Monday, July 27, 2015

BOOK REVIEW- Always the One (Meadowview Book 6)

BOOK REVIEW- Always the One (Meadowview Book 6) -After five years locked up for a crime she didn’t commit, when wild child Coraleen Pettigrew returns home to the small town of Meadowview, it’s with a crash and a bang. 
Straight and narrow Sheriff Remy Toussaint is up for reelection, but the reappearance of Coraleen and the fact that she can’t seem to keep her sexy rear out of jail could cost him the election. Doesn’t help that he’s falling for the girl who’s his opposite in every way.  When the by-the-books sheriff and the former convict connect to prove her innocence, sparks fly and mayhem follows. But after one too many of Coraleen’s hijinks threatens Remy’s reputation, she’s faced with a choice: stay and put Remy’s campaign at risk, or leave and break her own heart. Sometimes love means rules can be broken…but will Remy learn this in time to stop Coraleen from leaving Meadowview for good?    AMAZON

I really liked what one of Coraleen's friend said that," when Coraleen loved, she loved hard".   And it was true.  There wasn't anything she wouldn't do for someone she loved.   She'd done just that and given up so much.  She spent 5 years in prison and then she came back to her hometown.  Just a quick trip in, buy her horse back and she was going to leave again.  But this is the place where most of the people thought she really was guilty and hated her for it,  She did have a few people who still loved her and thought she didn't do it there didn't seem to be too many of those.  It was hard for her to deal with all the judgment that she encountered.   The last thing that she wanted to do was run into Remy, as much as she cared for him, there just wasn't any hope for them.  When she confessed 5 years ago, she was already in love with him.   But she had to tear him  out of her life and send him on his way because what life could a former convict and sheriff have together?    But of course they do meet up almost at once and its in dramatic way too!  The author wrote in such a way that you can feel Coraleen and Remy's pain and yearning.    There were some good secondary people as well.  Add to that the "secrets/mysteries" that just need to be unraveled.  There's definitely ''something rotten in Denmark.''   Okay, make that "Something rotten in Meadowview".  There are some people who will do just about anything to keep the truth from coming out. They have already done quite a bit to Coraleen already, behind the scenes of course. There's quite an interesting twist toward the end as the truth does get forced out, in a smile worthy way.   At least it made me smile!

“I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.”

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