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    I loved this one!! It has everything I love in a romance. Small town, close friends and family, lots of emotion, interesting H/h with a slow build romance between the two. Ethan and Willow seem to be the most unlikely people to find love in each other but they turn out to be just what the other needs. Ethan is grumpy and gruff, dealing with the loss of his wife and struggling with raising his two young sons he feels he has little to be happy about. Willow has dealt with her own sorrows in life but has chosen to find a way to bring peace, serenity and happiness to her life. Their story is full of bumps and twists and turns but in the end the road to their HEA seems clear. Definitely a recommended read.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Someone to Love by Donna Alward Darling VT #2 Grieving widower meets Zen yogini – or – the tale of opposites. Willow Dunaway and Ethan Gallagher strike sparks from the get-go. He finds her too different, too happy and too much when he meets her. She finds him a grouchy, mean, rude individual – even though his sons are charming. They meet a few times, talk a few times, spent a bit of time together and eventually the sparks of dislike turn a different kind of conflagration. A mistake was made and consequences occurred that the two had to face, find a solution to and then move forward from. The ending was a HFN and not a HEA but I have a feeling there could be a HEA for the two before the end of the series. Ethan was curmudgeonly and unkind in the beginning but did improve over time. His lot as a single parent was not easy but his family was there to help out when needed. I had the feeling that he was a good man changed by grief and that if allowed his true nature would eventually surface. He had loved deeply, he was a great father, he was a great brother and son SO the potential for him with a future partner is possible. Willow was, on the surface, always calm and in control with nothing phasing her. In reality that is not quite true. She has a past that pushed her into choosing a way to cope and yoga, meditation and going with the flow (to the best of her ability) was her coping mechanism. She is caring, empathetic and wonderful MOST of the time but when the sh*t hits the fan she loses her Zen abilities and ducks back into herself in a way that I understood but wished could have been avoided – but in reality we all have times in our lives when we lose it, don’t we? I felt much in this book. I found family to be central to the story – good and bad families, both. Friendship, communication and trust were also important. I did enjoy this book and look forward to reading more in this series. I am now wondering which Gallagher will have his or her story told next ;) Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC. This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Loved, Loved This Story

    Loved, loved this book of small town romance with plenty of emotions. An unlikely match between Ethan, a widower with two small boys and Willow, a free spirited person, who has her own secrets. Willow has returned home to open up her own little cafe, she is now very independent. Soon Willow and Ethan have a mutual attraction but want to take it slow, but can it be slow without broken hearts. This is the second book in the the Darling VT series but can be read as a stand alone. Love the family of the Gallaghers, very close knit. Willow brings out so much in Ethan and the boys, I just fell in love with. This story is packed full of emotions that will keep you turning the pages.

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