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What a lovely story its nice to see Gramham finally come round to mixing with humans again, i can see how his life might have him thinking he wasn't worth it leaving his mates behind in war . Unfortunately there are too manying thinking the same. Love your work Susanne keep them coming
I found this book easy to read. Not over the top in detail. A lovely story of a mature age romance with a bit of cloak and dagger. It also dealt with the impact that mental issues have on life. A good read. Enjoyed it.
This was my first visit to Lark Creek and I'll be going back and revisiting with the first three books. I liked this romantic suspense novel, with an older couple who have plenty of baggage behind them, but who are now tentatively taking steps to starting again. I thought Susanne Bellamy did a good job of portraying the PTSD and the claustrophobia that Graham was suffering. I felt quite sad that he'd spent so much of his life along on the hill. Janice was a good character, and I enjoyed how she found her backbone against her exhusband as the story progressed, though I wish she'd d found it a bit earlier. I enjoyed Jack, the lawyer, Rick and the other secondary characters that played important roles in this story. There was plenty of tension created surrounding Janice's ex and also the markers on the hill and I wondered how it was all going to come together. A really enjoyable read.
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