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  • Wonderful

    The Cottage on Rose Lane is a wonderful small town romance that kicks off a brand new series. It was a pleasure to read such a sweet slow build romance and really getting to know these characters along the way. Jenna has come to Magnolia Harbor to learn more about her father and his family. She never had the opportunity to know him so she's hungry for information. She doesn't tell the townspeople who she really is which turns out to be a good thing. It gives everyone a chance to really get to know her before the truth comes out. Especially Jude St. Pierre. Jenna and Jude have a special connection. Will they let their differences keep them apart? This book was very well done and one I think everyone will enjoy. I recommend it.

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  • Love knows no barriers.

    I loved so many things about this book! Hope Ramsay took on a challenge in writing a book about a biracial couple. The character of Jenna is looking for a connection to her past after discovering that a grandfather she knew nothing about named her as his heir on his passing. Jude is fighting to preserve the past and the continuation of his Gullah heritage. The two have an immediate connection despite the wide differences in their backgrounds. Jenna tries so hard to do good with the money she has inherited, but it always seems to backfire and cause more pain and mess things up more. Jude is a very prideful man and certainly doesn't want Jenna's interference in his business. If the world can accept them together, can Jude be strong enough to accept Jenna and all that comes with her--especially love? This book was even more special in that Ms. Ramsay was writing their love story and their love for sailing while listening to her terminally ill husband reminisce about their own stories of love and their love for sailing. My heart goes out to her, but I do thank her for writing this special book. I was given a copy of this book via Netgalley. All thoughts are my own.

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