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With Jasper and Cecelia returned, and Solomon cleared of treason for his actions during the war, life at Dalton Farm has almost returned to normal. Of course, there's the small matter of Cecelia's pregnancy and her engagement to Abraham Thompson, the reverend's son. In Solomon's eyes, all is as it should be, and the pair will be married quickly to avoid any gossip. But Clara, who has endured her own unhappy engagement, sees sadness in Cecelia's eyes...On the night of her wedding to Jasper, seeing Cecelia and Abraham bicker, Clara begs for the truth. She promises her sister that no matter what comes, she will protect her sister - and she speaks, as only she can, of the importance of being true to one's heart. But Cecelia is hiding more than Clara knows. Should she break the engagement and tell the truth, the reputation of the entire family is at stake, and no matter the cost to herself, Cecelia is determined to protect her family....
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I was disappointed that Cecilia would let herself be forced into a loveless marriage. I wanted her to be stronger, especially when there was someone she was in love with. Thankfully fate intervened. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job.
- Mandy Lorenz
Sweet Continuation of Book 1 & 2
Book 3 of "Southern Romance" follows Clara's younger sister, Cecelia mostly. Clara and Jasper are finally happy and are going to spend the rest of their lives together...everyone is happy but Cecelia. She's pregnant and engaged to someone she doesn't even like. Seeing her unhappiness, Clara wants to know why but Cecelia doesn't want to tell.
Again, another cute and short book. We get another couple pairing besides Clara and Jasper which is nice. This book did go back in time a couple times, which made it slightly confusing to follow. Not as good as the 1st but still worth the read.