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At Last by Jill Shalvis
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Jul 04, 2012

it was amazing

Does everything that goes around truly come back around?

Amy has lived on the streets and understands when something good comes along you grab it. She has secured a great job with a wonderful place to live, so is having a perfect man come into her life going to ruin all that. Amy is on a journey to find the peace her grandmother once captured in Lucky Harbor and if love happens to be there she may just hold on to it.

Matt is the local man in charge of taking care of the beauty and essentially the existence of the local forest. He may be called “Forest Ranger” but as an ex-military and SWAT team member there is allot more to Matt than simply taking care of his territory. Finding Amy is a blessing and a curse for Matt as he wants to be with her but also has this overwhelming desire to make sure she is safe and is not positive he can keep her that way. The job often interferes with the life you want and Matt thinks he has a handle on this but Amy may show him otherwise.

Amy and Matt do the dance of should we or should we not be involved all the while juggling interfering friends, a troubled teen that will not stay put, and some very nosy Facebook friends. Amy and Matt try their hardest to not fall in love but when living in Lucky Harbor that is near to impossible.

Jill Shalvis creates the small town experience with romantic overtones and wonderful story lines that makes you wish Lucky Harbor was your hometown.

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