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For The Birds: a romance

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For the Birds is a story of passion, trauma, recovery, and the power within each of us to make a difference.

Claire Dessalines is a single mom in a small coastal Delaware town. She's taking a second chance at life, starting a career in the world of wildlife biology. When widower Brian Melodus moves to town and tries to connect with her, it looks like she'll have a second ch
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Hardcover, 260 pages
Published February 14th 2020 by Bee Books
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Emily Stone
Feb 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
I took a chance on this book after reading the description. I usually lean towards historical romance but I am glad I decided to dive in. It vividly describes a coastal Delaware town where Clair and her five-year-old son live. She is a recent graduate in wildlife biology and begins to look for work while teaching her young son ways to conserve the ecosystem. She meets a new professor and the attraction while mutual was met with reluctance and distrust. The professor, Brian, was also a wildlife c ...more
Bethany Miller
May 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A heartwarming read for any environmentalist looking for romance!

Brian is a super sweet guy, trying to move on after losing the love of his life. He’s attracted to Claire and goes out of his way to show her. But she views everything he does through the distorted lens of past trauma, vowing never to trust anyone again and to prove to the world that she can do it all herself.

I chose this book because it's not traditional romance and I wanted something with substance, while knowing (because it is r
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