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    It takes two to make things right

    When two people make a vow to love and cherish each other, forsaking all others, betrayal of those vows slams one at the very deepest level. In Phoebe and Ryder's case, divorce wasn't enough to destroy the feelings between them, which is why it hurt so much to see him again. When the house, still jointly owned by them, starts falling down around Phoebe's ears, she has no choice but to ask Ryder for help. Ryder realises the opportunity being handed to him and grabs it with both hands, prompted by his father who loved Phoebe like a daughter. The path to reconciliation is rocky at the best of times and when it becomes clear that it takes two to make the right moves towards healing, Phoebe has to examine her own part in the breakdown of the marriage. Every marriage has its ups and downs, and forgiveness plays an integral part in the relationship between a husband and wife, as it is almost impossible to go through life without hurting one another. I loved Fernando's role in the story and his almost human qualities. He certainly had pride of place in Phoebe's garden. Although this book is part of a series it is nevertheless a standalone and has a delightful ending. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review
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    Still Not Over You (Man from Yesterday Book 5) by Barbara Lohr This is Phoebe and Ryder’s story. This was a great story of two people rediscovering their love and trust in each other. Once I started the book I couldn’t put it down. I could feel the characters’ emotions as they struggled through this journey. The love and passion was still there but they had to learn to trust again. At times I laughed and cried. I really enjoyed this book. A perfect book to escape from real life struggles. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Love can conquer all.

    Still Not Over You should be Ms. Lohr's calling card. Phoebe and Ryder's tale is one of love, lost and found. Like only she can, Barbara Lohr sets about seducing readers with a romance destined to speak to the hidden romantic in every dreamer. Ryder and Phoebe's journey is practically written in the stars. From young love to broken hearts and new beginnings, these soulmates navigate some tricky twists and emotional turns, but as always love finds a way. If everything happens for a reason, Ms. Lohr was the perfect person to explain to us why and how love can conquer all.
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