"An adorable nine year old and her oversized wayward dog"
Reviewed by Helen Williams
Posted May 15, 2017
LOVE ME AGAIN is another great story in the Hope
about second chances. Once again Jaci Burton creates a story
proving it's never too late to have a second chance at love.
This story deals with self realization and finally taking a
stand for decisions made and standing up for yourself. It's
also covers parental neglect and the effects it can have on a
young child. It's a very positive story about how one parent
has such a positive influence on a young child's life that
makes her a very balanced and happy child even though there is
neglect from the other parent.
Loretta Simmons has returned to Hope, Oklahoma with her young
daughter after a disastrous marriage with the determination of
becoming independent and providing a positive life for her
daughter. But returning to Hope means she has to face the one
man she loved and walked away from.
Deacon Fox current renovation project is next door to the
bookstore Loretta owns. He has no interest in engaging
in any conversations with the woman who broke his heart when
she dumped him and walked away and married someone else. But
a cute, adorable nine year old with her wayward dog softens
Loretta admits that she allowed her parents to have too much
influence in decisions she made years earlier that caused so
much hurt to Deacon. So she's having a difficult time in
accepting how Deacon is so forgiving and accepting and how
supportive he is. Deacon shows an amazing capacity of
forgiveness and helping Loretta to forgive herself. That
adorable little nine year old and her oversized dog really
makes this a great story and draws you in. LOVE ME AGAIN is
a great lesson
about realizing and admitting to mistakes, accepting
forgiveness and moving forward with the life you always
In the latest novel from the New York Times
bestselling author of Don’t Let Go, it’s never too
late for a second chance at first love...
When Loretta Simmons returns to Hope, Oklahoma, after a
disastrous marriage, she’s determined to remain independent
for the sake of her daughter. The only thing standing in her
way is Deacon Fox—the man she loved and walked away from
Since Loretta owns the bookstore right next to his current
renovation project, Deacon can’t escape the woman who broke
his heart. Throw in her adorable little girl and one
ridiculously oversized dog, and they’re almost a family.
Only he can’t be that guy—what they had was once in a lifetime.
But love has a funny way of reopening a door you thought was
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