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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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    Wishes and Healing

    Before reading THE FOUNTAIN OF INFINITE WISHES I hadn’t thought about the concept of wishing in a long time. It had nothing to do with not believing in wishing but more that every day life had slipped on like a comfortable sock and I just didn’t consider what it meant to wish. Shelby and Vander’s story changed that. Shelby McGuiness believes wholeheartedly in wishing and does so in the fountain outside of her boss’s home. This quote sums up her beliefs quite nicely saying, "Shelby liked to think of Gail’s fountain as the fountain of infinite wishes. Her luck had changed for the better the moment she’d thrown that first coin into the water..." Vander Montgomery is logical and fact driven. He long ago stopped making wishes when he felt God ignored his wishes after a family tragedy left him brokenhearted. But even broken hearts can learn to wish again when the right person comes into your life. No matter how much Shelby and Vander attempt to keep a professional distance, they are drawn together time and again as if their souls were overriding their pragmatic views. Vander hits the nail on the head when he tells Shelby, ‘We react all the time to people we don’t know,” he said, staring at her. “Sometimes we even find ourselves caring about them and their feelings without fully knowing why.” …wow, I can attest to that happening in life no matter the type of relationship. Sometimes the heart just knows. I loved seeing the connection leading to sparks ultimately leading to love that not only connects two souls but heals Vander’s heart and restores his belief that life should be full of wishes. And maybe, just maybe, I’m remembering to make my own wishes again too.
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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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    Soothing

    I’m enjoying the entire Blessings series and I love the continuity of the characters. There is a bit too much praying in two of the books, but it doesn’t really affect the whole book.
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    Beautiful story of love and family overcoming all

    I love this family. They have just captured my heart and I can't seem to get enough of them. And that continues with Shelby and Vander. So emotionally charged you had better have your Kleenex ready. Shelby and her sister Sadie have wanted nothing more than to find their daddy. Which is why she throws a coin in Gail's fountain every time she has to meet her for work. Her fountain...which Shelby calls The Fountain of Infinite Wishes holds many dear wishes from her heart. So Shelby and Sadie have come up with the idea of using a private investigator. Telling her brother and sister....who may or may not agree with it has them a little nervous. And going behind mommas back is the absolute worst. But with her not spilling anything about why he left they have to do it. Upon meeting Vander...whom she is instantly attracted and intrigued by...they work out a game plan and things are set in motion that will forever change all of their lives. Vander has never been one to mix business and pleasure but the more he's around Shelby the more trouble he has remembering that rule. And when he gets a break on her father they all take off on the journey. Meeting some of their kin from daddy's side is strange and heartbreaking to say the least but they are happy to be there. And when another lead comes up there is hope. But after running that track Vander has to tell them their daddy ran again and wants nothing to do with them. With Shelby no longer a client they are free to be together and waste no time. And their love grows in supersonic speed. They know what they want and ha e never been happier. But as Vander believes there are no such things as wishes and his fear of losing his happiness just may come true with the latest development with her daddy. This family secret is more horrible than even he can imagine. And he doesn't know what to do. Knowing he may lose Shelby he can't justify telling her..And he can't justify not telling her. But bad things happen and he has to win her back. Can he make her see that he now believes that wishes do come true for him or Wil he lose all he loves and holds dear.
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