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    Great read

    What a great read! This is my first from this author and I can't wait for more from her. The story had a nice steady pace and I loved the characters! Robbie is a man of integrity and values and Darcy is a woman who is just a little lost. She left Falcon years ago to get away from the gossip and pity but she quickly discovers the little town is really the only place she has ever felt loved. It's a great small town romance and I will be looking for the next one. I highly recommend this one.
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    a fantastic read

    I love these stories about little towns – the close-knit community and eccentric personalities just make for fun reading. And with Trentham’s Slow and Steady Rush I’m absolutely thrilled that this is the start of a new series because I absolutely cannot get enough of Falcon, Alabama. Darcy’s struggles with coming home don’t play nearly as big a part as Dalt’s problems. I can totally see why she felt she needed to get out of the small town she grew up in … and how it changes with an adult perspective. Robbie, on the other hand, has never had anywhere that felt like home. But now that he’s making a place for himself in Falcon, he may actually be able to settle in. The scars he carries on the inside are awfully big, though, and he’ll have to learn how to let go to fully embrace the chances that life are throwing his way. It’s a difficult journey for him, and he fights it every step of the way, but that makes it all the more satisfying when we get to the HEA. It’s an emotional battle between these two, with each other and themselves. I can admit that Trentham brought me to tears a time or two but she also brought a big ol’ smile to my face. I call that a fantastic read – one that makes me cry, smile, laugh and sigh and enjoy every single darn minute of it. I absolutely can’t wait to see what she has in store for the rest of the guys because if it is anything like this one, they’ll be whoppers. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    sexy small town romance

    In this sexy small town romance, Darcy comes home to take care of her ailing grandmother, only to find out that the town's new football coach who happens to be an ex-army teammate of her brother Logan is interested in her grandmother's land. There are some antagonistic sparks at first but they soon morph into an attraction that neither can deny. But Darcy's not there for the long haul - will Robbie and the town change her mind and convince her to stay? I thought the title was definitely apt as it seemed like the first half of the book was a slow start to Darcy and Robbie's romance. Lots of push and pull, hot and cold between them, neither wanting to admit to the attraction beneath the surface. There were a lot of plots going on too - a small town's issues with homosexuality, a locally revered football team desperate for a turnaround, and childhood issues for both Darcy and Robbie to deal with. At the same time, by mid way through the story I was quite invested in their tale and even though it took a while, Robbie grew on me as the hero of the story. He's got plenty of issues to deal with, both from childhood and his years in the army and this makes him a closed off individual emotionally, a shell that Darcy has a hard time breaking through. But eventually she does and even though Robbie still makes some questionable decisions, their sexual chemistry is definitely there and the love scenes between them are well written and emotional. I liked the real feeling of this town and it's people - the good and the bad. The characters felt very human. Overall, once I got over the slow start I really enjoyed this story. I'm looking forward to more in the series. 4 stars.
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    Deeply impressive.

    I have never read a book by Laura Trentham before. Had never even heard of any previous books by this author. That all changed when I was invited to read a copy of her book Slow and Steady Rush. I was quite impressed. Ms. Trentham wove a story of two outsiders -each with emotional scars searching for a place they belong. I enjoyed the story and would most definitely recommend this book.
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