Georgia Pine is book 3 in the series, but I didn’t connect some of the dots until the writer did it for me at the end, where this couple comes into play. Tim is a sweet, tall and strong, rugged man. He has a heart of gold and loves on Jessica’s kids, the elderly, his boss, basically everyone. I love Tim. Jessica I went back and forth on. I mean she’s a good mom and deserves happiness but the way her and so many other emphasized class differences or the importance of money really annoyed me. Maybe that’s more common than I realize? Anyway, that’s my personal issue with the characters, not the story. It was a smooth read that I had trouble walking away from. I’ve enjoyed this whole series, but you can read this as a stand alone. And it has a happy ever after.
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