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If you like a sweet and poignant romantic tale pick this up. I cannot wait for the next book. This is definitely an author to watch.
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the book from the author, and his review is my own opinion.
Maggie Stewart is a retired lawyer, trying to keep up with the old cottage she owned in Summerfield village, England. All her children are grown and have their own families, and she's content to ride her horses and occasionally consult to pay for the upkeep. Until she came up against a man she had admired... many years ago, Greg Warren. Greg was a ranch owner in Idaho, rich, and a widower, who consults with the oil companies, with a daughter who's hostile to any female that's not her dead mother (i.e. everyone). The two became fond of each other, and invited each other to their respective homes, as both felt the loneliness of their lives and wanted to take a chance with each other. But is there a way to reconcile the two separate worlds they live in?
Most romances tend to with the young crowd, so finding a novel that deal with romance with people in their 40's (or perhaps a little more) was surprising and charming. The plot was slow, but this is a pretty "cozy" romance where things move at its own pace.
I'm ready for the next one in the series!
I found the scenery particularly enjoyable and loved the comparison of the two worlds. Those who enjoy nature/horses will certainly find this a satisfying sweet romance read. I want to hang out in Maggie's cottage after reading the beautiful descriptions!
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the book from the author, and this review is my own opinion.
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