Friday, January 15, 2016

Lover's Leap by Emily March

Title:  Lover's Leap
Series:  Eternity Springs #$
Author:  Emily March
Publication Date:  January 27/11 by Ballantine Books
Length:  328pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance/women's fiction
Shelf:  borrowed
Rating: ★★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

Readers have fallen in love with Eternity Springs, the magical town in Emily March’s beloved series where something wonderful happens to hearts in need of healing.

Twenty years ago the town bad boy, Cam Murphy, left Eternity Springs in handcuffs, riding in the back of a sheriff’s van . . . and breaking young Sarah Reese’s heart. The defiant teenager vowed never to return.

In Australia, Cam makes a new beginning. He builds a successful business and suffers few regrets until Sarah—and their daughter—walk into his life, and then immediately run away. Realizing it’s time to right yesterday’s wrongs, he follows Sarah home to Colorado—and turns her world upside down.

Cam wants to know his daughter. He needs to prove to Sarah, the town, and himself that he’s changed. Will the residents of Eternity Springs offer forgiveness—and will Sarah have the courage to trust this man who is asking for a second chance?

My Review:

Ok, it’s official. I’ve fallen in love with Eternity Springs. It may take a while, but the way that everything turns out in the end has me completely hooked. The people, the scenery, they all draw me in. And March has definitely created an emotionally turbulent novel with this one. Tears were abundant throughout this novel, both for me and for the characters. I loved the heartfelt yet completely original plot. It kept me on my toes while also lulling me into its embrace.

With the Eternity Springs series, March has created an inspirational and emotionally fulfilling series I think I actually enjoy the lack of intimate scenes. Don't get me wrong, I love and live by, stories that are extremely racy. That said, in this series the fact that it's about the people and the town, not just the couples in the bedroom, is really working for me.

I think this might have been my favourite of the series so far. It was such an emotionally turbulent ride, yet completely rewarding.

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