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Arlie and Jack both had an awful parent each, but their love for each other and Arlie's stepmother made a big difference in their lives - until tragedy struck. Lives were changed drastically. The unnecessary guilt that Jack carried drove him away, separating him from friends and family, and especially the girl he loved.
Another death brings him back, heartaches begin to heal.
Both Arlie and Jack have their secrets, sorrows, and fears that hold them apart, but finally, love conquers all.
Liz's ability to create deep characters and secondary characters is amazing. You can't help but feel like they exist in real life.
Authors take the time to make their main characters seem life like and even the evil ones, (like Arlie's mom). Liz even had me rooting for Chris and he's not even a secondary character.
All in all, a great book. Well done my friend, well done.
As always, Liz has developed the characters in the book wonderfully so that you're rooting for them on every page, and even the town becomes something of a character. I can see the main street and the lake, the houses are crystal clear in my mind, and the people are the kind you know you would meet on a sunny, summer afternoon in Indiana. I loved this book, and I can't wait for the next one.
Arlie has a dead-beat mom and is much closer to her stepmom. Afraid that her genes will cause her to be like her biological mother, she's in no rush to have a family. When Jack left, she was crushed and can't believe that some things are so different after so many years, while other things remain unchanged, such as her feelings for him.
These characters both have secrets, deeply rooted issues involving their parents, and fears that make it very difficult to move forward in life. I enjoyed the process of growth and watching the transformations. Dreams are meant to be reached for and not just thought about. Of course, my favorite moments were the interactions between the two and I loved watching them rediscover one another. I love good, strong, family relationships and this story has those in abundance. Conflicts and love set the pace for this fine contemporary romance. I always know I'm going to get a great story with a Harlequin Heartwarming and this one is no exception.
Content: mild romance (kissing, talk of teen pregnancy, mention of past indiscretions); mild language (taking the Lord's name in vain a few times); mild violence (mention of drunk driving, deaths). Clean.
*I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review*