Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Review: Hello Again by Heather Tullis

If you've read my blog before, you know I'm a big fan of Heather Tullis's sweet, clean romances. I thoroughly enjoyed her DiCarlo Brides series, and now it looks like she's onto another series which I find greatly exciting! So here's my review of the first book in the new In the Garden series, Hello Again.

Product Description:

Piper Daniels has one wish—to keep her little brother out of trouble—but her work schedule and a lack of activities for teens in her neighborhood complicate that mission. When she latches onto the idea of starting a community garden, it seems to answer all of her requirements. Until she realizes who owns the property she wants to use.

Reece Stone was the love of her life ten years earlier, until he left with only a phone call goodbye and no explanation. Now he’s the head of Stone Enterprises, and he’s thrilled at the chance to make amends and spend time with the woman he’s never been able to forget. He knows they can find love again, if he can melt her anger enough to give him a chance.

My Review:

I absolutely adore this book! The situation, the characters (their names!), the place they live. Because I have no personal experience living with a teen with autism, I felt that was an educational peek that helped me learn a little understanding, and see a little of the joy as well as the struggles. I like the chemistry between the main characters, and like that they had a history they needed to get over. It was a great book and I look forward to the next book in the series. (I liked it so much, I nominated it for a Whitney Award.) You've got to read this one!

*I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review.

Hello Again

is available in eBook and Paperback