Sunday, March 20, 2016

Nightingale Way by Emily March

Title:  Nightingale Way
Series:  Eternity Springs #5
Author:  Emily March
Publication Date:  August 28/12 by Ballantine
Length:  310pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  borrowed
Rating: ★★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

Eternity Springs is a magical place where hearts come to heal--with a little help. As Emily March's beloved series continues, a broken marriage finds new wings to fly.

Dark, brooding Jack Davenport hides his secrets well, never telling his wife about the dangers of his job, never sharing his thoughts or worries . . . never sharing himself. After tragedy strikes, their marriage shatters. Now a threat to Catherine Blackburn's life brings her back into his--and gives them a second chance. 

A reporter whose most recent investigation has ignited a national controversy and put her in harm's way, Cat thinks she can handle herself. So when Jack grabs her off the street and sweeps her to his home above Eternity Springs, she's furious. 

In the warm sanctuary of the Eternity Springs community, Jack and Cat face the heartache that drove them apart. But can they find the courage to pick up the pieces of a shattered love?

My Review:

Welcome to small town romance at its finest. March returns to the gorgeous town of Eternity Springs and its surrounding areas in a heart-warming tale that kept me captive throughout. the well written novel flows brilliantly via March’s eloquent yet approachable writing. The slight overlap with the previous novel really had it all hitting home for me, drawing the town even closer together.

I loved getting back together with the friends I’ve made in Eternity Springs so far in this series. Celeste was as priceless as always, keeping everyone on their toes. And finally, we get to know more about the infamous Jack. Seeing him as he really is and learning so much about his past tugged at my heart. He's such a complex character; so real yet such a paradox.

I'm completely hooked on this series. I love how it's about the people not about any chemistry or explosions or suspense. It all seems so real to me. This novel was the epitome of that.

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