My Review Of The Inn Boonsboro Trilogy

The Next Always (Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy #1)The Next Always by Nora Roberts
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Read all three books one after the other. Each book is stand alone and satisfying on its own but read together without taking a break. I discovered that Nora Roberts wove two plot lines through the series which impressed me with her skill. Each book adds new intriguing elements to those arcs. The Next Always The Last Boyfriend The Perfect Hope

I’ve never read a paranormal romance before so I was happy to discover this wasn’t between a human and a ghost. Instead, the ghost in the series has her own story to tell and is a fun cheeky secondary character.

I love how real the characters in the trilogy are. I wanted to hang out with the women, and drool over the men–I can’t though because these books are romances and there were happy endings in all of them. I finished all three in less than a week.

I would recommend The Inn Boonsboro Trilogy to anyone who enjoys stories that are filled with an affirmation of the importance of family, humor, loves stories, a ghost, and a dose of danger, drama, and mystery.

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My Review Of Barefoot Season

Barefoot Season (Blackberry Island, #1)Barefoot Season by Susan Mallery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A few minutes after noon I sat down with a sandwich and a new story, Barefoot Season by Susan Mallery, to enjoy. I read the first sentence and became the nosy neighbor peering out her window. The words on the page swirled and sucked me into the characters’ world, daring me to figure out who each character was on the inside and what they were hiding and why. I couldn’t get enough, I had to know everything about Michelle, Carly, and Jared. At three in the morning, I read the last page and turned off my bedside lamp and laid there in the dark, my senses trapped between Blackberry Island and real life.

Susan Mallery crafted a story about lost friendships, betrayal, physical and emotional injuries, people put in our life for a season and sometimes for a lifetime. The characters were as real as any person I’ve known in real life. I cheered for them, encouraged them, wanted to alternately shake them and protect them. This book is a powerful story about not giving up, pushing through the hard times even when you aren’t sure who is on your side. It shows how sometimes hard love is the only answer. Woven through the ups and downs of the story arc, Susan Mallery, reminds us how important forgiveness is in our lives. Especially when we need to forgive ourselves in order heal and move forward.

My mom read this book in two days. Be sure you have time to lose yourself in this phenomenal world before you open the book and read the first sentence. When you do, you’ll be glad you did.

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