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    A Heartfelt Romance

    A heartfelt romance that I could not put down. Joely, is recovering from a terrible MVA, that has left her many scars and walking with assistance. Alec, is new to town and his own physical limitations. What a perfect match!! Alec is the perfect person to kick Joely in the butt, to accept the changes and move on. It turns out though that they both have emotional scars that need to be healed too. My favorite line from the book is, " You need to learn to be you and love it". I think we can all learn by that line. This is the third book in the series, but can be read as a stand alone. I highly recommend this book, along with the rest of the books in the series. Liz Selvig is an auto buy for me!!
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    Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys, Book 3

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly 3.5 out of 5 Licks As you may have noticed I've been NIA for a while. In that time I've probably only read about 2 books (sad I know). So when the tour option showed up in my inbox for this one it sounds like a nice read to get me back into the swing of things. This is my first book by this author so I wasn't sure what to expect, but the blurb sounded intriguing enough so I dove right in. This book is book 3 in a continuing series the author is writing about a family all finding their loves, but I didn't feel lost. We start with a double wedding for two of Joely's sisters. Joely is recovering from a horrific accident and is still obviously struggling with her recovering body and a bit of depression/anger about her new circumstances. Alec has been through loss himself. About 3 years prior to meeting Joely he lost part of his leg. Alec gives her some tough love at the wedding and for a time Joely finds herself actually having a good time again. Overall I did enjoy this book enough to want to read the first two and continue on with the rest of the series once those books release. This is more on the sweet side of romance. There are a few make-out sessions and a love scene that isn't described in too much detail, but it is still there so the door isn't slammed in your face when you get to it. ;) A few times the story dragged a bit and it felt like the author was trying to pad the pages but it didn't take long for the story to pick back up and start swinging again. Toward the end of the book I found myself doing some pretty serious crying but it was a good kind of crying. Alec finally gets the closure he needs on some issues from the past and Joely is moving on too. The author even provides us with one of my favorite things in the world-an epilogue. I was grinning from ear to ear while reading it and it sums the book up quite nicely. All in all this was a fun read with a bit of sadness thrown in to keep you interested in how they could possibly work through all the things swimming in both Alec and Joely's past.
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    Five star collection...

    Lizbeth Selvig's writing connects to her readers. The Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys series was a discovery I do not regret. Thanks to Avon, Edelweiss and Ms. Selvig, I have loved every single book. Have nicknamed them the five star collection and will continue until the end. I was blessed to received an ARC of The Bride Wore Starlight in exchange for an honest review. It would have been so easy to see this read as a dismal look at life's heartbreaking moments. However, with a little bit of laughter, quite a few tears and outstanding writing this story became about appreciating the blessings and the lessons from each experience whether good or bad. Make the most of the time you have and the people you love. I am getting emotional just from writing this review.

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