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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Where The Heart Lies by Michelle Garren Flye

Where The Heart Lies by Michelle Garren Flye is a lovely story about guilt, redemption, and the power of love.  This easy read has a likeable hero and heroine and some interesting plot twists.

After Alicia's young husband is killed in the war in Afghanistan, she finds it difficult to overcome her loss and her grief and coping with two children alone.  Her parents-in-law invite her to take over their bookshop in the small town where she met her husband, and she soon finds the work healing.  However, she soon becomes attracted to Liam, an attractive science professor.

Alicia soon struggles with a new set of problems, including guilt about being attracted to a new man, small-town gossip, and envious women.  She also learns that Liam has a lot of secrets.

This was a well-written romantic novel with an unusual amount of depth.

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