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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Eternal (3 Sep 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0755396634
  • ISBN-13: 978-0755396634
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.1 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 998,279 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Heartwarming and uplifting... Meaningful issues, a familiar and wholesome cast of secondary characters, and a substantial romance will please fans and newcomers alike' (Publishers Weekly)

'A brilliant writer you'll love creates a world you'll never want to leave' (Susan Mallery, New York Times bestselling author)

'Emily March's stories are heart-wrenching and soul-satisfying. For a wonderful read, don't miss a visit to Eternity Springs' (Lisa Kleypas, New York Times bestselling author)

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The moving fifth novel in New York Times bestselling author Emily March's warm and uplifting romance series about a small town with a big heart

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A book for all lovers of romance where the reader wants to relax and enjoy a relationship that's not too "hot"
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By Happy Gran on 12 Sep 2014
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Very enjoyable - then keen to read next one in series!
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Helen Hancox TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 11 May 2013
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The problem, for me, with books about people rediscovering their love is that they lost it in the first place. I find it hard to believe fully in a "happy ever after" ending when hero and heroine have already divorced once. And that's the case in this book - Jack Davenport who works for the Government in covert operations and Catherine Blackburn, reporter, divorced several years ago after the death of their child.

When it looks as though Catherine's life is threatened her mother, Jack's boss, persuades him to kidnap Cat until they can be sure she is safe. Of course Cat's not keen on the plan but once at Eternity Springs, the small town where Jack has a house, she begins to feel at home and to begin to heal her relationship with Jack.

I believe this is a series of books about the Eternity Springs community although it's the first that I've read. There was a rather large cast of characters in the book and I couldn't always keep track. I also found myself not entirely in sympathy with either Jack or Cat; Cat, especially, felt rather cold and distant to me. I also found that the author seemed rather too pleased with the amount of money that Jack has - it felt a bit awkward when we kept reading about it (although this may be my British sensibilities coming into play here).

I found the book easy to read but there wasn't anything special in it and I couldn't feel entirely sure about Jack and Cat's future together.

Originally published for Curled Up With A Good Book © Helen Hancox 2013
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Nightingale Way 29 Aug 2012
By Lanora - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The latest in the Eternity Springs series catches your attention from the first page. The plot includes an ex-wife whose home has been firebombed ; her ex-husband, Jack, who works for a top- secret agency; and the whole cast of former Eternity Springs characters.

I bought the book this afternoon and could not put it down until I had finished the last page. As usual the author has lovingly brought each of her characters to life in such a way that they seem to be real . I feel that I know Jack and Cat personally. I understood their pain as they dealt with the past loss of their baby girl and their inability to communicate their pain and grief to each other. I rooted for them to erase the past and come back together as a family!

One thing I really liked was the advice Celeste gave Jack. I feel this is wisdom that all of us need to use in our lives--no matter how good or bad they are. To paraphrase--"Forget the past. Decide who you are now, today. Discover who you will become in the future."
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I love this book and the series 29 Aug 2012
By Kim - Published on
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Before I give my review of this book, I must make a FULL disclosure. I'm a little biased. I love the entire Eternity Springs series. Nightingale Way is the fifth book in the series, if you aren't counting the Christmas novella. With that being said, Nightingale Way is a stand alone book.

I've been waiting for Jack to have his time in the spotlight since the first book, Angel's Rest. In the previous four books, Jack's character has played a supporting role. Now, finally, we're able to actually find out who Jack really is and what makes him tick.

Nightingale Way takes place about five years after the tragedy occurs. The Eternity Springs series is known for having wounded characters who need to come to terms with their past. Nightingale Way is no different. Unlike the other books, where you are only dealing with one character needing and trying to heal, Nightingale Way offers you two. Jack and Cat each have their own issues, separate from the issues they have together. Jack has been scared since childhood and in a sense is still chasing those demons. Cat experiences what I'm sure millions of girls experience. She realizes that things aren't truly black and white and the way they seem.

What I love about this series, is its self help aspect. There are passages where you're given the opportunity to look inward at yourself. To explore yourself on a much deeper level. To grow a little.

My favorite quote from the book is: "It's important not to dwell on the past. A glance back now and again doesn't hurt anything, but a person needs to look forward. Life moves forward no matter what, and we miss a lot of living if we spend our time looking over our shoulder."

Nightingale Way is a true fictional romance. It's one of the reasons I love the series. The characters all find their true happy ever after. But what I really loved about this book is that Nightingale Way takes you through a healing and realization journey.

