Series: Snowberry Creek #3
Published by Signet on May 6th 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Second Chance Romance
Character(s): Military Guys, Reclusive Heroes
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All roads lead home in Snowberry Creek…
After a devastating tour in Afghanistan, all Spencer Lang wants is for life to return to normal. But when he rides into his hometown on his Harley, he learns that his friends and family have tried to move past their heartbreak since he was reported killed-in-action—and the woman he loved is about to marry his best friend. Now, all he can do is pick up the pieces of his life.
Years ago Melanie Wolfe left town, with no intention of ever coming back. But when her father dies, she reluctantly returns home to salvage the family business. Reuniting with Spencer, her high school crush, complicates the already thorny situation, especially when she begins losing her heart to him all over again.
As Spencer and Melanie work to restore order to her family’s company, two damaged hearts face an unexpected new future that is filled with possibilities…and love.
Alexis Morgan is always good for small-town romances that are heartwarming and sweet. A Reason to Love is no different.
Spencer Lang returns home from the war, ready to pick back up with his life and the girl he left behind. Problem is, everyone thought he was dead and now his girl is about to marry his best friend, and nothing is as it was before. Melanie is back home, helping save her family’s business, when she runs into her childhood crush, Spencer. Neither of them are looking for a relationship, but it isn’t long before their friendship becomes something more.
This was a really interesting spin, because the girl Spencer loved is Callie from A Time for Home, where we thought that Spencer had died and watched Callie fall for Nick. It’s strange because you kind of want to hate Callie and Nick. But you don’t because you know they both love Spencer. It’s tough.
Regardless, I loved this story and loved these characters. Melanie was a lot stronger than I thought she would be, and of course, Spencer was swoony. The pacing of this story was perfect, and the emotions were so realistic, I just wanted to hug everyone. A Reason to Love is a perfect read for all small-town romance lovers.