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    Emotionally charged

    An emotionally charged story that had me captivated from beginning to end. The hearts the two main characters, Bowie and Katrina "Kat", have are incredible and the slow building relationship between them is perfect. The interaction between Bowie and his younger brother Milo just made my heart feel good. Katrina was just as wonderful with Milo and the unconditional love she had for a young girl she's trying to adopt was beautiful. I don't want to say too much about the story because I think everyone should experience this one as it unfolds on the pages. Put this one on the top of the must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    A Wonderful Story!

    This beautifully crafted story is a wonderful addition to the Haven Point series. I loved watching how the main characters, Bowie and Katrina, grew as people from beginning to end because of the "little people" in the book. Children can do that to a person! Bowie had a very rough road as a child, yet at key moments in his life, adults were placed in his path to help him become who he is professionally - very successful in the technology world. Suddenly, he learns he has a young half-brother who has autism and he has no skills to deal with that. He is incredibly busy at work and doesn't know how to deal with the challenge of his brother, Milo. I worked with autistic children for years and it takes special skills and training. I know exactly how he would feel as I saw parents all the time in a state of bewilderment on what to do! He didn't get Milo until he was 6 so he, especially, doesn't have a clue! Enter Katrina! She is an elementary teacher who is "on sabbatical" and witnesses a meltdown in a grocery store by Milo. She diffuses it and Bowie is so grateful, he offers her a job taking care of Milo! From there the story takes off! Katrina is only temporary as she's leaving the country after her sister's wedding. However, her time with Milo is so amazing to her that she has a hard time leaving AND of course, Bowie, doesn't want her to leave. This book had so much emotion and tenderness. I fell in love with all the characters. The ending was fantastic and very satisfying. I would highly recommend it to anyone!
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