"Hannah's love is large enough to be spread around to all"
Reviewed by Sandi Shilhanek
Posted May 31, 2014
Are you a fan of small town contemporary romances? If you
are and haven't yet discovered Marie Force then I suggest
you run out to your nearest bookstore and get not only I
WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND, but the first book in the Green
Mountain series All You Need Is Love.
Hannah Abbott Guthrie, one of the many siblings whose
talents contribute goods and services to the family
has been a war widow for years. During that time she has
had good days, and bad days, but never once considered
removing her wedding ring and finding love again.
Nolan Roberts was one of Caleb Guthrie's best friends, and
if Caleb were still alive he would never even think of
making a move towards Hannah, but now he feels it's time
let her know how he feels, and has felt for a long time.
As Hannah and Nolan realize that they want more from their
relationship than to be just friends roadblocks pop up to
prevent them moving forward easily. Are these roadblocks
real, or just figments of their own imaginations that they
can use to protect their feelings? For that answer you'll
have to read I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND for yourself.
I can almost guarantee that if you're a fan of small town
romance written by the likes of Robyn Carr, and Jill
then you will want to put your book dollars into the Green
Mountain series by Marie Force. I lent a friend All You
Need is Love and she returned it to me with a note...I
the second book now! When I read the last pages of I WANT
TO HOLD YOUR HAND I felt like my friend with the exception
being I want the third book now!
For the Abbott siblings, the Green Mountain state has always
been an idyllic place to call home. But it isn’t until they
open themselves up to love that they’ll truly discover how
fulfilling life can be
Almost seven years after losing her husband in Iraq, Hannah
Abbott Guthrie isn’t sure she’s ready—or able—to move on,
but the attentions of a lifelong friend are making her think
about it for the first time. The memory of the sweet kiss
she shared with Nolan Roberts hasn’t strayed far from her
thoughts, but she also fears that pursuing something with
him would mean betraying her husband’s memory.
Nolan has loved Hannah for years, but he’d been giving her
the space she needed to heal from her devastating loss. Now,
when an opportunity arises to show her how he feels, Nolan
can’t resist, but he knows earning her love will take more
than a kiss. Somehow he has to prove to Hannah that finding
love twice in a lifetime is possible—and well worth risking
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