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Publisher's Summary

Beloved author Emily March returns with a warm and uplifting new novel about a small town with a big heart. Welcome to Eternity Springs, a little piece of heaven in the Colorado Rockies.

Gabriel Callahan has lost everything that mattered. All he wants is solitude on an isolated mountain estate. Instead, he gets a neighbor. Vibrant, no-nonsense Nic Sullivan is Eternity Springs’ veterinarian, and she has an uncanny plan to lure this talented architect back to the world of the living. First with a dog, next with a renovation project, and, finally, with a night of passion that ends with a surprise.

Now a man still raw from tragedy must face the biggest struggle of his heart. Can he forgive himself and believe in the power of second chances? Dare he trust in the promise of a future and a brand-new family here in Eternity Springs?

©2011 Emily March (P)2011 Random House

Critic Reviews

“A heartfelt story of family, community, second chances, and the power of love . . . Don’t miss it!” (Susan Wiggs)
“Emily March’s stories are heart-wrenching and soul-satisfying. For a wonderful read, don’t miss a visit to Eternity Springs.” (Lisa Kleypas)

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  • Donna
  • Quairading, Australia
  • 02-20-11

Brilliant

I loved this book by Emily March, I haven't read any of her previous novels, but will now find as many of them as I can and do so, I listened to this audiobook in a day, lucky it was the weekend, the narrator Kathe Mazur did a wonderful job which always make for easy listening. Welldone !!!!!!

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • Judy
  • Champaign, IL, United States
  • 04-21-11

Unbelievebly Good!

Emily March does a fantastic job of portraying the broad spectrum love can take you -- from elated delight to heartbreaking sorrow. This book withdrew from me such intense emotion that I literally could not stop listening! This is my first experience with EM as an author, and if it is any indication of what the rest of her work is like, I am now a devoted fan. The narration by Kathe Mazur was also excellent! I hope Audible continues to add more books by Emily March.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • betty
  • west sunbury, PA, United States
  • 02-10-12

Wonderful!!!!

I love this series. When I first started listening, I thought the story started a little slow, and the reader was a little too drab. Well, I was so wrong. The story is the best, and the reader is perfect. I would highly recomment this series to all.

Make sure you start with the first book, and continue through the series.

I am sorry the next book won't be out until September 2012.

In other words, I LOVE THIS SERIES.

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Dramatic read !

This was my first Emily March book & I listened to it straight through last night. It was recommended by a friend as being along the same line as the Virgin River series by Robyn Carr which I love. I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised & am currently downloading the next book in the series ...

That being said this is not a light read it is very dramatic & emotional ... these are two damaged people caught by surprise trying to do the best that they can.

I was not crazy about the narrator, to me she seemed a bit flat.

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  • Kyjia
  • Miami, FL, United States
  • 08-19-12

Unexpectedly Heart-Wrenching

I am not generally lured into these feel good romances, as the plots are generally way too slow paced for my tastes, but due to some interesting reviews, I gave this one a shot.This book kept my interest peeked just about the whole way through.

The book has a shattered and troubled male lead (which is my fav time) who seemingly just keeps making awful decisions through out the story, as it relates to a budding relationship with the female lead. So the book takes fabulous turns from the routine "getting to know you" formula to "OMG did that really just happen!" I also like this because, yes people realistically do make decisions based on paralyzing drama from past events that have nothing to do with the current situation and from plain old selfishness. And a good book and narrator should truly take the reader on this emotional roller-coaster with our characters.

This is no romance mixed in a thriller, or adventure, so I will not give it perfect ratings, but if you are looking for a well written enjoyable wholesome romance only, then look no further. My rating is 3.5 out of 5.

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Dont bother ...

Would you consider the audio edition of Angel's Rest to be better than the print version?

There is no point to getting this audible book because its a series and you are able to get 1-5and 10-12 but books 6,7,8,9 are not available. very disappointing I really enjoyed the series until I couldn't keep getting books that have been in print a long time.

Any additional comments?

where are books 6,7,8, & 9!!

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  • ELLIE
  • 11-11-17

A poor substitute

This was a poor substitute or Virgin River by Robyn Carr it has a small town, querky characters. A strong female doctor/vet, women’s quilting group like Grace Valley another of RC trilogy’s.
The story needed more individuality