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Molly Harper never fails to entertain me and this story was just as sweet as her usual although a little shorter.
Marianne plans to spend her three-month vacation back in the sleepy town of Lake Sackett but she soon reconnects with her old life and heading back to the city doesn’t seem so sparkly anymore.
The shortness of this story and the lack of depth is a disappointment, but that’s only because I love Harper’s use of wit and it was less apparent in this book. The story was still cute, and the romance was there but I’d love to have heard Carl’s voice in this.
I am a huge fan so be warned this is will be biased. A gentle story of how our decision change with life and experience. A story of how our actions impact upon others and how we can hurt people without meaning to. No great passionate scenes but a real warm romance. The characters are truly likeable and the story flows. I do wish there was an epilogue as I was left worrying about Junior and how everything worked out long term. I think it was left that way because reality meant that it was only going one way but I would still have liked to have seen a sunny day after the rain had gone. Hope that you can whether life's storms and emerge stronger
Although there was no supernatural elements this was a cute story and had the great southern charm to it, that is typical of Molly Harper work...I am excited to read this new series and know I will adore it!!! Thanks Molly!!! Thanks Amanda!!! Great team work as always!!!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
There was less structure and buildup to draw the reader in. Also the main female character was both harder to relate to and bad in a way that made me want to see her fail. The narrator did an amazing job almost making up for the story.
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