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    Light-hearted small town romance

    With a cloud hanging over her, Emma has relocated to Hope Bay to a family practice run by the jovial and fatherly Doc Armand. Her run in with her new boss, Doc’s son Shane, leaves her feeling unsettled and nervous. Shane would like to get to know her better but Emma throws up so many barriers that he resorts to wooing CK in order to reach Emma. The story for the most part, is light-hearted and full of Australian banter and teasing amongst friends, however underneath it all is the very serious threat against Emma. The story is for the most part fun and enjoyable, although at times the banter did get in the way of the plot. Both Shane and Emma are caring people, but working together does cause the expected complications. Fortunately, Shane has his own resources for problem solving and the book does come to a happy and successful conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
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    This story hit me directly to my heart and mind, on several occasion I laughed until I cried and then laughed again. The tale is whimsical and sassy, it ardently embraces life, and I miss the world she created after the book was over. These, Angela Verdenius' stories, are the books that cheer me up, inspire, and take away from any book-slump I fall into. One of the reasons I love these books so earnestly is the characters. They are just like us, they have faults and weaknesses, they have curves and scars, they have succeeded and failed, they live normal lives in a small town community that knows them, embraces them as they are, and gives them a good, solid ground to grow to be the best version of themselves. Emma and Shane have an unexpected and rather funny meet-cute, yet the chemistry is immediate, and the connection between them is not only on a physical level, but they also want to get to know each other as colleagues and friends. I adored how the relationship developed, how they found their way to each other, and how Emma's secrets were resolved. It felt real, it felt genuine, and the way Shane won Emma over both cracked me up and made me swoon. The group of friends Emma and Shane are part of is a hoot. They made me laugh out loud with the cheeky banter yet through it all comes clear the love they have for each other and how they would be willing to do anything for each other, protect each other if needed. The author provides a dictionary to those who struggle with the Aussie slang. That is very considerate of her, though I have always been able to figure the words out from the content they are in. The books are easy to read and enjoy, I don't feel any cultural or language barriers while reading them. A heartfelt tale of love, life, family, and friends. A story that delivers laughs, smiles, tears, and feels while inspiring and encouraging to make most out of life, to dare to fall in love, to accept ourselves as we are, and embrace the environment we live in and the opportunities given to us. A story that genuinely, earnestly delivers positive vibes and message of acceptance while entertains. Yes, I loved it! ~ Five Spoons!

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