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Heartsong Cottage, ( Eternity Springs #10) by Emily March. Blog Tour + ARC Review.

Daniel Garrett is no stranger to heartache or tragedy. Once a successful detective, his world fell apart with his son's murder and his wife's suicide. Leaving the police force, Daniel devotes his life to finding missing children, but when a case goes sour on the anniversary of his personal tragedy, he returns to Eternity Springs hoping for some of the town's fabled healing.

Shannon O'Toole isn't looking for romance. After her fiancé's death, she closed off her heart. But she can't deny the spark between her and a sexy stranger at a friend's wedding. Shannon has her own secrets and has no place in her life for a private detective, even one who moves her as much as Daniel. But when the pair are thrown together on a case, the magic of Eternity Springs just might give them a second chance.

Keep a box of tissues handy for this one.

Shannon is enjoying her new life in Eternity Springs. She's working three jobs, but needs to keep her mind busy. If not she is likely to panic anytime a new face turns up in town. Her stalker hasn't found her in this town YET.
Daniel is in town for a friend's wedding.  He is something of a hero in Eternity since he rescued a little girl belonging to a town family.  Since the abduction and murder of his son, and his wife's suicide ,he has made it his life's work to find missing children. This is emotionally draining work.
The two lonely people hook up at the wedding. As much as Shannon would be very happy to make a permanent life in such a beautiful place, she still keeps her suitcase packed in case she has to run for her life.

A very emotional read. I cried quite a bit, but there is plenty of happiness too. This town is where most people would love to live. The townsfolk are so friendly, and will support each other through good times and bad.
This is part of a series but reads easily as a stand alone.


Pseudonym(s): Geralyn Dawson

Emily March is the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels, including the critically acclaimed Eternity Springs series. Publishers Weekly calls March a "master of delightful banter," and her heartwarming, emotionally charged stories have been named to Best of the Year lists by Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, and Romance Writers of America.


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