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Friday, March 11, 2016

Everything At Last by Kimbery Lang- Featue and Review

In the second Magnolia Beach romance by USA Today bestselling author Kimberly Lang, a small Alabama waterfront town is the perfect place to start over...

At first sight, Molly Richards knew Magnolia Beach, Alabama, was the perfect place to escape her unhappy life. And though she's proud of the small coffee shop she’s opened, something is missing. But she won’t let herself be burned by love—again.

Veterinarian Tate Harris finds the local dating scene awkward, since he's known most of the eligible ladies his whole life. But he's finding it hard to resist the unassuming charm of the sweet-faced owner of Latte Dah. And when a late-night pet emergency finds Tate at Molly's house, that fascination turns into a potent mutual attraction.

But just as their relationship begins to take off, Molly's haunted past returns. Fortunately, Tate is determined to help Molly fight for the life she's been wishing for...



Everything at Last (Magnolia Beach, #2)Everything at Last by Kimberly Lang
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Everything at Last ( Magnolia, #2) by Kimberly Lang is a 2016 publication.

The romance is a little understated and while there are adult situations and innuendo, the door to the bedroom is closed.
However, I did pick up on some important points in the story I feel are worth mentioning--
With women, the struggle for independence can be a hard fought battle and for Molly it is especially important, as is her privacy. However, in our ‘strong woman’ society, we sometimes forget that accepting help is not a sign of weakness. That’s what friends and family do and that’s true with our romantic relationships as well… we take care of each other, have each other’s back. One can still take care of things, fight their own battles, and yet lean on someone for support and allow them to help carry the burden. Yet, trusting someone and letting go or backing off is also a part of making relationships of any kind work.
Overall, this is a nice, solid, sweet contemporary romance, which adds some subtle life messages, with shades of chick lit or women’s fiction as well. This is a story most anyone can enjoy.

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USA Today bestselling author of sassy, sexy contemporary romance. Please visit my website at www.BooksByKimberly.com to learn more about me and my books!

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