Whenever You Come Around by Robin Lee Hatcher (A Kings Meadow Romance) Thomas Nelson ISBN978-1-4016-8769-4

Whenever You Come Around ( A Kings Meadow Romance), by Robin Lee Hatcher, is a contemporary romance novel. Charity Anderson and Buck Malone are living next door to each other in Kings Meadow. Their reasons for being in Kings Meadow are very different. Due to flood damage and now with repairs underway, Charity returns to her hometown of Kings Meadow to stay in her parents home while they are away. She is a successful author who needs to complete her next novel and the noise of the construction in her own home was too distracting. Kings Meadow is a place she has avoided for many years. With much difficulty, she has kept the reason secret. Buck once had dreams to go to college, but a family illness changed his future. Having come to terms with this he has accepted his life and is comfortable in his own skin and Kings Meadow.An unfortunate accident involving Charity’s dog, leaves Buck with injuries that prevent him from working. As a result, Charity steps up to assist Buck during his recuperation. Their time spent together brings unexpected results for both of them.
Using smooth prose, the author has deftly crafted a beautifully told love story. The reader truly gets to know the characters and as a result we end up hoping for the best for them. This story is packed with emotion and hope and I recommend reading it.

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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