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    The characters are vivid and real!

    Whenever I see 'author: Donna Fasano' I don't hesitate to buy. Her Boardwalk series (NO cliffhangers) is a wonderful gift to all readers, not just those of romance. Daniel and Heather - in my humble opinion - are so real, it's like the reader is part of their lives and the story. The dialogue is wonderful and just flows seemlessly - the characters are well-developed and frankly, I'd go to Ocean City and stay at the Lonely Loon just to meet them. Their story is very 'today.' I won't spoil it but it deals with the aftermath of every woman's nightmare - breast cancer. Heather learns to trust and return to living. Daniel, in sharing his personal trials, learns the same. Together, Heather and Daniel make a strong team for the readers to enjoy over and over again.
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    Fantastic

    A beautiful story of two battered souls who find each other and help each other deal with a few of the twists life throws at you. Heather is the owner of the Lonely Loon B&B and while she's thankful to have the entire place rented out by 1 guest, the requirement for total quiet is slowly getting to her. Her guest is a writer so she assumes he needs to quiet to finish his book. Does he have to be so grouchy and anti-social though?? During a bit of a mental break she confronts him and finds that he is not as uncaring and grouchy as he seems. In fact, DB "Daniel" Atwell seems to be a kind man who is dealing with something that is making him profoundly sad. As these two really get to know each and the real issues of their lives are exposed, it becomes obvious how much they care about each other but will their love be enough??? This is a wonderful book and one I highly recommend for everyone.
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    Two hearts in Winter

    This is a lovely story with some really good topics. Breast cancer, reconstruction after mastectomy. Kidnapping of a child and trust. Deals very well with these.
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    Heather's Story

    Note: I was given a complimentary copy for an honest review. It's not a long book, so I'm going to have to be ambiguous in places to avoid giving away spoilers. This book continues the stories of the residents in Ocean City with the focus this time on Heather. Heather is the owner of the Lonely Loon B&B and at the end of the previous book, Following His Heart, she has a new guest check in. He's reserved the entire B&B for the entire winter. Daniel Atwell needs quiet and solitude. He's supposed to be writing a book, but his secrets are becoming more than he can bear. And, when he realizes that he's creating a frustrating environment for his hostess, he feels the need to reach out to her. And, the more he reaches out to her, the more attracted to her he becomes. Heather feels attracted to Daniel, but she's ashamed of her body and is convinced that she's ugly. She refuses to allow a man to get close to her. Can the two of them move beyond their past hurts and pains? Can they resolve the conflict that is keeping them apart? I enjoyed this book. It does deal with some heavy issues, but those are in a fair and balanced manner. Heather has some very real issues that many women today are facing. Daniel, on the other hand, experiences a living nightmare beyond description. His struggles are real, yet he continues to live in hope of things working out. The end of the book is also realistic and satisfactory. Not everything is wrapped up in a tidy little bow - that's not real life. But, the reader is left with the satisfaction that the characters will continue to work things to a full and complete conclusion. Hopefully, the next book will focus on Cathy and more of the characters' lives will be revealed. Do not misunderstand, there is NO cliffhanger. But, the reader understands that another character will likely get her story next and the other characters' lives will continue in the background. This story did the same with Sara. Her story continued in the background of this book. Romance - PG / PG13. There is kissing, some heavy petting, but the romance scene is largely fade to black. There are some Innuendos - women talking about romance and references of desire between characters Language - PG / PG13 - There are a few strong words - nothing extreme My rating - 5 stars
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    A tender tear-jerker

    Two Hearts in Winter is the second book in this series, and just as beautiful as the first. Even though this is a stand-alone, it does help to read Following His Heat as the friendship between Heather, Sara and Cathy form the nucleus of the Boardwalk series. I loved the characters involved as they are integral in the success of the book. When Heather receives a request to rent our her B&B to a single guest for the winter with onerous demands, she is not overly impressed, but seeing as he has rented all the rooms in her B&B, she can't complain as she is receiving her full rent. No matter how much privacy Daniel requires, it is inevitable that their lives will clash and when they do, there is a connection. Daniel is carrying heart-breaking grief and tension, while Heather is denying her right to a relationship based on past issues. Together, they experience the relief that comes from talking about their pain. I kept my box of tissues handy throughout the reading of this book, and I used them liberally. I was happy that it ended on a positive note.
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