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    Awesome

    Awesome read. This is a reissue of a previously published book and the author did a nice job of updating it while maintaining the original story. It's full of humor, fun, and lots of hot sexy times. Beth is strong, sassy, and determined. Once she makes up her mind that she wants Joe he doesn't stand a chance. She doesn't care how many this is a bad idea excuses he has or how much he protests. I love these characters and the quirky town of Petal. Can't wait for more and I definitely recommend this one.
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    5 Lost In You Stars

    Ten years ago Joe Harris left Petal, Georgia for the military and now he’s a better man that he was when he left. All he wants is to get his garage up and running, take care of his dad and spend time with his dog. But even though he has no plans for a relationship, Joe finds himself being tempted by his best friend’s little sister. This emotionally gripping story grabs readers by the heart and refuses to let go. The romance is full of electrical chemistry and wonderful passionate moments full of depth so that readers really get to know these strong, convincing characters and the emotional turmoil that takes place through this story gets ensures that readers really get the nitty gritty details of everything that Joe is going through with his father and his feelings about entering into a relationship. The small town and the closeness of the families as they come together are really inspiring and make this romance a heartwarming story that readers can really sink their teeth into. This author has a knack for filling her stories with all the emotions of life so that her stories are realistic and comes to life. This romance also has a bonus story at the end that gives readers a fun and happy experience as the couples of Petal, Georgia experience a celebratory night out.
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    Lost In You

    This was such a fun read and I had a sense I had read it before but wasn't sure until I went to post my review. One thing for certain, this stood the test of time and refresh! Joe Harris has come back to town and his top priority is his family and he doesn't have time for a relationship but that does not stop Beth Murphy from setting her sights on him. Beth has decided she wants Joe and goes about welcoming him with all her good Southern sweetness and determined she is to get his attention. It was fun watching these two find their way. Joe did not stand a chance! This was full of family, Southern, heat, and heartache but it was definitely one great story. I definitely recommend this one! **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Fun family driven small time romance

    I really enjoyed Lauren Dane’s Lost in You the first book in her Petal Georgia series a spin-off of her Chase Brothers series. While there are lots of crossover characters from these series this book read well as a stand alone. If anything it made me want to read all the secondary couples’ previous stories. Beth and Joe have known each other since they were kids but when he comes back to town their chemistry is explosive. I loved the humor in their relationship and while serious issues caused bumps in the road Beth’s tenacity and love for Joe prevailed. I received an advance reader copy via Netgalley.
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    4,5*****

    From falling in love to heartbreak to family drama and dealing with aging parents with issues and how it affects your life, I was immersed in this tale and at times I felt the pain of the protagonists in my heart like it was my own. Joe Harris just spoke to me, it was so easy for me to understand his struggles and the way he felt about his parents and everything he tried to do, to hold the family above the waterline and not drown into the sea of mental illness and dementia, issues within the family, PTSD, and everything else life was throwing at him. Beth Murphy was a notoriously strong woman. She knew what she wanted and wasn't shy about going after it. There was that daring recklessness in her spirit when it came to Joe, and I loved it. I also loved the tight hold the Murphy siblings have, and how they were there for each other. The things they have survived and still were thriving, successful, healthy human beings was nothing sort of amazing and admirable. The spark between Joe and Beth took off fast, setting out hot flames. What I really enjoy about this series - that is a bit different than what I often read in the romance genre - is that there is more to the story than just falling in love. The author tells a story that is spread over time, and she shows the difficulties to balance life, business, responsibility, family drama, and a new, budding relationship. Life is not always easy, and we do not always get what we want, and sometimes love and desire alone is not enough, you have to find the guts to dare to share, trust, and open up to build something lasting. Beth showed that even in heartbreak and during the stormy weathers of life, you do not abandon your loved ones. Those scenes were not easy, the pain is palpable, the angst is high, and there are so many directions the story could take, and my gosh, the ache was real and raw, tangible in the air. Petal, Georgia is well represented in the story, the meddling townfolks, and the extended family brings a lot of characters into the play. It helps to keep a track of everyone if you have read all the books, it is not necessary, but like said, it helps. I loved the remakes of the original series with the Chase brothers, and this spinoff remake is proving to be just as potent, passionate, and entertaining. So much emotion, life, drama, and triumph, fitted into a smoothly flowing, heartfelt tale. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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