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Love in a Small Town: The Soldier's Second Chance (Pine Harbour Book 1) by [York, Zoe]
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"A wonderfully written feel good romance and one I would highly recommend to small town romance fans!" ~ KT Book Reviews

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Zoe York is a busy working mom of two young boys, wife to a very understanding soldier, and creator of modern, sexy, small town contemporary romances. Her debut novel, What Once Was Perfect, started the popular Wardham series, and her first military romance, Fall Out, was released as part of the international bestselling SEALs of Summer super bundle. She lives in London, Ontario and is currently chugging Americanos, wiping sticky fingers, and dreaming of heroes in and out of uniform.

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  • File Size: 1099 KB
  • Print Length: 228 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: ZoYo Press (August 26, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 26, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MQ67ZOU
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,713 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is the kind of romance novel that continues to just make me angry when I'm done. In fact, I think I would rather a book be awful than find myself in the middle of a 4 star read that takes a tired, cheap way out at the end. How so? I was drawn in by the characters and their situation from the very beginning. The problems and emotions felt real and well thought out. I felt like the author tried very hard to treat the situation, a divorced couple who longed to be together again with the complexity it deserved. Neither was the bad guy, but both had made their mistakes. There was growth and progression for both of them throughout the book. Plenty of chemistry and reasonably well tempered angst. I was getting to the 75% mark or so and just loving it. Then, it happened. Rather than taking the hard path of coming to a resolution through the drama created by the characters and their interpersonal predicament, I got the cheap, over-the-top stunt. Without giving away anything, I'll just say one of the main characters goes through a traumatic event. And of course, that experience suddenly puts everything between the couple into focus. Voila and here's your bow! I was so disappointed. I wanted to yell, "But you were doing it! You were writing an engrossing emotional story about two good people wading through the complicated mess of an adult relationship! You were succeeding!" Nonetheless, I enjoyed the book. I just wish Ms. York would have been a bit more brave at the end. She didn't need the stunt.
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Love in a small town by Zoe York is the first book in a new series that takes place in a town called Pine Harbor. This is the story of Rafe and Olivia, a couple that divorced two years ago, but still love each other desperately.

Rafe and his whole family have always lived here, and Rafe is a police officer, and a part time Reservist in the military. Rafe and Olivia met while he was training out of town, they fell in love and were married in a whirlwind of a few months time! When they go back to Rafe's hometown, the trouble starts and between his mom's interfering, Rafe always working and being sent to training, which leads to little or no time for Olivia, trouble brews. Eventually, Rafe is resentful of Olivia always wanting time from him he can't give her and tells her she is too needy.

This is the final nail in the coffin so to speak, and after a couple of weeks of no communication, Rafe asks Olivia if she wants a divorce. Olivia feeling this is what Rafe wants, says yes, They get divorced, however thy are both still crazy in love and the next two years are spent with them bumping into each other and Rafe eats at a diner Olivia works at a few times a week. One morning Rafe shows up at the diner with a woman, who is wearing his flannel shirt, and Olivia is cut to the quick, and Rafe realizes that something that is so innocent is so damning in her eyes, attempts to explain but she refuses to listen, At this point Olivia decides its best she move on.

Rafe is desperate to keep her in town, and she is desperate to leave, and so she starts planning on what to do.
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This is a wonderful second chance at love story, telling of the romance between Rafe and Olivia. Married six years ago after a whirlwind courtship, their expectations of each other were not tempered in reality, resulting in a divorce. Still living in the same small town and carrying strong feelings for each other, Olivia chooses to accept a new position despite feeling that leaving town would be better for her emotionally than constantly seeing Rafe. Will this decision give them the time and chance they need to open their hearts to each other again?

There are so many things to love about this story that it's hard to know where to start! One of the things I really enjoy about Zoe's writing is that she has a knack for not sugar coating reality. Marriage is hard. Marriage takes work. Marriage needs understanding and patience. And when a marriage fails, it is rarely the fault of only one party. In this story both Olivia and Rafe are finally able to admit to themselves and to each other that they both made mistakes. Bedroom compatibility had never been the problem and the sexual tension still exists and flourishes whenever they are together. Zoe crafts love scenes between them that are sensual and emotional, full of the reality of the love they still share for each other even if they aren't still married. Rafe is a handsome, caring man, dedicated to his family and his town and trying to balance that with his commitment to his marriage. He knows that he has failed Olivia and is willing to do anything to have her give him another chance. Olivia is friendly, outgoing, and her divorce from Rafe was out of a sense of desperation that he didn't value her enough over his other obligations.
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