When they move back, Taylor can’t seem to remain apathetic toward her ex-husband or his nine-year-old daughter. She discovers that maybe all wasn’t as it seemed so many years ago. And maybe—just maybe—she and her ex-husband need each other more now than they ever have before. But can the exes put the past behind them and find a way to forgive each other? Or will they let past mistakes and misunderstandings keep them from future happiness?
Return to Merryton and join Taylor and Easton on their journey, and catch up with old friends you grew to love in Jessie Belle.
If you have never read a book by Jennifer Peel, you are missing out on something fantastic. I'm serious. Jennifer has a way of writing that just pulls you right in as a reader. Every single book. How does she do that? What a gift. Seriously.
This book brought me right into the lives of Taylor and Easton. We first see Easton in the first book in this series. He is a broken and unhappy man. Knowing of him indirectly in the other book (Jessie Belle) really helped me feel for Easton in this book- especially since the whole book is told from Taylor's point of view.
I felt like I was living right in this story with the characters. The emotions were real and tangible. I understood them and I was just bursting for wanting things to work out. My tummy had butterflies and my heart pounded. I felt sad and I felt happy but no matter which emotion I was feeling, I love how the underlying emotion was always hope.
I really can't say enough good about the way Jennifer Peel writes. It resonates with me as a reader and I am always over the moon excited when I get to read a book that she has written. I cannot wait for the next book in this series!! It's going to be good!
My biggest, loudest, most heartfelt thanks to the author for providing me a copy of this book for review. :)