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  • Drama, emotion, heat and heart

    I thought this was a really good read. Drama, emotion, heat and heart are combine with a sharp splash of realism to create a story that delivers the feels and the swoon. I like Abby and Nathan a lot. Both these characters have some baggage and I think that helps make them and their relationship relatable. It gave my emotions quite the workout and I enjoyed that. This is my forthright, elective review.

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  • Enjoyable story

    This is the third book in the "Granite Junction" series, having read the previous two books I feel as though I know the characters and Megan Ryder's story is beautifully told. When Abby Gains's ancient Toyota Camry gives up the ghost on the outskirts of the small town of Granite junction, the town where her father lived, it seemed like fate, her father had left Abby when she was a small child, did she really want to see him again ? Enter handsome rescuer Sheriff Nathan Holt...... Abby was on her way from North Carolina to California to open a coffee shop with her friend Melanie, she had taken the scenic route and Melonie was getting frustrated. Being forced to stay in the town where everyone knew everyone else, Abby decided to make the best of it and she was helped by the hunky sheriff who had taken an instant liking to her, but things went horribly wrong. To Nathan Holt his job was everything, protecting the town had been done by his father before him, that was until he was tragically murdered, Nathan had to succeed, he would never get married, he couldn't put another woman through what his mother went through.........could he put his job before love? would Abby ever trust him again? This story follows the blossoming romance between Abby and Nathan, the trauma, the heartbreak, the emotion and the love and support of the residents of Granite Junction. A really enjoyable read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Small town romance

    I really enjoyed Abby and Nathan’s story, in this new installment of the Granite Junction series. It was nice to see old friends but also watch dedicated and serious sheriff Nathan meet his match. I couldn’t decide if Abby was a free spirit or a lost soul when we first meet her. I guess she’s a bit of both. She’s also kind, hardworking but a bit rigid. Though, so is Nathan. And that’s where they run each other wrong when push comes to shove. While their inevitable discord was something I saw coming, it still broke my heart for them both, since you could feel their hurt feelings. I loved this couple and I hope we see them again as the series grows.

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  • a small town romance

    Granite Junction, where the townsfolk are warm & welcoming, but know everything about the residents and gossip spreads faster than a wildfire. Abby is on her way to California, following the death of her mother, to meet up with her friend, planning to open a small coffee shop business. She has taken several detours across the country, visiting various places that take her interest and on her way to Granite Junction her old car breaks down. She had discovered her father lived here and owned a diner; not having seen him for 20 years was curious to do so, but not sure whether she would actually approach him as her her original plan was to view from a distance. The decision was taken from her when following her car being towed the local Sheriff Nathan had been called out and gave her a lift to town, . Instant attraction between the pair. He is dedicated to his work in protecting the town, to the extent of sacrificing his personal life. Abby is intent on moving on - Nathan is not a casual fling type, but is interested in something. She has hard decisions to make during her enforced short stay waiting for her car to be repaired, but where does that leave her building a relationship with her father, her casual relationship with Nathan, with invitations to dinner, to a wedding and nights outs are creating a circle of acceptance and friends in the making, then there is her commitment to Melanie. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Great Read

    Abby Byrd Gaines was slowly making her way from North Carolina to California by way of Granite Junction, Montana. She was headed to California to meet up with her friend, Melanie as they planned on opening a coffee shop together. Abby had stayed back in their hometown do to her mother's illness. Her mother passed about six months ago and in the process of cleaning the house out to sell, Abby found some letters from her father her mother hid from her, hence her side trip to Granite Junction. She might not have had the courage to stop and actually see him except her car chose there to break down outside of town leaving her no choice but to call a tow truck. She not only got a tow truck, she got the sheriff, Nathan Holt. When Nathan and Abby met there was an immediate attraction. Nathan took Abby into town being the first to discover that she was the daughter of the local diner owner, Earl. While in town Abby stayed at the local Lodge. She worked a couple of jobs to help pay for the car repairs, she also spent a lot of her free time with Nathan. Then things started to disappear around town with everything pointing toward Abby. Had Abby over stayed her welcome? This story was a little long, but it did have some mystery and intrigue with romance along with a rogue beefalo showing up at the most in opportune times. Enjoy this exciting read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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