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    I am falling hard for the people of Plum Orchard, Georgia. I’m totally loving this character-driven series and watching this small town with its small mind mentality slowly changing before my eyes. The way things have always been done in Plum Orchard is being upset by the newer generation bucking the system and challenging how the stereotypical Southern lady should act. I’m looking forward to more upsets of the apple cart and bigger changes in the minds of this small Georgia community. Em is my total hero. She was raised to be a gentile Southern lady and to uphold the Southern values her mama so thoroughly and viciously drummed into her skull. However, her journey to find the “real” Emmeline challenges those beliefs and everything she’s known as true and “right.” Jax Hawthorne is one of those challenges and gives Em a run for her money. He, as well as Dixie and the rest of the gang at Call Girls, gave Em the courage and the strength to stand up for herself and claim her happiness for the first time in forever. I didn’t believe for one minute that Em and Jax could keep their feelings out of the “no strings” relationship. Em and Jax had some steamy eye contact in the last book and their passionate connection was even more intense in this one. The heat factor is volcanic and their chemistry is palpable. Jax…*sigh* he is so dreamy and such a wonderful dad. I absolutely fell in love with him. He loved and respected Em and absolutely loved his daughter and cared for Em’s children. I wanted him all to myself! Jax went through some issues in the story as well, but he had a wonderful support system and was able to put some past demons to rest and concentrate on his future. Jax also has two equally ruggedly sexy single brothers that I’m looking forward to reading more about. The characters are realistic and easily relatable and the storyline was intricately laced with Southern drawls, witty commentary and scandalous secrets. You will not believe the amount of earth-shattering secrets hidden away in this small Southern town. And I have a feeling that this is just the tip of the iceberg! I’m looking forward to reading all the books in this series! What I loved most about this series was the snarky dialogue. I lost count of how many times I laughed out loud. I’m thankful that this book wasn’t as emotionally draining as the last book, but no less brilliant. Dakota Cassidy captures small-town Southern living so clearly. It is a complete joy to read these books and I recommend them to anyone who loves small town stories with life-changing moments and where love, laughter and best friends are the cure-all for any ailment. ***I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
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