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    The Road Leads Back

    This was my first book by this author but definitely not the last! Kara and Harry had a one-night stand and when Harry left for college Kara was left with more than just memories. When she went to Harry's mom she was turned away and ended up across the country and now almost 3o years later Harry has discovered he is a father of a grown son. Kara is an accomplished artist and has raised their son, Phil, who is also a father of a 7-year-old daughter, and when Harry shows up and wants to get to know his son and get re-acquainted with "the one who got away" he convinces Phil to move and wants Kara to "come home." This is a beautifully written story full of healing and heart. Don't miss this one! **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    LOVE Marci Bolden

    Loved it. Marci weaves a great story in The Road Leads Back. I will be continuing to read the series of course. :)
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    So Many Feels!

    This has so many feels I don't know which one took over the most. This is a story about forgiveness, for others and for yourself. It's a story about bravery and survival and moving forward; but not before letting the past go. I am so glad it didn't take long for Harry to meet Phil and know about him and Jess. The characters were so well developed and you could feel every emotion. I laughed, I cried, I even got hot and bothered, and I felt the love. This was such a great story and now I am hooked on this author. I only wish there would have been an epilogue to see how the rest of their futures turned out. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Get Your Tissues Ready

    Harry and Kara will have you in an emotional twist with their story. Their one night stand ended with both going separate ways but for Kara she was given a parting gift that had her parents disowning her. Now it's almost thirty years since they have seen each other. Kara has come into her own with her art and her son is a grown man with a daughter of his own. Will her meeting with Harry be a second chance to get it right and have a happily ever after. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Emotional and heartfelt

    The Road Leads Back is a story of healing, forgiveness and reconnection. This was my first Marci Bolden book, but I enjoyed it very much. When one passionate encounter on graduation night left Kara pregnant and disowned by her parents, she turns to Elaine, the mother of the boy she slept with, only to be left heartbroken when she's sent away to a place all the way across the country. Twenty-seven years later, Kara comes face to face with Harry, the father of her child, and they quickly discover that he was deceived by his mother, who never told him of the son that Kara had carried and delivered. Harry is not only reunited with Kara, but also with Phil, his son, and his granddaughter Jessica. As they all work to connect, they go through highs and lows, they encounter challenges and are left to deal with the deception and rejection of their parents. Harry and Kara also try to see if the relationship they never got to experience back in high school might be in the cards for them now. This is a heartfelt book that shows how hasty decisions and words said in anger can change the course of everyone's life forever. I found these characters easy to root for as you know that everything they are feeling is warranted based on the circumstances they've had to overcome. In the end though, the most important thing is realizing that life is short and time is fleeting and you have to open your heart to those you love even if it is the hardest and most uncomfortable thing to do. In the end, it's all worth it.
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