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Reaching For Everything (Bloo Moose, #3)

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Love Means Nothing in tennis, but Kami chooses it as a tattoo after her heart is shattered. Her mom’s death and a car crash that causes a career-ending injury make everything worse. Tired of the heartache, Kami decides it’s time to channel the dream she and her mom created. It’s time to open Kami’s Kamp, a tennis school for kids.

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Kindle Edition, 205 pages
Published July 21st 2020 by Jemi Fraser @ Just Jemi Books
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Jean Oram
This one is my favourite so far. Rayce and Kami have a past and this second chance story breaks down the walls they’ve built up. Together they can move forward and claim the future, battle the past and heal in more ways than one. But it won’t be easy!
Yolanda Renee
Jun 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In Reaching for Everything: A Bloo Moose Romance by Jemi Fraser, walking again is the least of Kami Rogers's problems. She returns home to rebuild her life and a tennis school for kids as a legacy to her mother. The only problem the man who broke her heart, Rayce LaChance, still lives there, and it's a small town. So little in fact that Rayce is the man in charge of bringing her vision a reality. Can he manage the construction of her dream when his heart still yearns for his first love? A woman ...more
Aug 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
You don’t have to even like tennis to fall in love with the characters, setting, and storyline in REACHING FOR EVERYTHING.

Kami is vulnerable but determined and a fighter all the way. Rayce is strong and independent with a soft heart. The other characters, the good ones as opposed to mean, are ones you want to get to know even better. The author makes the main characters’ struggles and emotions come off the page as you follow their journey to reconnect. The story is both heartbreaking and heartwa
Lynda Young
Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
My third visit to Bloo Moose was just as wonderful as the first two. This time I met Kami. She grew up in Bloo Moose but left to become a tennis star. An accident destroyed her career. Now she’s back in Bloo Moose to build a tennis training center to help children find confidence, strength and an outlet—even if she may never play again.

Rayce and Kami were sweethearts before she left, but when Kami’s tennis career skyrocketed, he did what he thought was the manly thing to do and broke off their r
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Jemi Fraser lives in beautiful Northern Ontario where she works hard and plays harder with both her family and her students.
Holding an ever-present mug of Chai tea, she spends her free time baking cookies and writing Happy Ever Afters.
The world can always use more of both.

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