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  • This is such a sweeping, emotional story

    This is such a sweeping, emotional story; encompassing life, loss, love, and second chances. I loved Tucker. Loved, loved, loved Tucker. Lottie made me mental. I realize she has a lot of baggage and history that tell her there’s no such thing as a ‘forever love’, but the lengths she goes to in order to avoid any meaningful connections with other living human beings made me scream at my reader. I loved that she’s independent and accomplished and so capable of taking care of herself, but I hated how hard she was running away from something so amazing. Tucker is what book boyfriend dreams are made of. He’s so sweet and caring and he’s loved her just about his whole life. I want a Tucker of my own. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.

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  • Don't run away from this one

    I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of this book that I received for free. Lottie, a buyer for a major high-end department store, gets some unsettling news and must make her way back to her hometown. Tucker, owner of a construction company and Lottie's first love, finds himself volunteering to help Lottie on a project while she is home. As the story progresses relationships are renewed, missteps lead to misunderstandings, and secrets left alone for years come to light. Redeeming Lottie is a great realistic contemporary romance with plenty of heat.

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  • Very well written. Will keep your interest.

    This book is really good. I read this in one sitting. My goodness, Lottie is an idiot. Rest assured that Tucker and Lottie do get their HEA. This author seems to like writing about very frustrating heroines. I will be reading more from Melissa Ellen. I volunteered to leave a review after reading an Advanced Reader Copy.

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  • 3.5 Stars - Entertaining

    The story had a fairly smooth flow to it. The story line and character work were both good. There were a few grammatical errors. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Redeeming Lottie, Great story

    Book one in the Billingsley series a well written story with a very good storyline. Tucker Monroe and Alotta/ Lottie Davis' story of a woman coming back to her hometown after twelve years away, and getting a second chance with the man she left behind. I want to read the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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