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    Awesome

    Awesome read! I truly enjoy this series and this book is one of my favorites. Willa is such a unique character and Jackson is just so swoony. The story is wonderfully written with a great storyline and a nice pace to the story. Willa Brown wound up in Cottonbloom strictly by accident. Then what she thought would be a quick stop along the road turns into a home she doesn't want to leave. She may have no choice though if her past ever catches up to her. She would definitely miss Jackson Abbott. She knows it's a one-sided crush but a girl can dream. Right?? Jackson has never been the relationship type but what he feels for Willa is different and new. He knows she has secrets and while he won't push her he wants nothing more than for her to trust him. Can they find a way to each other or will Willa's past have her running for the hills? I highly recommend this one.
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    Sweet, small town romance

    I was given a copy of When The Stars Come Out by Laura Trentham in exchange for an honest review. This book is part of a series but can be read alone. The only thing that I did not like about this book, was that I was so into the book, I did not get very many of my chores or errands done the day and a half it took me to read it. The characters are sweet, the story telling was smooth and flowed well. I had a hard time putting it down. I loved the descriptions of the town, people, scenery even the imagery of the seasons. I really loved that the characters were relatable. I can't wait to read more stories by Laura Trentham. I don't even think I will care whether it is a part of this series or not... as long as it follows the same flow and interesting storyline that this book had.
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    contemporary romance

    When the Stars Come Out by Laura Trentham Cottombloom #5 Jackson Abbot and Willa Brown, after two years working together, finally wise up and realize there might be more for them together in the future than working on cars. Jackson and his three brothers are co-owners of the garage their father established four decades ago. The eldest, Ford, is putting pressure on all of them to get money for his share of the business. Wyatt, Jackson’s twin, met his love in the last book and Mack is to meet his in the next one. This one is all about Jackson and Willa, though, and it was a whole lot of fun to read! The Abbot brothers are pretty sure Willa has secrets but she is a cracker jack mechanic they want to keep around. When Jackson realizes that Willa could move on at any time he also realizes he does not want her to do so. That means making some changes and making moves and he is quickly on task to keep her around. This story deals with Willa’s past and her secret. It deals with why Ford needs money. It spends a bit of time at the track Jackson races on. It provides resolution for Willa. It sets up the next book in the series. And, it provides the HEA that Willa and Jackson so richly deserve. This was an easy to read book without any major highs or lows and was somewhat predictable but perfect for that day you just want an easy relaxing romance to read that has a happy ending. Thank you to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press and the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    I love the Abbott brothers.

    I just love the Abbott brothers. We heard a little about Willa in the last book and I am glad Willa and Jackson got their story. Willa has been a mechanic at the garage for a couple of years, but the brothers know little about her. They know that she is an excellent mechanic and Jackson works side by side with her all the time. He never even noticed her as a woman before. But, when he does, he knows he can't ever let her run away. Willa has been running for years and has kept her background a secret. She doesn't want anyone hurt. She hasn't trusted anyone in a long time and isn't sure she should give Jackson her secret. As both Jackson and Willa are dealing with their past, they find they don't want to be alone any more.
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    I fell in love with Jackson!

    I read a lot of books, so it's pretty unusual for me to pick up a new book of a series and remember the previous one. I knew exactly what had happened in Laura Trentham's last book. It made that big of an impression. I really love that the heroes (at least in the books in the series that I've read) work in an auto garage. Thank you, thank you, thank you Ms. Trentham for not putting another million/billionaire out there! Willa was a very likable character. I felt sorry for the type of things she was enduring (like living in a really sh.... trailer. However, she was one tough cookie. It was endearing that Jackson had never noticed the woman lurking beneath her baggy clothes, coverall and ratty baseball cap. I loved that once he started taking notice, it knocked him on his butt. Helping her take care of her dog was the end all for me--new book boyfriend! The ends were all tied up VERY quickly and that part didn't seem realistic to me, but I got my Trentham HEA, so I'm good to go... to the library to find the first books in the series that I missed. I hope the wait for the next new one isn't too long. Mack needs his HEA, too, and it looks like it's going to be a bumpy road ahead for him!
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