I received this book from the publisher in order to provide a review. But it must also be noted that this was a book I was looking forward to buying and reading since earlier this year.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
sweetly sensual reunion romance is touching and reaffirming 29 Aug 2012
By Virginia Campbell - Published on
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I greatly enjoy reunion romances, especially with couples who are over thirty and have experienced enough of life to really appreciate a second chance at happiness. "Nightingale Way", from author Emily March's "Eternity Springs Series", is a sweetly sensual story in which two people who have suffered great loss find their way home again to each other. Catherine Blackburn was only twenty when she met Jack Davenport. He was tall, dark, dashing, and utterly irresistible. He also went to work for Cat's mother as a CIA operative, and the two married against her mother's wishes. Jack's work took him all over the world into extremely dangerous situations, and he promised Cat that when they started a family, he would curtail his travels. After years of trying to conceive and enduring fertility treatments, Cat became pregnant. Sadly, while Jack was away on assignment, Cat gave birth to a stillborn daughter, Lauren. The loss of their child tore them apart, making other differences between them even more difficult. Years later, Cat's work as a journalist makes her the target of an unstable radical group. When her house is fire-bombed, Jack swoops in, carries her off, and encloses her in his protective custody. Finding out that her mother sent him does not endear Jack or her mother to Cat--she and her mother have always had a difficult relationship. Settling Cat into his mountain home above the community of Eternity Springs makes Jack face why he drives himself to take so many risks. He can't deny to himself that he has never stopped loving Cat, and he wants her back in his life, but how to make her feel the same way? Cat knows she's in serious trouble being in such close quarters with Jack. She's never loved anyone else, and he's even more attractive than ever. Something's got to give, and hearts must compromise and come clean before true happiness can be found. The poignancy with which the author handled the couple's loss of their child, and how each of them suffered in their own way, added such depth to the sweet and sexy romance story line. Eternity Springs is a wonderful place for readers to visit, catching up with old acquaintances and making new friends, all under the watchful eye of benevolent benefactress Celeste Blessing.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
engaging second chance at love suspense 28 Aug 2012
By Harriet Klausner - Published on
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Investigative reporter Catherine Blackburn causes a furor with her latest article. She refuses to cower though threats to her life multiply and though her house has been firebombed. Cat did hire a bodyguard.

Her mom CIA operative Melinda assigns Cat's former husband Jack Davenport to insure her daughter is safe. He secretly observes her as she goes about her life in the DC area without a care in the world though Jack understands why she would feel that way after she buried their baby while he was away and consequently their marriage. Jack knocks out the guard and abducts Cat from DC suburbia. He takes her to his home near In Eternity Springs, Colorado to keep her safe. Cat rages over the kidnapping and that he still works for her mom. As each realizes they remain in love, Cat knows Jack would never give up his work forged in a fire when he was a child while he considers it is time to come in from the cold.

The latest Eternity Springs contemporary romance (see Lover's Leap and Heartache Falls) is an engaging second chance at love suspense thriller starring two fascinating protagonists with his missions serving as the great divide. The storyline deftly merges the healing magic of the town with a mystery and plenty of suspense.

Harriet Klausner
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Nightingale Way 28 Aug 2012
By Jbarr5 (julie Barrett) - Published on
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Nightingale Way by Emily March
ISBN: 9780345528780
Catherine, Cat had just been drugged and kidnapped. She had written a story for the local paper about dogfighting going on and now the mob was tied to it and other high key figures. They had torched her house already.
Her ex, jack Davenport had taken her and was flying her to his house, as per her mothers orders, Melinda Blackburn for safe keeping, she fears. The past is brought up as other things trigger them.
After heated topics she has had enough and tells him she's leaving his house, but will remain in the area. She headed to a cottage on the property of the B&B. Very serene: creek, bikes to ride, gardens, birds and the view of the mountains and she knows how to photograph.
When Jack has an emergency and is bandaged up they talk her into watching out for him. His cottage will be close by to hers. She also takes a free job at the paper to just keep busy. He fills in some missing pieces of his life, the Bade foundation.
Love this town and the talk of the shops available: coffee shop, quilt shop, sandwich shop, restaurants, B&B, hot springs, etc.
When she fills in for the editor they start hanging around together again, she the reporter and he the accompanying photographer as she writes stories for the paper.
She uncovers more scandals and sits on the information she's learned for a bit... Angel's Rest is a very nice area to heal, the angels are out in force..
Although there are a lot of people in this book they are very easy to follow and keep separate as to who they are and in relationships with others.
While they are at the art gallery the owner goes into labor and that sets them up to talk about their own pregnancy... time to heal for both of them.
Wedding events and births and traveling and adventure keep them all busy for some time...til family matters arise and work problems that need instant attention...
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