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  • Emotionally Charged Friends-To-Lovers Romance!

    Both Madeline and Grant are close to fifty and each is still adjusting to unwanted changes in their lives. Madeline was devastated when her husband, daughter, and sister were killed three years before, while Grant is still reeling from the way his wife left him around the same time his father died. Madeline is starting over in Grant's hometown, and their rocky friendship is raw and genuine as Madeline suffers no fools, not even the surly Grant whose default setting is abrasive, almost borderline hostile. Watching these two gradually find a quiet joy in their friendship was absolutely breathtaking. I loved the gentle way their friendship weathered a few thoughtless confrontations, showing that grieving and moving on is not always smooth and pretty. There's a real sense of authenticity throughout the book, and I really enjoyed the entire journey. Madeline and Grant get a very sweet HEA and we're given a few hints about the next story in this series which I am now looking forward to reading. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Will Buy MORE in this Series!

    I LOVED this book! The story is thoughtful, emotional, and entertaining, and Ev Bishop’s story timing is impeccable. The characters are so well portrayed, especially Madeline. She’s so strong and devastated and funny and philosophical and quirky. Grant is wonderfully genuine and a great love interest. I also liked that it was so sweet and clean, and yet was not even close to shallow. The ‘third storage unit’ scene completely gutted me on a deep level, and I loved how Madeline so authentically came to terms with her previous loss, which wasn’t so much resolved by the end but changed to a different kind of grief, one where she welcomed her memories. The development of her acceptance was very well done and natural. I read an ARC copy and this is an unbiased review.

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  • What a delightful introduction to a new series!

    I just loved meeting Ev Bishop’s newest characters in this heartwarming small town story. Ev has a knack for drawing us into the lives of her characters as they experience life with all of its surprises and challenges. Something Old expands on the ever increasing cast of characters, which we were introduced to in the delightful River’s Sigh B&B series. I always feel as if I have caught up on old friends when I read Ev’s books. Our newest friend is Madeleine, who we are eager to find out more about from the very first page. Madeleine’s story unfolds on its own merits, whether or not you’ve met any of Ev’s other characters. You’ll admire her as she journeys through her pain to hope and love. I’m already looking forward to the next book in this new series.

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  • Sweet, small town, second chance romance with pets

    I so enjoyed the River's Sigh B&B series that I was delighted to find this spin off series. Something Old is a sweet, small town, second chance romance - with pets! This heartwarming story has main characters who are about 50 years old, some cross over characters from River's Sigh, women's friendships, a grumpy Grant dealing with his dad's estate, an ancient dog and a bossy cat. As far as I am concerned, it does not get much better than that! I was engaged from page one and did not get another thing done until I had devoured this treasure!

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  • It's never too late

    I loved this book. What an emotional story of starting over after such great tragedy. The main characters were so real with a story that gave great hope and what a joy to meet some old friends from a related series. Meanwhile, it seems the mean girls just grow up to be mean women. I was so taken by the story of the shop and the lead-in to the next story that I got Something New as soon as I finished this.

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