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    Fabulous

    Another fabulous story in the Harmony Valley series. After two years Gage Jamero is back where he least expects to be. Back in Harmony Valley facing Shelby, the woman he has loved since high school but who was married to his now deceased best friend. Shelby is furious at Gage for deserting her when she needed him after Nick died but slowly they repair their relationship. When it starts to become more than friendship, Shelby is too afraid of loving again to really let it develop. This is a beautiful sweet romance about learning to love again through the fears and doubts. I definitely recommend this one.

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    A Lovely Story!!!

    Shelby Hawkley is a young widow who moves back to her hometown of Harmony Valley to pick up the pieces of her life and start living again. Little does she know that her grandfather and a couple other locals have decided to play matchmaker. However, Shelby isn’t ready to move on and fall in love again. Not only has she lost her husband, but she’s also lost her former best friend, Gage, who mysteriously quit talking to her after her husband died. It’s now been 2 years since she’s seen or talked to Gage and it has nearly broken her heart. Gage Jamero is an up and coming veterinarian who’s starting to make a name for himself treating racehorses. He’s well on his way to achieving his dream of moving to Kentucky to work exclusively with the thoroughbreds. But, just weeks before he’s supposed to be moving to Kentucky, he decides to temporarily help the veterinarian from his hometown rebuild his old practice. While back in Harmony Valley, it’s inevitable that he will run into Shelby, his former best friend and the secret love of his life. However, ever since her husband died 2 years ago the two friends haven’t spoken at all due to the fact that Gage has some secrets that he’s sure will push Shelby away forever. However, resuming their now fragile friendship may be just what the both of them need. Can Gage get the courage to tell Shelby how he feels? Can Shelby open her heart to love again and forgive Gage for abandoning her during her time of need? Oh, this was such a lovely story! It’s such a sweet tale of loss, friendship, and love. I LOVED the history between Shelby and Gage. I thought it was endearing how the townspeople rallied around each other and took care of their own, even if it meant that there was some meddling going on! It was great to see how Shelby grew and learned to let go of some fears that she had been clinging to and how Gage was willing to put down his pride. I especially loved the ending. It couldn’t have been any sweeter or better in my opinion. Although this book is part of a series, it can definitely be read as a stand-alone. This book was seriously hard to put down and I definitely wasn’t disappointed with how it ended. I HIGHLY recommend this sweet book. It was such an enjoyable, heartwarming read and I was hooked until the very last page. I loved it! (I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. These opinions are entirely my own.)

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