Thursday, January 1, 2015

Teardrop Lane (Eternity Springs #9) by Emily March

Teardrop Lane
  • Series: Eternity Springs
  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books (January 27, 2015)
  • Description

    In Emily March’s beloved new novel set in Eternity Springs, a woman who has given up on dreams of a family meets a man who needs her to complete his own.

    Town physician Rose Anderson hides a well of sadness behind her cheerful and capable professionalism. Heartbreak has only reinforced her belief that marriage and children aren’t in her future. Yet she’s a woman with a pulse—and when sexy, brooding artist Hunt Cicero shows up at her office with his young nephew, the sheer physical attraction he ignites in her is both exciting and unsettling.

    Hunt has an artist’s passionate temperament and a bachelor’s lifestyle. So when he becomes guardian to his sister’s children, he’s riddled with conflict—and in way over his head. Without Rose and her warm maternal instincts, he’d be lost. Still, she’s a woman who guards her own heart, and he’s a novice when it comes to commitment. Can the healing magic of Eternity Springs shine on this patchwork family and allow Hunt and Rose to trust that love is the fabric holding them together?
    My review: Teardrop Laney by Emily March
    4 STARS
    While this is the ninth book in the Eternity Springs series it is the first one that I have read.  It is full of drama, romance, art and characters I love and ones I wanted to yell at.  I did shed some tears in this story some happy and sad ones. It touched me a lot. 
    There are a lot of characters that we meet in this story that have lots of history in Eternity Springs.  I feel like I would like to go back sometime and read all about there story lines.  I feel that Teardrop Lane can stand alone but would be better if you have read some of the others books in the series.
    I love the community of Eternity Springs.  They rally around those in need in there community.  It is a small town in Colorado.
    Hunt Cicero is opening up a glass art shop, studio.  His foster sister just died and left four children behind.  He plans to help take care of them and pay the medial expenses of his sister and help support her kids.  Hunt never plans to have a family.  He is a glass artist and trains a couple of apprentices. 
    Rose is the town doctor and writer in her spare time.  She feels lonely that all the new families starting in Eternity Springs.  She likes Hunt and thinks about having a fling with him.
    Hunt and Rose's plans get messed up big with twists along the way. It is a good story and grabbed my attention and did not let it go.
    I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley ,Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine . I agreed to give honest review of Teardrop lane in return.   

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