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    Deeply emotional and romantic

    I have been waiting for this book since I read the first in the series and I can say that it was everything I'd hoped for. Ms. Trentham saved the best for last and she certainly knows how to bring the heat. The chemistry between Sawyer and Regan blew the scale and the emotions that that have been simmering for so long just bubbled over. The Mississippi river is not the only thing that separates Sawyer Fournette and Regan Lovell. It's their backgrounds and their shared history. In a community that has always distinguished between the haves and the have-nots, they were doomed from the start and in the ten years since their break-up, nothing has changed, not even their feelings for each other which have morphed into fierce competition and an openly antagonistic relationship. With the upcoming festival in danger of being sabotaged and Regan receiving threatening messages, Sawyer gets an opening to ease his way back into her life, but with the unresolved issues between them, is this a smart choice or will it just push them further apart? The appeal of Sawyer and Regan is that you can actually see a bit of yourself in them. Both hiding insecurities that have plagued them for most of their lives, both determined not to let their fears keep them down. Sawyer is the calm and quiet Fournette but the loss of his parents and everything that happened afterwards, including losing Regan left a big hole inside him. For Regan, her insecurity and a desire to please left her open to manipulation from her mom and only she had the power to break free of that cycle. Apart Sawyer and Regan's relationship, I also loved the renewed bonds between Sawyer and his siblings, especially Cade who is such a far cry from the man he was when we first met him. TILL I KISSED YOU is a mix of deep emotions, raw vulnerabilities and sweet romance that will keep a reader completely engaged and even though i have expressed a lukewarm interest in novellas, I would love it if Ms. Trentham wrote one to keep us updated on these couples. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Second Chance at First Love!

    Second chance romances are my absolute favorite reading trope! I love that the characters have a past and I love seeing how they’ve changed and learned from their mistakes. I think it makes the romance richer and deeper and that much more special. Regan and Sawyer were high school sweethearts…but they had to keep their love a secret because Regan’s mom didn’t approve of Sawyer. Even though Sawyer was a high school sports star, popular and handsome, he had a huge secret: he and his brother and sister were living in poverty. Having to get clothes and food from the local church charity and his oldest brother dropping out of school to support the family after their parents died was a something Sawyer refused to speak about. Not even with Regan. Regan and her parents were wealthy and lived on the “good” side of Cottonbloom, Mississippi. Regan’s mom was living vicariously through her and Sawyer Fournette was not in the plans. She did everything she could to separate the pair, including exploiting her daughter’s doubts about the future she had with Sawyer. Needless to say, the breakup was monumental and devastated both Regan and Sawyer, causing irreparable damage and feelings of animosity, opposition, resentfulness and extreme hatred. Years later, those feelings have only increased and have become more inflamed as Regan and Sawyer battle it out for some well-needed prize money for their communities. Regan and Sawyer are the perfect antagonists. Almost comical in their arguments, the pair face off several times in the series as well as in this book. What is not comical is the genuine pain that both characters are suffering from. When town pranks turn into serious sabotages and threats, Sawyer puts aside his animosity to protect Regan. As they spend more time together, Regan and Sawyer start to fall in love again…only to figure out, they never stopped loving each other! Laura Trentham has quickly become a favorite author of mine. Her stories are heartfelt, funny and full of love. Regan and Sawyer’s story was tough to read but their love for one another superseded all the pain and heartache of the past. I loved them and all the people of Cottonbloom. I hope there are more books in the series because I’d love to spend more time in this wonderful community! ***I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of the book in 2016 in exchange for an honest review***

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