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I wanted to like this book, and parts of it were entertaining, but I found the characters excessively neurotic and repetitive. I also thought they were unnecessarily cruel to Phoebe when they refused to let her to visit her kid in the hospital. Working in a bakery and showing small to no interest in meal is too weird for me. I could not relate to the characters so I will give this series a pass.
Bittersweet by Shirlee McCoy is the 3rd book in her Home Sweet Home series. Willow Lamont is our heroine, having returned home temporarily to support her grandfather run Chocolate Haven. With her two sisters (previous story heroines) busy with a marriage or babies, Willow spends her free hours making chocolate and failing on making the family secret fudge recipe. Willow has nightmares, due to a rape when she was only 13, and has kept this a secret all these years; one reason she does not like to come evening, while working late, she hears a noise outside and calls the cops. Jax Gordon, the deputy sheriff and our hero, arrives to search out what is wrong. Willow describes a vehicle stopping and then pulling away. Together Jax and Willow will search an abandoned baby by the dumpster. When they are at the hospital for the baby, Jax recognizes that Willow is hiding some kind of trauma, and when it comes to that, Jax is an expert. He himself has his own nightmares of having his own family murdered years before.What follows is a slow build sweet romance between Jax and Willow, with the mystery of finding the person to dumped the baby. Despite their determination to not have any relationship, they both begin falling for each other. It was really nice to see the Lamont family again, as well as the backdrop of making chocolate. Willow will foster the baby called Miracle, temporarily until she is well enough to be ttersweet was a very nice romance, with a couple that each had their own mentally disabling issues. Willow will slowly learn to place the past behind her, and realize that she loves being home again. The only issue is she needs to support Jax move on from his past, as he fears being damage again. Once again, Shirlee McCoy gives us another unbelievable story, surrounded by a amazing family, in the little city of Benevolence, Washington. If you have fun little city romances, I suggest you read the Home Sweet Home series
I'm giving this book a two star rating because this author does not know the grammatical rule for using 'bring and that'. Amazing grief, Ms McCoy, go back and reread this book - you bring things to and take things there. Your errors are so frequent and blatant it's painful. Also, this book is almost identical to the previous one with only name changes and a few extra events. Willow and Brenna both coerced to come home by grandfather, both swear they'll not stay, neither can master the family fudge recipe but are successful in making the rest of the chocolate candles, both search hunky guy to fall for - same story with just a few changes. Not a whole lot of imagination there. You write well with the exception of those glaring errors of your usage of bring and take. I happen to appreciate correct English, something I'm finding is not real with a lot of authors any longer.
I really thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It was well written evoking an understanding of the emotions the characters were feeling.Willow Lamont grew up in a little city where her grandfather and father owned Chocolate Haven. She had loved being a part of this family business until she experienced such a horrible, traumatic incident at the hands of one of the former employees. She had never been able to fully work through her emotions of that experience so she just stayed away. Now, she was back at the request of her grandfather to support in the shop. The nightmares had returned and it seemed to be impossible for her to create even one batch of the popular Lamont fudge without ruining it.Jax had always admired Willow in school. She was attractive and powerful and she had a family who loved her dearly. Jay's family had all been murdered, except for him. And, he had been a witness and only survivor to them crime. Because of his experience, he never wanted to have a family because of the possibility that he might lose them all as he had as a child. His story was so sad and yet even though he was wounded both in body and mind, he could still have the desire to help. He was a amazing man and was currently working as a deputy sheriff who was determined to seek justice for victims of crime.I won't give away the plot of the story but it was truly a attractive weaving of a love story and healing process for both Jax and Willow. This was a mostly clean romance. There was some language but no sex. It was a truly sweet, romantic story.I was given an arc copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
One of the Home Sweet Home series, in which we meet Willow Lamont, previously a prosecutor in Seattle until she comes home to support her grandfather with Chocolate Haven, the venerable shop that is popular for its signature fudge. Problem is, although Willow has always known how to create it, she's lost her touch. Probably because the trauma she experienced at age 13 has come back to haunt her again, causing nightmares that refuse to go night she hears something outside that forces her to call the cops. Who shows up? Deputy Sheriff Jax Gordon. She's known him since his dad and he moved into city and he was that senior all the girls talked about in their little town. What she hears, however, is a little baby, barely alive. Where is the mother and why is the baby so blue? Turns out the baby everyone calls Miracle needs heart surgery, and Willow--already approved to be a short-term foster mother--is asked to take care of her. She who has previously decided that she will never have a kid of her own knows she should let herself to obtain close to the baby, but she can't support herself.Jax, too, is drawn to the baby, even more so when he's drawn to Willow, though his past tells him it's a poor idea, as does what he knows Willow must have experienced years earlier. How they resolve this makes for a satisfying end to the story.
This application is amazing except for one thing. You really need to add the ability to loop the homescreens. In other words you need to be able to go from the latest homescreen directly to the first one without having to go all the method back through the previous screens. To me this seems like a primary thing that all launchers should be able to do. Even a phones native launcher can do this. Otherwise seems really good.