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Ryan's wife was killed when she was in the wrong place at the wrong time, leaving him to raise his three children alone. With the support of friends he continues his work as a reserve soldier and is the caretaker of his in-laws rental cottages. The children are a big part of the plot as he is determined to give them a normal life and get past the loss of their mother. The youngest, Maya and her belief in faeries and make believe add a delightful touch as she faces the loss of her mother at age four. The two boys are very different and both thoughtful and work to help each other and their sister and their dad too.
Holly is on location, staying in Ryan's in-laws house and shares her real name with Ryan and does not mention she is the star of the movie being shot in the small Canadian town of Pine Harbour.
I loved Love on a Spring Morning with the lumberjack description of Ryan and the hot movie star and three adorable children and a town full of friends to support the grumpy and grief stricken Ryan.
A widower and single father Ryan Howard was way too busy with his three kids (4, 7 and 9) and his job (Paramedic, and Army Reserves) to care about the movie that was supposed to start filming in his little town of Pine Harbour. He was supposed to be helping the movie-staff who's renting out his in-law's place just down the road, but he can't stand Hollywood types, except for the quiet intern who does her running every evening and they had nice chats. But Holly's no intern... Holly is really Hope Creswell, superstar. She's at the top of her career, but Ryan was the only one who can make her feel... something real, something genuine. And before she can explain her double life, he kissed her. Now nothing will be the same...
Find the story rather sweet, but the ending was basically getting angry at the "betrayal". Like both characters, but the story is mostly on Holly/Hope, so the story was a little uneven.
But even so...I still liked the story. The biggest draw back for me, though, were all the graphic sex scenes. IMO- they over done & actually started to ruin the whole story. I am in no way a prude, but sometimes it just feels like less is more. In this case I would have loved the story to have been more focused on the relationship not only between Holly & Ryan, but also with the kids, and how they interacted as a family unit.
This book dealt with a more serious topic than previous titles in this series - moving on after the death of a wife and mother. For the most part it was an easy and engaging read but I did find it more emotion evoking than the previous two books in the series. I hope we get to revisit this couple in future books in the series as I definitely found myself wanting to read more about this couple.
And ahhhh, the wonder of waking up to love, to hope and to its peaceful joy is beautifully paced and true. Holly and Ryan swept me away!