her. She is very grounded and in touch with herself. She is also very thoughtful and compassionate. I loved her. She is exactly the kind of woman I would love to go to dinner with or hang out with. I also really loved the friends Hannah brought with her into Blue Hollow Falls. Those women are hilarious, and I hope they are getting stories soon. I love this series, and the characters that populate it. I can't recommend it highly enough.
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    A perfect, beautiful, emotional love story!

    I have never read a book of Donna Kauffman's that I have not loved and this one is no exception. What I will tell you is that this story brought with it a lot of really strong emotions and at times I just kept the Puffs right next to me! Hannah Montgomery, along with her 3 friends, decide to buy a lavender farm in Blue Hollow Falls. Each of them have things from their past that they are trying to put behind them and thought this new adventure just might do the trick. Hannah's past involved her teenage son that she lost way too young. The ladies hire Wilson "Will" McCall to help fix up the old farm. Hannah is strongly drawn to Will and quickly realizes that Will has lost someone very close to him....his wife. Will also has a 14 year old son, Jake, who just happens to be the same age that her son, Liam, would have been. As Hannah and Will bond over their grief, the normally quiet Will is in awe of how Hannah handles the past. He would very much like to move on with his life because it has been 10 years since Zoey died but he just isn't sure how. For once Will is ready to try and move on with his life but as Hannah gets closer to Will and Jake, she is not sure if she will really be able to handle a teenage boy in her life that reminds her a lot of Liam. As Will and Hannah navigate through this emotional roller coaster ride, they both have to figure out how to honor their past while at the same time embracing these new feelings that they have for each other. I just adored these characters. They were both so real that I felt like I could really be friends with either of them. Will seemed like the perfect guy that you would want loving you because when he finally does give his heart, he gives it 110%! Hannah on the other hand didn't need much encouragement when it came to Will...she was ready to jump head first into that hunk of a man! I loved Hannah's fresh, uplifting way of life. I wish more people in the world were like her. Overall this book was perfect! This was another great addition to this series and I hope we get to read Hannah's friends stories in the near future! ;)
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