Reflection Point: Eternity Springs Book 6 Paperback – 26 Mar 2013
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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)
The captivating sixth novel in New York Times bestselling author Emily March's warm and uplifting romance series about a small town with a big heart.See all Product Description
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Emily March has created a town that I'd like to visit. This sixth book in her series has more depth, more friendships, more angst, and a few surprises. And finally a sex scene that was definitely missing in all the previous books.
I was concerned initially about the religious overtones in the series, but March has kept this very minor. The first two or three books were nice romances but these last two were infinitely better and much more fun to read. I'm glad I kept on with this series and I look forward to future books.
I received this book early as part of First Reads, a Goodreads contest.
Now I can't wait for the next book to be released.
Would I recommend this book? You better believe I would!
Savannah Moore is ready to leave her past behind and find a home in the small town of Eternity Springs. The people are sweet and welcoming of her and her new handcrafted soap business. She prays that they don't find out about her troubled past.
Sheriff Zach Turner is determined to keep his town safe. When he rescues a beautiful woman from falling off a cliff he is surprised to find her ungrateful. Savannah and Zach clash immediately and things get worse when he digs into her past.
Savannah will do anything to keep Zach from spilling the beans to all of her new friends. It doesn't take her long to learn that Zach isn't like all the cops she's used to; this man is actually a good guy. Can they find love together in Eternity Springs or will Savannah's past come back to haunt them?
Emily March makes beautiful music with her latest Eternity Springs novel, Reflection Point. The Eternity Springs series never fails to make me euphoric. This is one town that I would love to go and visit. Savannah and Zach's story is filled with heartache and bliss. I really enjoyed Savannah's character. She is a fighter and she made me laugh so much! Zach is a sweetie and all male. The sparks fly between them from their first fiery meeting.
I just love Ms. March's characters! Reflection Point gives the reader great times with all of the characters we have come to love throughout the series. It's so important because Savannah really needs this extended family and it's so lovely watching her realize that these people are her friends. Savannah and Zach face many obstacles on their road to romance. I love how they face them head on and try to figure out a way to solve things together.
Reflection Point is a sweet heartwarming novel that will leave you feeling giddy and that is why I am Joyfully Recommending it!!
Miranda for Joyfully Reviewed
Savannah Sophia Moore is the beautiful owner of a new business in Eternity Springs. She is also a woman with a past that she is not anxious to share with her new friends. Cautious and a little wary, Savannah is determined to start a new life and slowly begins to feel like part of the town. Anxious to help her feel at home, is gorgeous sheriff Zach Turner. He is attracted to Savannah, but he gets the feeling she's hiding something. As their relationship progresses, Zach wants to move forward, but Savannah is hesitant and finds it very hard to open her heart to any man. But there are surprises around the corner for both Savannah and Zach and it will take a lot of trust, patience and a little friendly interference from the women in town before they can find their way to a life together.
Reflection Point is a romance novel with strong lead characters in Zach and Savannah, wonderful and familiar supporting town folks we have come to know from past books in the series, and enough action and suspense to keep the pace going from beginning to end. It's a story about letting go of the past (Savannah) and dealing with the frustrations of a bruised ego and the difficult task of letting trust come with time (Zach). I got a little frustrated with Zach's male posturing and his shutting Savannah down when she didn't respond like he wanted her to, but any relationship worth having is worth fighting for and Eternity Spring is the perfect place to get past the hurts, both great and small. Another winner for Emily March and I'll be looking forward to Miracle Road, our next visit to this wonderful town.