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    Great Start

    I was surprised by how much I loved the first book in the Pine Grove series. Although there are intimate scenes in the story, they are truly secondary. Instead, the character development & romance of the story are the primary focus. I was touched; I smiled; I cried; I sighed. I look forward to getting to know more in charming Pine Grove. I think I’m falling in love with a town!
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    Emotional heartwarming

    This was a touching read as I read it I thought this is going to become one big mess. A sister writes a letter but doesn’t sign her name but her sister. This is a heartbreak waiting to happen. The author spins a sad tale of a soldier that needs a friend, needs to connect with someone back home as he puts his life on the line. They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and as Jory beholds herself she finds she is lacking more so when she stands beside her beautiful sister. She really just wants to be loved and needed, wanting a reason to get up in the morning, some fun, helping someone feel important, wanting to feel important to someone. As they start writing they build a relationship. He thinks he is writing to this beautiful sexy lady when in fact he is writing to a normal everyday woman with issues. It is a very touching read that has some steamy moments, the letters are cute as they learn more about each other. It really warmed my heart but as we all know things must come out. How will Trent feel when he finds out he has been lied to? What a mess…. I would have liked it to have been a little longer with a little more detail given. It was a little rushed but a nice read that holds your attention making your heart go out to the characters. There are some wonderful characters you have no trouble relating to. An enjoyable short read filled with emotions that are very heartwarming.
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    Wish the book didn't seem to drag on forever

    This poor book...The story just seemed to drag on with unnecessary details that I feel it bogged down the story. There were times I was skipping over all the details because I just wanted to find out what happened next. Jory...This woman got on my nerves. I love him, I don't love him. I want to be with him, I don't want to be with him. She couldn't seem to make up her mind about anything. **side note...I don't think the author could make up her name what last name she wanted to use. At the beginning it's Jory Wheeler, then later it's Jory Walker. ** I got kind of aggravated with the women in this book. Amber is 25, yet she acts so immature I honestly thought she was 16. She blames her sister for getting embarrassed in the store, yet she wouldn't have been put in that position had she not lied to the Marine. Also what was with all the "the journalist" "the marine"? Why not just say their names? All in all, it was a good story, just bogged down with WAYYY too many details! The women couldn't seem to decide if they were adult independent women or wanted to act like gossiping teenagers

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