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    This story is superbly paced, well written

    Another wonderful installment in the Deerbourne Inn series. Here we find Charlotte, who is the definition of a troubled soul. Since the disappearance of her sister and the ending of what has to be described as a useless marriage, she’s stuck at a crossroads. Unable to move forward, ensnared in one place physically and emotionally. Being almost dragged out of her personal prison by her best friend, she finds herself spending a week at this wonderful inn. The story is superbly paced, well written, captivating, dramatic and satisfying to the reader. The author is able to quickly evoke a feeling of empathy for both poor Charlotte and the feisty Matiu. The inn provides the base that allows Charlotte to both close off the past and move forward into an amazing future. I don't know anyone who wouldn't rush to get a sequel of the two of them dealing with life together in New Zealand. Detailed, wonderfully described. A journey that takes the reader through all the twists and turns and ends in the bright sunshine of hope. My Rating: 5 stars
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    Well developed and Relatable Characters

    This was a story about a woman who goes to Vermont for spring break at the insistence of her friends. Charlotte has been in a depression for the past five years since her younger sister was lost while hiking and is presumed dead. She blames herself for her sister's death since she was supposed to go on the hike with her. Since then, she has pulled away from her friends and has avoided serious relationships. But in Vermont she meets Matiu who pushes Charlotte to forgive herself and reopen herself up to love and the love of hiking. I don't want to give anything away, but the story is very inspiring and likely relatable for so many women. Charlotte is not perfect and struggles with self-doubt like so many people. And there is so much to like in Matiu's character. It is a beautiful romance in a beautiful setting.

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