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  • Cant wait to read the previous books.

    This is the third book in the series but is the first one I have read and I really did enjoy it and cannot wait to go and read the previous books in the series. The author did a great job with this book and I quickly found myself pulled into the story the plot was good and I really liked getting to know the characters.

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  • Granny’s advice about the right one was so true.

    This was such a good tale about a young woman who leaves home trying to start over. I have never heard of hand spinning so off to YouTube so now I have to try doing it. I love it when a simple story like this brings new information about an interesting craft. I liked the characters in this piece and Choteau, MT. sound wonderful. Megan and Dylan are both artists both feel that they do not fit in where they are in life or with each other. There are very real emotions and reactions with these characters it makes for an endearing and charming read. There is an added bonus of a pattern for a hat and mittens. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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  • Beautiful and captivating journey to love

    Megan finds herself starting over, leaving North Carolina, she lands in Montana where the beauty of the mountains draws her in. I love her grit and determination as she focuses on her goals of building of business about fiber to fabric. So many people have let her down in her life so doing this on her own drives her. She works at a local café where she meets Dylan Beck. Dylan is the middle child, great at referring his siblings but struggling to find his purpose in life. His passions is art – painting, drawing – but he hasn’t found any real success. Meeting Megan, he is captivated by her drive and passion for fabric. While he drawn to her, he also is hesitant since she isn’t a local, he is afraid she will leave due to the harsh winters. As he tries to be a friend to Megan, she struggles to accept help and let him in. Will she be too stubborn to realize love is possible for her? That she can trust someone? I love the slow burn for this couple as they both work to find and pursue their passions.

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  • Gentle Hero and Inspiring Heroine

    I love to read romance, and I have to admit that a good beta hero and a strong heroine is my favorite combination. I love it when couples bring out the best in each other, which happens more often in this combination. I also enjoy romances where one romantic partner or both has a large family of siblings with complex family dynamics. So, I'm happy to say that this book ticks all the boxes for me. Our hero is a man at the crossroads, helping on the family ranch but desiring it to be an artist, a painter. He's even gone so far as to exhibit his work, but galleries aren't interested in continuing to show his work because they don't sell. Our heroine is not in the place she wants to be, but she is working hard to make her dream a reality. I loved that her wheelhouse was fiber arts, as I am a knitter and crocheter myself. (Though I don’t spin!) It's always fun to see your hobby reflected in books you read. This book takes place in Montana, and the author did a fantastic job of making you feel like you were in this small town and its surrounding area. You could almost go so far as to say the location was almost another character in itself. The book is long, which gives it plenty of space for more intricate plot lines and character development beyond just the couple. I hadn't read any other books in this series, and I imagined that my enjoyment would have been increased if I had, but it was certainly not diminished because I had not. If you like well-written contemporary romance with some family drama going on as well as the couple finding not each other but their place in the world, you may very well enjoy this complex and nuanced story. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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