Saturday, March 3, 2012

Always Hope by Lisa Worrall & Laura Harner

Ash Watts has his life exactly how he wants it: burgeoning career, gorgeous boyfriend, and an apartment with a fabulous view of LA. But his perfect world comes crashing down around his ears when he learns of his only sister's untimely death. A small town isn't all he finds when he lands in Freedom, Alabama for Annie's funeral. This small town is brimming with secrets; secrets that could change Ash's life forever.

Kaleb Gibson, honest-to-God cowboy, and native of Freedom, born and bred, found his best friend the moment Annie Watts breezed into town. Her death left a gaping hole in his heart, and while Annie's brother may have her same dark hair and green eyes, Kaleb refuses to lose his heart all over again, and he can’t forgive the man for neglecting his sister when she needed him most.

Revelations from Annie's Will throw Kaleb and Ash together in ways they never imagined. Will Kaleb be able to carry out Annie’s last wishes without killing her beloved brother and without revealing a secret from his own past that could destroy everything? And will Ash stick around long enough to see that Freedom may hold an even more perfect life than he could have imagined?
                                           5 STARS
This is such a sweet book that I laughed, cried and just plain enjoyed this book. The difference in between Ash(city boy) and Kaleb(cowboy) is absolutely adorable, I mean the tension and chemistry was there from the start. I liked the storyline and where it went from the start, the guilt that Ash feels over his sister is so head on and something i felt we've all thought about it can be to late. And Kaleb's grief but also his love of his best friend and Annie's little surprise, is so in your face that i felt his grief also. Add in Annie's surprise,past trauma's and present day just trying to cope, makes for a believable story. You have to read this book, I was pleasantly surprised at this story, I think you will be too.

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