Friday, June 30, 2017

My Dearest Love by Sarah M. Eden

From the USA Today Bestselling author of the Longing for Home series, MY DEAREST LOVE is a new romance novella set in the beloved world of Hope Springs.

Ian O’Connor spends his days in the purgatory of a New York textile factory, enduring the dangerous conditions to keep his family afloat. Somewhere in the vast, dark corridors of his daily prison is an angel. He has seen her only once but is determined to find her again.

Biddy Dillon has lost her home and her family. Loneliness chips away at her fragile hopes until she meets Ian, whose soft-spoken kindness touches her heart. For the first time in years, she begins to believe in the possibility of good things to come.

When tragedy conspires to pull the couple apart, they must decide if theirs is a future meant to be built together, or if fate has other plans.

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I love everything Sarah Eden and I love everything Hope Springs.  This novella had me craving Hope Springs and the O'Connor family again.  I'm so excited that there is a full length novel (Love Remains) coming out soon!  Yay!!

This series is about a family of Irish immigrants who come to America in hopes of escaping starvation and depression and finding the American dream.  It is full of texture and emotion.  There is heartache but hope.  It's a grand journey and I would recommend this series to anyone.

Ian is so sweet and gentle.  I loved his instant attraction to Biddy and how he views her as an angel- his angel.  Ian is exactly who Biddy needs to love her and his family is exactly what she needs as well.  This novella was short and sweet- over before I was ready, but it is a great prequel to introduce a fantastic series with an amazing cast of characters.  I love this series!

Content:  clean, a couple sweet kisses

- I received a copy of this book for free.  A positive review was not required and all opinions expressed are my own.

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