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The Purple Hills by Alissa Callen
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it was amazing

This is a fabulous quick story that filled my heart with happiness, I love the town of Woodlea and the people that make it special. This is Hugh Mason and Sibylla Elliot’s story, a story that brings them together with Hugh’s son Riley a lovely romance that I do highly recommend.

Sibylla is an audiologist working on the coast, she is at home visiting her father and step-mother, when her neighbour has an accident and seeing as he has a young son that needs looking after Sibylla offers to stay and help, this bring them closer together and Sibylla feels that attraction growing between them.

Hugh is sure that he needs to be a single dad and concentrate on Riley, but when his visiting neighbour comes to help out after he is injured Hugh cannot ignore the pull that he has towards Sibylla and the way she makes his son smile, maybe it is time to let go and find the love that will make them a family.

I loved this one from start to finish, MS Callen writes about people and families that become friends, and going back to Woodlea is like visiting family, this is truly a beautiful story both Hugh and Sibylla have a few things that need to be sorted but Riley and his miniature pony always knew they loved each other, now off to read the Round Yard, thank you MS Callen for another great story.
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Reading Progress

March 26, 2019 – Shelved
March 26, 2019 – Shelved as: to-read
April 1, 2019 – Started Reading
April 2, 2019 – Finished Reading

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