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- Print Length: 204 pages
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- Publication Date: July 29, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007RBS4BC
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #405,279 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In the first book, Bluestone Homecoming, Leo's son Max was eight years old when Trinity became pregnant. In Leaving Bluestone, Trinity has her baby nine months later and Max jumped right over nine and turned ten.
In Bluestone Song,Linda calls someone in a panic when her sister is assaulted, and later it's revealed that she called her brother Adam. When the girls were discharged from the hospital they were given a ride home by Maddox. In the third book Quinn said that Linda called him, and Adam was leaving to go get the girls from the hospital.
In Leaving, when Lilly's parents arrived for the holidays her mother told her that Lilly's brother Will and his wife Janice were en route with their kids, yet when her brother and sister-in-law arrived their names had changed to Scott and JoAnne.
These inconsistencies were probably only picked up because I read them one right after the other, without any other books interrupting the flow. If I had the option of half stars I would have given this book four and a half.
Quinn Alden came back to Bluestone after the death of his buddy, Gerry. He left the service and came back to Bluestone to run the bar and grill he and Gerry bought. He feels guilty for living when Gerry didn’t and he felt guilty for being attracted to Gerry’s girlfriend, Lily Prater. He says he is selling the bar and grill and leaving Bluestone. Will he? He is estranged from his own family who live in Kansas.
Lily Prater is the heart of Bluestone. She has the ideas and energy to carry them out. She wants things to be similar to what they were when she was a girl growing up here. She owns the Landing and rents cabins and takes people out on fishing tours. When she has an idea, she somehow manages to get Quinn involved. She is in love with Quinn but he can’t see her romantically, only at Gerry’s girl and buddies don’t encroach.
Can she help Quinn when he has to go back to Kansas when his father is ill? Can she keep Quinn in Bluestone?
I loved the series. Each book is a nice quick read and after you read the first, you'll want to read the next two. These are the first books I've read by MJ Fredrick, but now I'll be on the lookout for more.
While the third book in the trilogy moved quite a bit slower than the first two, it did not fail to engage me. There is a great sense of reality in this book. The characters, their lives, their actions are all quite believable. My heart ached for Quinn because of the emotional turmoil that he goes through as much as I loved that Lily was such a spitfire.
Lovely little romance! I suspect we'll see a couple more stories come out of Bluestone.
Quinn loves Lilly but feels guilty about his feelings. She was his best friends girl and since his best friend did not make it back from the war Quinn feels like he does not deserve Lilly. All he ever talks about is leaving. All he ever does is complain. His actions tell another story though. Quinn quickly get pulled into all of Lilly's planning and conviving to save Bluestone. His actions say a completely different thing then his words.
I enjoyed this story and felt that it was a good conclusion to the series. I did feel that Quinn threw up some rediculous excusses for why the two of them could not be together. Overall though it was a good story.
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