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    Second Chance Love

    Sage and Scott’s second chance love story in Lone Star Reunion by Justine Davis, book four in her Texas Justice series, reminds us that everyone is deserving of being loved. Sage Hightower is an amazing woman. This cowgirl had a tough upbringing, especially being the only girl and the youngest. Losing her father, the sheriff, and her closest brother on the same day affected her. Losing the boy she loved a couple of years later with no word devastated her. Scott Parrish constantly courted trouble as he never fit in or was accepted by his family. He believed no one cared or tried to understand him, except for Sage. When, at seventeen, he was given a chance to turn his life around, he grabbed it; unfortunately at the cost of behind the girl he loved. When Scott returns, ten years later, for his brother’s funeral, he had planned to thank the judge who believed in him; not to stay. Sage finally has the chance to convince Scott, the boy-turned-hero, to give their love a chance; especially in the hometown he's hated for years. Ms. Davis wrote a wonderful and emotional story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry and charming characters giving Sage and Scott a chance to live a life full of love. I highly recommend Lone Star Reunion to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    A sweet romance

    This is a beautiful story we have two people damaged in their own ways who had a strong connection when they where younger Now they reconnect and the connection is still there but is it enough for them to build somthing with Sage Highwater didn't have the best life after all she was not only the youngest Highwater but also the only girl but the one person she had a connection with was Scott Parrish he didn't have that great a life either and was constantly in trouble the only person that seemed to understand him was Sage When he was seventeen he got himself into trouble but a judge saw the good in him and gave him a chance but it meant he had to leave breaking Sage's heart in the process. Now ten years later Scott has returned a battle scarred Marine sniper to bury his brother, is there still a connection between Sage and him and can they have a future together when he intended to leave yet again.
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    Really enjoyed it

    Really enjoyed this book. Both Scott & Sage were wonderfully complicated characters. I enjoyed the heat & intensity between them. Their past made it that much more of a roller coaster ride & made me love it that much more. Thank you to Tule publishing for allowing me to read this book for an honest review.
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    Older, Wiser, and Just as in Love

    The Texas Justice Series by Justine Davis has been one of my all time favorites by this author as well as in the many Tule Publishing stories that take place in Last Stand, Texas. Lone Star Reunion has Sage Highwater as the main female character. She in the lone sister of four older brothers. Her family has endured and survived tragedy recent and in the past. Her strong resilient spirit is a testimony to the pioneer women who helped settle Texas. Scott Parrish’s past is tragic to say the least though without the family support that Sage had growing up. He does pull himself up by his Marine bootstraps to become a man of integrity. He is back in Last Stand for a short time because of a family tragedy. Facing Sage again, there are many issues that must be resolved by these two former friends and loves. I found that these characters are genuine with a commonsense approach to problems and life now. Despite the ten years these two have been apart, they are made for each other. The mystery surrounding Sage’s missing brother is also part of their story just as it has been in the last three books. I loved Sage’s story now finding it hard to wait for Kane’s. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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