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Finding Our Forever (Silver Springs) Mass Market Paperback – March 21, 2017
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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Brenda Novak has penned over 45 novels. A two-time Rita nominee, she's won The National Reader's Choice, The Bookseller's Best, The Bookbuyer's Best and many other awards. She runs an annual online auction for diabetes research every May at www.brendanovak.com. To date, she’s raised over $2 million. Brenda considers herself lucky to be a mother of five and married to the love of her life.
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New Horizons Boys Ranch, located on the outskirts of town, is a boarding school for troubled teens that Aiyana Turner founded. Aiyana works to do all she can to heal the troubled boys and she even adopted eight of them.
Cora Kelly is the heroine of FiNDING OUR FOREVER. Cora comes to New Horizon as a teacher hoping to get to know Aiyana, who she discovered is her birth mother (she was adopted as a baby.) She goes under false pretenses as she doesn't tell her parents she was trying to meet her birth mother.
Elijah, is the the oldest of Aiyana's sons and is the hero of FINDING OUR FOREVER. Even though he is now in charge of the school, he still struggles with his own issues from his youth. His work with the boys helps him but he still has difficulty with relationships.
Even though she wasn't looking for love, Cora is the perfect match for Elijah, except that she keeps the secret that could ruin things between them.
Their story is tender yet full of pain that threatens to drive them apart, but brings them together for an amazing happily ever after that we can always expect from Brenda Novak romances.
Adoption. Are the children instinctively wired to try to find their birth mothers?
While this is a beautiful and touching romance, it was also tense waiting for the unfortunate time when secrets are revealed. We don't want people to be hurt by our actions, but lies and secrets are often the catalyst for pain.
Superbly written covering all the family dynamics of adoption and abuse. And romance.
I'm looking forced to more of this series.
“As promised, in a short time, he had her vehicle completely unloaded.
“Thank you,” she said as he put down the last box.
“See you later.” His conscience appeased, he started toward his truck.
He stopped again. “Yes?”
“I—I have a boyfriend. Sort of.”
He felt his eyebrows slide up. Then he almost laughed. She was assuming he had an ulterior motive for helping her. “I’m sorry if I gave you the wrong impression,” he said. “I was only trying to make your move a little easier.”
Her cheeks bloomed red. “Right. Of course you were. I’m sorry.”
Cora’s face burned as she watched Eli drive off. “What’s wrong with you?” she muttered to herself. “Of course he was just trying to help. It’s not as if he asked for your number.”
That blunder actually said more about her than it did him, she realized. He hadn’t been anything but circumspect. She was the one who’d had a difficult time keeping her eyes off him. She was so aware of him on a sexual level that it was hard to act as if she wasn’t, which was odd. She couldn’t remember having such a strong reaction to any other man. That was the reason she’d suddenly tried to throw up a barrier. She’d been hoping to give him a reason to look at her differently—or stay away entirely—and wound up making a fool of herself instead.
“I told you I didn’t need your help,” she grumbled to him even though he was gone, and cringed at the prospect of having to face him at the staff meeting in a few hours.
“You had to do that on your first day here, Cora?” she said as she started to unpack.”
Excerpt From: Novak, Brenda. “Finding Our Forever.”
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