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ALMOST WONDERFUL (ALMOST) BY CHRISTIE RIDGWAY

 

 

 

Release Date:  September 7, 2017

 

 

SYNOPSIS

 

Meg Alexander has temporarily—and reluctantly—returned to her home of Crescent Cove, California. Last time she’d been on this beach she’d called herself Starr and saw only bright skies ahead. Then tragedy struck and she’d run from all that was familiar, the happy-go-lucky girl becoming a sadder-but-wiser woman. Now family obligations have brought her back and she’s determined to make it through the month with grit and grace. She only falters when one day she looks up—and loses her breath.

Caleb McCall has never forgotten the summer he spent at Crescent Cove and the beautiful girl who’d laughed and played there. Eager for a break from his workaholic ways, he rents one of the surfside bungalows and discovers his landlady is none other than the one woman who has never faded from his memory. Clearly, though, Meg is wary and even their instant chemistry doesn’t let down her guard. But Caleb has learned there’s no time like the present to grab the opportunities life presents, so he’s willing to fight for what he wants…the total surrender of Meg’s heart.

 

 

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REVIEW:  ALMOST WONDERFUL (ALMOST) BY CHRISTIE RIDGWAY

 

Almost WonderfulAlmost Wonderful by Christie Ridgway

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Almost Wonderful begins with a tragedy that shapes the path of one woman's life. It's about heartache. It's about second chances. It's about forgiveness. It's about love. Meg and Caleb's journey isn't always a pretty one, but their story needed to be told. The carefree girl with the winning smile and the young boy who watched her from the sidelines. First love had heartbreaking results for that young girl. Will the ghost of summers past ruin her second chance? Ms. Ridgway never shies away from emotion. Whether it's grief, nostalgia, guilt or heartbreak, she walks headfirst into the abyss and creates a great story.



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