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Kaylie Flynn was luckier than most children left to the Texas foster care system, blessed with a foster mother who taught her the comfort of home…and the healing power of baking the perfect brownie.
Now, Kaylie has journeyed back to Hope Springs to open a café in the charming Victorian she once shared with her foster family - and to finally find answers about her past and where she came from.
Yet Kaylie’s carefully laid plans quickly become complicated. The house needs far more work than she realized, and Tennessee Keller, the carpenter Kaylie hires, stirs up feelings she hasn’t felt in a long while. When an unexpected crisis threatens to unravel her dreams, Kaylie seems to have all the ingredients for a perfect disaster - or quite possibly the perfect love.
©2013 Alison Kent (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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By Diana DC on 04-19-13

Lovely

I want to call this a sweet romance (and it is!) but there are enough conflicts, obstacles, and hardships to keep it from being too sweeeeeet. I love that I can always count on Alison Kent for real grown up characters who behave like adults -- flawed adults who struggle to work it out and do the right thing.

Narrator Natalie Ross is terrific as usual.

It would be terrific to hear Kent's steamy Dalton Gang trilogy in audio.

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By Deborah on 09-13-13

A mishmash of stress, worry, and confused story.

I have noooo idea who might want to read/listen to this. It's a disorganized blur of insecurity and confusion. I enjoy all sorts of books, in numerous genres. I like serious books, funny books, educational, and certainly casual books, including fluffy romance or other light reads but this book tries to go in too many conflicting directions.

The narrator is very good though, so no need to blame Ms Ross for it. Good voice, good clear expression etc but all her efforts can't save this story. I will watch for her in other books, but never again with this author! Big disappointment.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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By Amazon Customer on 08-13-15

Okish

Okish read but too repetitive it dragged on very predictable no real depth but was ok for listening on a long drive

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