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    A wonderful heartwarming story of going home, remembering good times, and finding new love all wrapped up in the magic of the holiday season. Liv Tomblyn hasn't been back to Tall Pines in four years. She always thought there would be time but now her beloved Nammy is gone and she's returning for her service and to help her mother and sister handle things. A lot about Tall Pines is just as she remembered them but some things have definitely changed. One of those changes is standing in front of her. Scotty Leroux, once the class clown has definitely changed and now appears to be a town favorite. Liv soon realizes she's missed a lot by not coming back but her life is in Dallas now. Right?? Or maybe if she opens her mind and heart to it, she might find all she needs right here at home. Definitely a must read for the holidays. I highly recommend it.
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    Cute, but not a traditional romance

    Although there is a bit of a love story, this is really about Liv finding herself again. She moved away to another state and is now back for her grandmother’s funeral. It’s unfortunate that such a horrible event brought her home but she’s felt guilty about being so far away and now is her chance to reevaluate her life. And it doesn’t hurt to have Scott around as she does :) I love good ol’ boy Scott. He’s hard-working, caring, friendly and giving. He helps so many people around town. And that include Liv. She’s at a cross-roads and he’s there to give her support but also a little push here & there to stay so that they can explore their feelings. She’s a little prickly and confused and can be difficult but she is also dealing with a lot with the funeral & her future. It can put anyone on edge :) While she’s not the softest person she does love her family and she wants what is best for them. And she may struggle a little but she finds it really hard to resist Scott’s charms … because he wouldn’t! While this is set at Christmas time it isn’t one of those that is steeped in the holidays. This can easily be enjoyed at pretty much any time of year. (This is the first in this series that I’ve read but I really enjoyed it and not having that history didn’t seem to bother me.) *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
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    Holiday Romance

    Sweet small town romance, with a kiss or two, that has Liv questioning just what she really needs in life when she is called home to help her mother deal with her grandmother’s death. Liv is picked up from the airport by a classmate when her sister and mother have an issue to deal with and cannot come themselves. She and Scott reminisce, feel a spark but also realize that with limited time together before Liv returns to Texas there is not much sense in starting anything. The story deals with the funeral of Liv’s grandmother, sorting through Nammy’s possessions, an injury, Braxton Hicks contractions, memories and other issues before the book concludes. The interest between Liv and Scott is there but it is not as electric as it is in many other books. I have to say I was drawn more to Scott than I was to Liv. Why? Well, Scott was happy with who he was, enjoyed his chosen profession and was a good man. Liv, on the other hand, had huge self-expectations, worried about looking stupid more than being happy and was afraid…of more than one thing. I am not sure why they were attracted to one another unless there is some sort of magic in town that assists couples in finding one another. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington books for the ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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