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  • Contemporary Romance

    Savannah and Adelmo both have secrets. They are haunted by their pasts. They both want to achieve their goals But those goals might not be what they once were. Savannah is a doctor who bought a farm and moved north from Georgia to Connecticut. She has been in Bitterly for over a decade and has friends – good friends. When she finds that her trusted farm workers are leaving but have provided a nephew to take their places she is skeptical but prepares for the arrival of a young man – but the man who arrives is not what she expected – not at all. With instant chemistry not acted upon they start to get acquainted. Adelmo meets the community, learns the land and begins to find out who he really is and really wants to be in the future. Savannah is dealing with headaches that have plagued her for a long long time. When a friend suggests a theory for the headaches Savannah is unconvinced but the idea does begin to grow on her. What I loved about this book: * Both Savannah and Adelmo are intelligent, educated and self-aware * The fact that Savvy and Ade take time to know one another and care before taking their relationship further. * The issues both have to deal with are real, deep and not easily brushed under a rug. * There was discussion of there being “more” than what the eye can see and I do believe that, too. And more than anything – this book spoke to me and made me think and made me care. I like books like this one and highly recommend it to you. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Publishing for the copy to read. This is my honest review.

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