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- Print Length: 153 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00V2S7X36
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #410,990 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Lisa Addaria has always felt no one understood her. No one that is except her Father, who is now gone. When she left Moon Lake for the big city, it was to find a new life, but it was also to get as far away from home as possible. But now her life is calling her back home. Her Mother is in critical health and Lisa needs to sees her.
What Lisa doesn’t expect is to run into Greg Mora, her sister’s ex-boyfriend. Or at least she didn’t expect to run into his truck. Blinded by the torrential rain storm, she hits Greg’s new truck, which is parked in front of her family’s home. And even more surprising is to see the man demolishing the bathroom inside said home. Greg, it seems, has given up on his dreams of becoming a doctor, and traded them in for a tool belt.
Greg is still the handsome man Lisa remembered; only now he is carrying around the emotional scars from the war. And Lisa is still the kid sister of his former girlfriend; now a beautiful woman who still can catch is eye. But can two broken people see into each other’s souls and help heal the wounds that have been open for far too long?
What Lisa and Greg don’t know is that there is a Cupid in the form of Lisa’s Mother, trying to put the two of them together.
This story brought tears to my eyes. It was touching, loving and beautifully told.
Having read the two previous installments of the Moon Lake adventures, I was looking forward to this one. We previously met Greg, the hero of this book, in the last book, Fortune on Moon Lake. It was easy to tell that Greg had problems in the last book from his tour in Afghanistan. While he seemed better at the beginning of this book, it soon became obvious that he really wasn't all that much better. He worked very hard to keep his problems with PTSD hidden and there's no mention of any counseling in his story line...so he went it all alone.
Lisa, our heroine, has problems of her own stemming from feelings of inadequacy and the subsequent bad life decisions she made. She returns home to a lot of changes. She also returns home at the behest of her mother who orchestrates a whole subplot trying to reconcile her family. While I understood Lisa, I didn't really care for her at the beginning of the book. She's an acquired taste. She showed herself to be a very talented and caring individual as the book progressed.
Lisa and Greg both grow a tremendous amount during the course of the book. Barbara, her mother, seems to have everyone's best interest at heart--even if she does go about things in a rather devious way. Trust me, by the end of the book, you'll be cheering for both Lisa and Greg to achieve their dreams. This was a most enjoyable read and one that I will read again in the future. Kudos to the author for another good one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book #3 in a series. I received the audio version in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoyed this story. The characters are very well-developed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. Westrope
Another great series by Amy Gamet. Look forward to many more!Published 6 months ago by George W. Hammond
The last book in the series of three, Return to Moon Lake, made me want more books in the series. Each book is a stand-alone book, but its nice to have them all to read in order. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Susie Q
I fell in love with Amy Gamet and her Moon Lake series.Published 11 months ago by Michelle Striegel
Love these books! Amazing story line. It makes you keep going back for more. It took me 2 days a piece on each book. I would recommend this book also!Published 11 months ago by Amanda Klintworth