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  • A Definite Keeper

    Life is messy. Relationships are messy. Family life is complicated. This book was fantastic and covers all of these things in such a truthful, honest way. Jess and Rachel are sisters who went through a traumatic childhood and were split up when their parents died. It left scars. They each handled it differently. Jess is a loner who doesn't form lasting relationships, even her chosen profession moves her from place to place. Rachel is settled with a loving husband and children but she strives for perfection in everything and it's driving her to the brink of a breakdown. They used to be so close but now they hardly see each other. Now, Jess is finally in the same city at Rachel due to a temporary job and things are going to come to a head - they just don't know it! Meanwhile, the job Jess is on is going to change her life - romantically, personally and professionally. I loved every character in this book. The sisters were great! Nate, the love interest, was also wonderful, along with his daughter! Rachel's kids and husband, Cody, added so much to the story. Nate's mom was truly a gift. This is a definite reread!!!

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  • Heartwarming and Emotional

    The Path to Sunshine Cove by RaeAnne Thayne, book two in her Cape Sanctuary series, grabbed me and held me hostage until I turned the last page, finishing the story, leaving me wanting more. This heartwarming, emotional story takes us on a journey into the lives of one sister allowing the hurt and guilt of her past to control her life, another sister trying to live with the stress of life demands, while trying to be the perfect wife and mom. With her troubled past, Jessica Clayton feels safer living life on the road. She’s created a life of helping others downsize, after learning the hard way that the less “stuff” the better; also applying it to her relationships. A new client has Jess returning to Cape Sanctuary, a town that was once home and where her little sister, Rachel, still lives. Jess and Rachel were best friends until that fatal night when they lost their parents; separating the girls, forcing them to live in different foster homes, changing everything between them. Aging out of the system, Jess couldn’t wait to leave Cape Sanctuary while Rachel found a loving family to live with and a man to love and create a future with. Rachel lets everyone believe she has the picture-perfect life, but the demands of her autistic son has Rachel stressed thin; causing her marriage to unravel at the seams. Rachel badly needs her sister, now more than ever; but has learned from painful experience that Jess doesn’t do family and doesn’t believe she can rely on her now. Despite believing she shouldn’t get involved, Jess finds herself becoming attached, not just to her sister and her family, but also her client’s interfering, available, and handsome son, Nate. All of these connections force Jess to open up and put everything on the line; time for her to make some life-changing decisions. Jess has to decide if she can continue to run from her painful past or stay in Cape Sanctuary, making room for the love of her sister and Nate. Ms. Thayne wrote a story that reaches the soul; the soul of her characters as well the soul of her readers. This wonderful and amazing story was emotional, moving, tear inducing, filled with wonderful dialogue, and endearing characters that is must read. I highly recommend The Path to Sunshine Cove to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Heartwarming

    Jess loves her vagabond life, traveling from job to job in her Airstream trailer. Then, while visiting her sister's family, Jess meets Nate and starts imagining a different future. Can she find the courage to commit to love? I fell in love with all the characters in this book. There's such a strong sense of family, of well-meaning people struggling with the challenges of life. It's smart, heartwarming, romantic women's fiction, Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Great story

    The perfect RaeAnne Thayne book. Every time I pick up one of her books I know that I will meet some amazing characters in a beautiful setting with a wonderful story to tell. Nate is an amazing character raising his teenage daughter while working hard and living on the property he grew up on to be near his widowed mother. Jess arrives on the property to help Eleanor, Nate’s mother, clean out the house that has been in the family for many generations. The catch is that Jess’ sister lives close by and while they use to be close things have not been easy. Jess wants a relationship with her sister again and puts herself out there to get it. I love learning about Jess and Rachel. There is no doubt that as younger sisters their bond was unbreakable but then things changed, their lives ended up on different paths, and their relationship was tested. Rachel is dealing with her own struggles in her “perfect” family and has put so much stress on herself that her life is not as perfect as she pretends it to be. Jess has never let herself settle down and be close to anyone, so the quick visits are perfect for her. I hoped for them to become the sisters they each needed but knew that it would not be easy. Everything about The Path to Sunshine Cove is wonderful. I read it on a cold winter day but could feel the sun shining, the waves crashing on the beach, and the love between the characters.

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  • How could you not love Jess?

    How could you not love Jess and all the characters. Jess is so tough and hasn't let anyone in her life for many years. She and her sister, Rachel, didn't have the best childhood and their parents died a violent death that left a mark on both of them. They handled the tragedy in different ways, but it still shaped their lives. When Jess comes to town to visit Rachel, she meets a family that gets under her skin. She tries to remember that she is only there temporarily, but it is hard to do. She is trying to repair her relationship with Rachel and Rachel is dealing with her own family problems. Will Jess be able to put the past behind her and build a life with her sister and other in it?

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