Two weary strangers are about to rest their burdens in Eternity Springs, where there's hope for every broken heart.
Haunted by the loss of his wife and son, Daniel Garrett left the police force to devote his life to finding missing children. But he still hasn't found a way to mend the wounds of his past - until he attends a wedding in the small mountain town of Eternity Springs and meets a beautiful, intriguing woman who offers a glimpse of something Daniel thought he'd never have again. Sometimes life gives us a second chance at love.
Shannon O'Toole isn't looking for romance. Ever since her fiancé's death, she's created a quiet life for herself restoring Victorian cottages. Still, she can't deny her attraction to the handsome, broad-shouldered stranger. Daniel makes her feel things she hasn't felt in years - including the desire to share her secrets. But can Shannon trust a detective when doing so could bring danger to her cottage door? In Eternity Springs, anything - and everything - is possible.
©2015 Emily March (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I almost didn't listen to the book... several books in this series are skipped by audible. I was worried I'd be too lost in for this listen to make any sense. I was pleased that the story could stand alone. There are a references to past characters, in Emily's other books that I found to be more endearing then confusing. The hardest part of the listen for me was the chance in narration. While not terrible, I think she might be better suited to another genera. At times she sounds like a robot. Perhaps she would be better suited to sci-fi.
Heartsong is a good word for this one. These characters are real, the story emotional and uplifting. If you like small town, feel good books, this is a good series to try.
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