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Review: Falling for Her Enemy by Victoria James

Title:  Falling for Her Enemy by Victoria James, Still Harbour #2Falling for her enemy

Author:  Victoria James

Publisher: Entangled Bliss, Entangled Publishing

Published:  November 9th, 2015

Rating: 5/5

I remember loving the first book in the Still Harbour series, so when I had the opportunity to read this, the second in the series, I couldn’t wait to do so – and I’m so glad I did! This is a delectable romance, full of anxieties and threats to the happy ever after you just hope will be attained in the end.

Three young girls met when in foster care, they’re like the sisters they dreamed of having and now they’ve settled in this small community, sharing a home and the children they adopted to take out of the care system, ensuring between them that these children never miss out on love in their lives. When Alex learns that someone who may be the father of her adopted daughter, Cassie, is trying to find his daughter she is worried about losing her. When she meets the man concerned,, Hayden Brooks, she is even more worried. He’s a wealthy, resourceful determined and handsome man with the same blue eyes and dark hair as Cassie. He seems determined to probe Cassie is his and to then take her back to his home in British Columbia,Maryland away from Still Harbour. Not only that but the owner of the bakery which Alex has worked at for years has just told her she’s no longer able to wait the five years they’d planned to enable Alex to buy her business bout needs to make a quick sale to raise the monies necessary to help rehabilitate her husband after his recent stroke. With Christmas only weeks away, Alex could use some good cheer and much better news to celebrate the festive season!!

With a plethora of well defined, complex characters, an engaging plot and well written story this is a fantastic story to get lost in. There are so many twists and surprises en route that the reader is unsure what will happen when you turn to read the next page. This is the second in the series but I don’t believe it is essential to have read the first to enjoy this one – but both are great stories, so why not give yourself a treat and read them both?

Thanks to the Author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

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