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I love how April and Eddie relationship develops at a realistic pace. He knows full well of what April and Marcus has been though, on a first hand basis, in fact. So he's taking his time and letting her get to know and trust him first, before he makes any moves on her. Sweet little Marcus stole my heart and soul completely. Even though he was so scared, he was always more concerned about his momma's well being first and foremost. I can't believe he continued to be such a sweet and caring little boy, after the horrible things his father put him through. And April wasn't just some weak sniveling woman, either. She stood strong and got them both out of there as soon as she could. It took a lot of courage and determination to finally walk away from the volatile life they were living in. I applaud anyone, man or woman, for having the courage to do that.
If you're reading this story but you haven't read the 'REMMINGTON SERIES' yet, you might've been a bit confused as to who these people are, or just how bad things were for April & Marcus before the Remmington brothers literally saved their lives by moving them to Summer's Lake.. Guy, (April's soon to be ex), was a real rat Bast**d, and then some. It wasn't bad enough that he constantly used them both as his personal whipping post, but he also verbally abused them both, as well. He was like the "BOSS HOG" of Montana. He didn't do the dirty deeds around town to the unexpected victims, though. No.... he paid people to do his dirty work, while he hide like a coward gathering his alibis'. Everyone there in town knows full well that he was behind all those crimes, but legally they couldn't seem to fnd a way to pin it on him. I am so glad he's finally getting his just rewards. People like him should rot in jail, forever!
SJ's perfect penmanship, great character development and humor, makes all of her books a real joy to read. They also are very heart-warming books. The kind that will keep with you for days after you finish reading, or if you're anything like me....even longer.
This is book 10 in the Summer Lake Series, however if you follow the Remington Ranch Series, this is the continuation of April's escape from Guy, proving that life goes on. April is a strong woman, she just needs the courage to see it within herself and Eddie is that courage. He has a true heart of gold, making him her best friend. He gives her the confidence to discover who she really is and the backbone to stand up for what she really believes in.
I have always said SJ McCoy is an artist with words, this time she takes it a step further. She has created a healing story. So many men and women need to know they are not alone and need to feel April and Eddie's strength. They need to see themselves through her eyes and realize that their dreams can come true too.
I can only imagine what it would be like for a single parent, especially a female having lived through verbal and physical abuse, with the only thing worse being your child getting the same treatment or worse. You can only despise ex-husband Guy who has caused havoc and messed with too many peoples lives; isn't it wonderful when you see karma at work!
I love McCoy's books, because I feel like I'm sitting right next to my friends sharing life's journey wherever they go. Get lost for a few hours with your friends from Summer Lake or the Remington's in Montana... Like true friends where you pick up where you left off, where no time as passed! Enjoy!