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I loved the plot of this story and all the underlying themes. Courtney Walsh as done it again! After I finish each of her books, that one becomes my new favorite! Don’t miss it!!
I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher. All opinions in this review are my own.
" . . .it's amazing that something wild and untamed could be so beautiful."
There's nothing wild and untamed about Quinn Collins; she's living her dream as a small business owner in the small Michigan town of Harbor Pointe; enjoying her quiet, predictable, orderly, organized life that doesn't include any semblance of an interruption from a tall, handsome, sassy, flirty Olympic skier with a gargantuan sized ego and temper to match. It's the temper part that lands Grady Benson in trouble; shackling him to hours of community service with none other than . . .. Quinn Collins.
It's just too much fun to rile the beautiful flower shop owner. If he has be stuck in the middle of nowhere, instead of training for the Olympic ski team, Grady Benson figures that annoying Quinn Collins can at least provide some local entertainment. She has a plan and she is sticking to it, no "live and let live" with her, but as Grady catches glimpses of vulnerability beneath the surface, a new image emerges and it's not too far off from his own efforts to prove himself worthy.
Are their differences too great or can Quinn and Grady "just let go"?
There's always going to be those fictional towns that you will fall in love with at first sight, and having spent many hours in gorgeous towns along the Lake Michigan shoreline, it was so easy to imagine Harbor Pointe and to quickly claim it as a favourite. In this close knit town, even if you’re not family - you’re family.
I loved the first book in this series 'Just Look Up'. Everything about the characters, the overall message and especially the location made that my top choice pick for contemporary fiction in 2017. Imagine my excitement when I heard that Courtney was releasing another story set here, I've been anticipating it as long as I have known about it. That can, occasionally cause a kind of anticlimax scenario, for the reader, and certainly lots of pressure on the author to deliver. I can safely say that I loved every single page of this book, I could not put it down. Again, we find ourselves pulled into a deeply complex plot revolving around two people, total polar opposites flung together by some may say fate... or more truer, by God.
Dealing with the fallout of Grady's actions that have led to an extended stay in the quaint small town he just wants to be rid of, local florist Quinn Collins wants absolutely nothing to do with him. Selfish, entitled celebrity that she supposes him to be, she knows he will be gone the minute he can swindle some kind of deal to enable his release from the crushing sentence imposed on him by the intimidating Judge. Fancy lawyers, limitless financial resources - and the Internet is full of his wild womanizing ways, she just wants to see the back of him. Doesn’t want his help with the Carnival, Expo and certainly not in her shop. What she wants and what she ultimately gets are two very different things, and this story will amuse, entertain and at the same time pull at your heartstrings and take you to a tender place, because emotionally connecting with Grady & Quinn comes naturally and easily.
Just like the story in which we became encompassed in the lives of Ryan & Lane, who return in 'Just Let Go', the characters both old and new, enrich the story and will bring Harbor Pointe to an even deeper place in your heart.
So well written, perfect pacing, unhurried beautiful story of finding long lasting healing in letting go of hurts so entrenched in the soul, it seems that nothing will remove them. So very difficult to find that peace, but as we know so well, when God is on your side, in your heart and in our thoughts - anything is possible.
Even in Winter, Harbor Pointe is one of my favourites. The cover is so beautiful and encompasses everything about the final scene. This story is not to be missed. Releasing in the summer, this would be my pick for that beach bag, on a warm Lake Michigan day by the lake.
Thank you to Tyndale House Publishers for the complimentary ARC. This is my honest review.
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