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Forever This Time by Ann B. Harrison
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it was amazing

This is the first in the Hope Harbor series set on an island of the coast of Seattle and a beautiful second chance romance, that has all the feels for a true romance, there are a few ups and downs before native islanders Drew Hope and April Williams get their chance at love the second time around and forever this time.

April Williams has arrived back to Hope Harbor after marriage filled with problems that have left her feeling unsure but one thing that she is sure of is making a safe and happy home for her two beautiful children Tilly and Leo. She applies for a job as nurse manager in the local hospital clinic and runs straight into her first love Dr. Andrew Hope and it is not long before she know what she always did that she had never stopped loving him.

Drew Hope came straight back to the island after his studies and has worked hard to get over April and the way she left him, but one look at her and memories come to the surface leaving him re-thinking what he wants out of life and with the help of his father and aunt and siblings it is not long before he is doing his best to re-kindle their love, if only he can get her to open up about what happened to her life after marriage.

This is a lovely small town romance that had me turning the pages, the Hope family are such loveable people and re-open their arms to April and her children when she returns, I loved getting to know Drew and Hope they were always meant to be forever just with a little turn in their path and now they are back together and more in love than ever. I loved this one and am looking forward to getting to know the other members of the family, I have no hesitation of recommending this story, thank you MS Harrison.
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Reading Progress

October 12, 2019 – Started Reading
October 12, 2019 – Shelved
October 14, 2019 – Finished Reading

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