Sunday, November 8, 2015

Heartache Falls by Emily March

Title:  Heartache Falls
Series:  Eternity Springs #3
Author:  Emily March
Publication Date:  April 26/11 by Ballantine Books
Length:  352pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  borrowed
Rating: ★★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

The healing magic of Eternity Springs continues in this new novel in Emily March’s vibrant series about a very special town and the people who need it most.

Married for more than twenty years, and with her children out of the nest, Ali Timberlake has come to Eternity Springs alone. She’s looking for answers to heartbreaking questions and searching for something that’s missing deep within herself. Taking a lease on the Bristlecone Café in pursuit of a lifelong dream, Ali feels revitalized as she becomes part of this charming mountain town. But a big piece of her is still back in Denver with her husband, Mac, a successful judge—and a man who isn’t going to let the woman he loves leave without a fight.

When Mac shows up in Eternity Springs—sexy, seductive, and determined to win his wife back—he experiences the wonder of the place that has given Ali such feelings of happiness and belonging. He wants that for her, but even more, he wants that with her. Ali has found a special place for her heart. But is there still enough room left in that heart for him?

My Review:

No one can make me cry quite as easily as Emily March can, nor can they put me back together again quite as well. She never fails to engage my emotions. This novel was no exception, being especially emotionally fulfilling and wonderfully heartfelt. At the same time, March paints the scenery in all the beauty of a secluded mountain town and brings the characters to life in a manner so vivid that I couldn’t help but feel close to them.

March subtly emphasizes certain aspects of a relationship to bring all of its ins and outs to life. Through that I found that I got to know the main characters very well. I fell in love with both of them, repeatedly told them both that they were crazy, and sat there smiling, hugging the book to myself when it all worked out (because we all know this book has a HEA). I fell in love with the main characters and their family, as I also got to know a little bit more about the residents of Eternity Springs.

A trip to Angel’s Rest always makes a bad day better, leaving me feeling happier than when I started. HEARTACHE FALLS definitely emphasizes this.

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