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I absolutely loved it. This book really hits home, because Leesa used to be a teacher, and I was a teacher for 30 years. Leesa had had a student that had accused her of being inappropriate with him. Even though the investigators cleared her of all charges, Melissa Foster did a great job showing how this still affects her. She comes to Peaceful Harbor, where she meets hot and sexy Cole Braden, an orthopedic surgeon. Instant Chemistry! It is a wonderful story of love and forgiveness. Also, by listening to it, B.J. Harrison did such a good job narrating this book. He is one of the best.
Cole and Leesa's story really hit home for me. I have a friend who when through the same thing as Leesa. It has a forever effect on your life and those around you. With the love of those around you, you can see what really matters in life and turn things around.
Once I started reading I could not put the book down. Leesa loves what she does and does what she loves. Lies cause her to loose what she loves doing and leaving town to think things over and decide what to do next. She goes to Peaceful Harbor and stays with her friend Tegan. It turns out that staying with Tegan is the best decision she has made. While out getting coffee she bumps into the very hot Dr. Cole Braden.
Cole Braden is a well respected Dr. who is liked and loved by all who know him. He bumps into Leesa at the coffee shop while she takes the last of his favorite coffee and muffin. There is an immediate attraction between the two. Cole is busy with his medical practice but would like to fall in love. Due to things going on in Leesa's life, she wants to stay under the radar but Cole wants her and is not worried about what is going on in her life.
Cole is willing to take a chance on Leesa but is she willing to take a chance on him and finding her happily ever after? Read the book to find out. Melissa Foster never disappoints. This is the 2nd book in the Peaceful Harbor series of the Love in Bloom series. BJ Harrison does a great job narrating once again. I felt like I was right there and wanted to listen again when it was done.