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  • Let the River Wash Away the Pain and Hurt

    This is my first time reading a book by Molly O'Keefe and first in the series for "The Riverview Inn". I went in with an open mind and liked her writing style. Alice is a chef that has had too many struggles along with a broken heart. She is down in the dumps and there does not seem to be an end in sight if she continues in her ways. She is stuck in her past and cannot bring herself to be happy. On the other hand, Gabe Mitchell has moved on to make his dream a reality by opening the Riverview Inn. He is definitely stunted in his emotional growth and avoidance seems to be his best friend. Because he doesn't realize that his dream was also part of his life with Alice. Also, his fear of being hurt keeps his family at bay even though they are helping him. The supporting characters in Patrick, Max and Cameron were a joy to read about. I still did not warm up to the main characters as a couple, especially Gabe. Loved Alice's determination and strength to pull herself out of her sorrows. However, I found Gabe to be stiff and not sure if he is ever going to mature. The writing even if a tad emotional and dramatic, is what kept me interested. The settings and descriptions also had me hooked. I am slightly intrigued to find out what happens next, especially if we find out what goes on with this couple and with Max! The issues dealt with this in this book were handled with care and hope. I appreciate an author who does that. If you want a story that plays on the heartstrings and can make you tear up (I didn't), but ends up being a happily ever after romance, this might be for you!

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  • Loved it

    This is an updated version of a previously published story and it was simply fantastic! Alice and Gabe's second chance story will have you laughing and crying at different stages. Both past and present, theirs is an emotional journey of lost dreams and new found hope and love. It is and certainly a story you don't want to miss.

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  • Bittersweet second chance

    Well, that book turned around almost completely from beginning to end. I was reading along, enjoying it, not really impressed with either character, but especially Alice. I wanted to know what happened to make her and Gabe split, and why everything seemed so hopeless for them. I also totally enjoyed Max and Cameron, and Patrick’s behind the scenes story was intriguing. Oh, and Daphne and Helen added so much to Gabe and Alice’s story. Then the tide started to turn in the story, and I started to tear up at what Alice and Gabe had gone through. I started to love Alice, and Gabe made my heart sore, then he made me made, then he made me sob. And then, their story clicked, and they got it, and as reader, it was one of the best second chances I had ever read!

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  • Wedding at the Riverview Inn

    ARC for honest review with no compensation Wedding at the Riverview Inn is book 1 in the new series Riverview Inn by Molly O’Keefe. Well written, a standalone with a back story woven throughout that gives you a better understanding of Gabe and his family dynamics. Alice a Michelin Star chef and Gabe the front person in the restaurant business had it all, married, working together, planning to built and run their own inn and having a family but it all fell apart after they lost their babies, couldn’t find a way to communicate the losses and got divorced. Now 5 years later, Gabe is in need of a chef for his newly built Riverview Inn’s grand opening which is a society wedding for 500 people. He finds Alice his ex, offers her a fresh start, a job and will help her get out of debt if she helps him with his grand opening of the inn. So much angst, tensions, past hurts, fulfilling dreams, second chances and finally opening up communications to find their HEA...or will the past keep them apart forever?? Can’t wait for the next book!!

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  • Magical Second Chance at Love

    Gabe and Alice’s second chance love story in The Wedding at the Riverview Inn by Molly O’Keefe, book 1 in the Riverview Inn series, was an emotional and enjoyable tale. Gabe built the Riverview Inn with the help of his dad and brother in the Catskill Mountains. This grand lodge, with breath-taking views would open with a society wedding, but Gabe was missing a chef. Since this was the dream he and his chef ex-wife had, maybe she would be willing to help him. Alice had hit rock bottom after her restaurant went bottom up, working at a chain restaurant and drinking way too much. She never expected her ex-husband to find her, offering her a job and fresh start. The deal is too good an offer to pass up, so she will help him and maybe get herself out of debt. Before the end of their marriage these two hurt each other deeply, but their feelings and love for each other have never gone away. Life is never simple, even at the Riverview Inn, as Alice ends up dealing with a bridezilla, a teenage delinquent, restarting and stopping a second chance with Gabe, raccoons sabotaging the wedding, and then there’s the series of letters Gabe’s dad receives. Maybe the magic of the Riverside Inn will work on Alice and Gabe, providing a second chance that will last forever. Ms. O’Keefe wrote a “can’t put down,” emotional, second chance romance that should not be missed. This tale abounds with emotions, sexual chemistry, humor, wonderful dialogue, and endearing characters giving Gabe and Alice a second chance at love, a family, and forever. I highly recommend The Wedding at the Riverview Inn to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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