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    God, prayers and y'all

    Thus book goes a long way from nora roberts land and pthers. Too much praying and would be southerness for my taste. This started with susanna and jake, but in this one it is far too much.
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    Great read

    Once again we are back with the characters from the Dare River series following the story of Shelby McAllister, she is looking to find her father who disappeared from the family's life when she was a small child, her mother is keeping a secret of why he left them and she wants to find out for herself. Shelby and her sister Sadie enlist the help of Vander Montgomery sparks fly instantly between him and Shelby but they both take an instant dislike to each other. Eventually they bring in the rest of the siblings to help on the trail of finding their father and his family with surprising results. Ava Miles hasn't let me down with her storytelling keeping me in suspense until the end can't wait to read Sadie's story in the future. I was given an advanced copy. All opinions expressed are my own.
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    Awesome

    I've read all your books & can't wait for the next book in all the series. Your writing is suspenseful, romantic & keeps you wanting to read on and on and on...
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    Amazing book, love it

    First I have to say I love Ava Mile’s books, and this one is no exception. I always get so immersed in the books and the characters that I can forget I am only reading about them. The Fountain of Infinite Wishes is the 5th book in the Dare Valley series. You do not have to have read all of the books in the series to read this book, it can be read by itself. This book is about Shelby and Vander’s story, but also about the McGuiness siblings getting answers on their father’s disappearance. Vander is a Private Investigator that Shelby and her siblings hire to find out about what happened to their father since their mother will not give them any information. Their father disappeared when they were a very young, and their mother has never answered any questions about it. This is a great story, but it also pulls at your heart for what they must be going through, it’s a trying time with so many emotions for all of the siblings to deal with. On top of all that, Vander and Shelby have had a sexual attraction from the first time they met and Vander is trying to keep things professional because he won’t date a client, although Shelby respects that she doesn’t make it easy. Throughout the story you keep trying to guess why their dad left, what kind of bad things did he do, or what was so bad for him to leave with no trace, and is he alive or dead. This is a great story and when you find out why the dad left you will be surprised. I encourage anyone looking for a great story, about life, love, wishes and believing to read this and all the other Dare Valley books. "I was given an advanced copy. All opinions expressed are my own."
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    Family story of love, loss, hope

    "I was given an advanced copy. All opinions expressed are my own." Shelby and her siblings have respected their mother's wishes to not speak or ask questions about why their father left their lives, and although they love their mother, Shelby ultimately needs to know the answers and hires Vander (love his name!) to discover the truth. Vander and Shelby are brought together by the case, their losses, and their differences of how they view the world (wishful and hopeful vs. realism) and fall in love. I feel like Shelby allowed Vander to hope again, and Vander was able to give Shelby warmth to go along with her charm. I did have a hard time warming up to Shelby - but she seemed softened and seemed a bit more likable during her moments with Vander and as the book progressed, and I'm how she handled the discovery of the truth. The journey is full of ups and downs, regret, hope, and the bittersweet moment of finally knowing the truth. The story felt more about lasting impact and burden of family secrets (and although understanding of their mother, it is difficult to understand why she wouldn't tell them the truth once they were adults) and the love story secondary, but ultimately, the truth is freeing and heartbreaking for the characters, brings them even closer together, and turns out to be what they need to heal. We learn more about Sadie in this story - and I am looking forward to her happily ever after!
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