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    Failed connection

    I love Jaci Burton's novels. She has a way of making you fall in love with both hero and heroine. You cheer for their love and hope the end jorney they take wont leave permanent scars. Unfortunately Reid and Sam's love failed to captivate me. Yes I wanted them to get their happy ever after however I wasn't invested in their love. I felt as though the mercantile and Grammy Claire's story took precidence above the love story.
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    smalltown Hope finds love again!

    I really enjoyed this delightful small town romance, telling the story of Reid, an architect who is temporarily back in his home town from Boston to renovate a historic building and Sam, the local florist. Reid's attracted to Sam from the start, and vice versa, but pretty clear that his stay won't be long and that things between them can't really progress into a committed relationship. But as they spend time together, Reid becomes aware of what he's been missing while away in Boston, and even more so, how much losing Sam as a daily companion is going to hurt. I enjoyed seeing his transition over the course of the story, as he has these realizations. Sam does try to guard her heart at first, though it's not long before she's willing to go all in, even knowing that Reid plans to leave. I loved her selflessness, in particular with her strong relationship with her Grandmother Claire. There are some bittersweet moments in the story as Claire's advanced age starts to catch up with her and Sam must deal with her future decline. But there are also a lot of lighthearted moments, the camaraderie between Reid and his brothers making for lots of laughs. The characters felt really believable. I particularly enjoyed Reid's relationship with his dog (named Not My Dog which was quite funny) and he has some laugh out loud conversations with him in which he imagines the dogs responses to his thoughts. Sam and Reid have lots of chemistry and share some steamy scenes. Overall an enjoyable and heartwarming read, with a lovely happy ending for the couple. 4 stars.
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    Another winner!

    The Hope series is just that, a hope for a forever connection. Jaci once again serves up a fantastic tale with real people in it. This latest offering in the series is just as good as they all are. Well worth the time and effort of reading!
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    Make Me Stay

    I have really enjoyed the series and was looking forward to learning more about the third McCormack brother, Reid. However, I didn’t really enjoy this book though. I liked Samantha. She is a wonderful woman with a huge heart and is very family-oriented. She is taking care of her ailing grandmother while putting too many hours in as the sole owner of the town’s flower shop. I could easily relate to Sam and she definitely tugged at my heart strings on more than one occasion. What I didn’t really like was Reid. I couldn’t understand why he was so bull-headed in choosing a life in Boston, than moving back to Hope and being closer to family. Something else irked me about him that I couldn’t put my finger on. I just never warmed up to the guy. It also drove me crazy with Reid and Sam’s let’s-keep-it-casual-but-we-secretly-want-a-deeper-relationship type of friendly benefits. It worked out for them in the end, but I, unfortunately, disconnected from the story early on. MAKE ME STAY didn’t quite do it for me. ***I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
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