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The House At The End Of The Street (Swallows Fall Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Josh - just wow. He is portrayed powerfully right along with Gemma and their reunion after ten years, soccer ball included, was hilarious :)
The twins Jess and Jillian Tillman - their conversations were a bit like a tennis match - except your reading their retorts not watching tennis balls back and forth LOL
The shock Josh felt when he first spotted Gemma hit him hard enough to take his breath away. He had no idea she was still in town. But he remembered her; he hadn’t forgotten her over the years. As Josh reacquainted himself with the town and its people, he realized that not that much had changed. But he also knew he wouldn’t stay – he couldn’t stay; he needed to keep moving; keep following his North Star.
Gradually the days Josh was staying in town stretched out; there were things to do – people to help. And when the unexpected happened and Gemma was in trouble, Josh knew he had to help her. But with the torment and stress of what was happening, Gemma also had to harden her heart; lock the door and keep her resolve strong – Josh was leaving town and she was staying. That’s just the way it would be…
What a delightful final story in the Swallow’s Fall series by Aussie author Jennie Jones. I thoroughly enjoyed it; laughed out loud at some of their antics, commiserated at their issues. I loved Edie – she is a great character! A mixture of love, loyalty, family and friendship makes up The House at the End of the Street, and I have no hesitation in recommending it highly.