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  • Home is where the heart is

    Jordyn Leigh Cates has known Will Clifton and his family since they were children. They meet up here on the 4th of July celebration in the park for a mutual friend's wedding. While there they share a glass of punch, some dances, a few kisses. The next morning, they share a last name. Will is a bit angry that he does not remember what happened. He only knows they shared the same cup and is concerned they have been drugged. By admitting this to anyone else, they would tell others they had not planned to get married and it could lead to a bad reputation. He is starting a ranch of his own and needs to be above reproach. Jordyn has plans for her future. Marriage and family are in them, just not this soon or to this man. She agrees to give it the summer so she can find out if she is accidentally pregnant. Will deserves the benefit of the doubt since they have known one another so long. While setting up his new home on the ranch, Will realizes that Jordyn fits into his life more than he ever hoped. Now he does not want to let her go. His protective instincts on her behalf are working overtime and he does not know whether to hit himself or just give up and let her live her life. Jordyn knows the end of summer is coming and she has to move on for school. Can how they feel help them through the long haul? Can she tell him and be honest? He has not said anything so she is not sure what to determine. It will take courage but the future could be brighter than the stars. The story is sweet and the characters are good together. I enjoyed the banter they share. The families are more timid and kind of nosy. The honesty between the lead characters is worth reading. ***This ARC copy was given from Harlequin through Chatterbox and This was for review purposes only.

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  • an unforgettable romance

    I think this is the most fun I’ve had with a novel in quite a while. Rimmer has created a fantastic tale based on a remarkably one of a kind premise. I laughed, I had tears in my eyes. I really enjoyed being drawn into this town and its happenings. The various different aspects of the stories all melded together in the most intriguing of manners. The premise of the series as a whole was intriguing as well. Although this story was wrapped up nicely in and of itself, I was definitely left wondering what exactly happened at the wedding. If the plot itself wasn’t intriguing enough, the characters had me hooked from beginning to end. Their sweetness and realism, combined with the convoluted situation that they find themselves in was priceless. I loved seeing them come to grips with their real feelings while at the same time dealing with their fears. This was an intriguing and fun while at the same time in your face and hard hitting. Romance and misunderstanding vie for top spot in this unforgettable romance. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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