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Summary

Jeremiah McKinley is the first of his enlisted brothers to return home to River Rock, Missouri - their sleepy but charming hometown in the Ozarks - in the wake of their father's death in combat. While he's grateful to be home with his sister nearby, his grief over losing the man known as Major Mack proves almost overwhelming, especially without his brothers around.

After years of guilt and tireless effort, Mary Grace "Gray" Smith finally has her life on track. The last person she wants to see is Jeremiah: her former best friend, former crush, and the man who could easily destroy the one thing she holds most dear. But after one of Jeremiah's brothers returns home with a head injury, Gray becomes his therapist - and a long-kept secret threatens to reveal itself and alter the course of several lives forever. Could this secret also give Jeremiah and Gray the chance to finally have the future together they always longed for?

©2015 Heather Burch (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • Debbie
  • 30-05-18

Soldiers Don't Quit

Soldiers do a lot of things . . . stupid stuff . . . but ONE thing they don't do is QUIT . . . they aren't wishy washy . . . once they make their mind up, its pretty much a done deal . . . that's why this second in the series has me perplexed . . . the son of a career soldier, a soldier himself and a brother to a household of soldiers can't make his mind up . . . and a twelve year old is the only one in the story with his head on his shoulders . . . I LOVE this author . . . am wondering what she was thinking when she wrote this story . . . it is way heavy on the romance and way too shy on the substance . . . had the potential to be a GREAT story . . . but for me, it fell short . . .

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  • Rebecca R
  • 09-07-18

Romance

Great sequel with a more romantic thread to this story and a totally different problem. Loved the cameo performances by the artists colony residents from the first book. Great characters. I cared about them all. Very well paced plot and great imagery. Highly recommend.

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  • jan mills
  • 12-08-17

Good til end

I consider myself a faithful Christian but...The writing, characters and plot were deeply engrossing, until last two chapters ruined it for me. It repeated "Eye of God" just too many times, so that it interrupted the bubble the author had created. It really took away from the story for me.

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  • sharon
  • 09-05-16

Skip This One!!!

Having read "One Lavender Ribbon" by the same author,I had high hopes for this book but the narrator was horrible! I gave it @ an hour and really could not go on. Her male voices were very scratchy sounding. It was so distracting I could not get a good sense of the plot.
I will NOT get another book with this narrator!

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  • K. Garswood
  • 08-05-18

Wrong focus

Instead of the artificial and forced love tension between the adults, the more complex but neglected story should have been with David and his losses and everything he had to come to terms with.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 18-05-17

Couldn't stop listening

All of it. Story, reading....really captivating and great story. Definitely will listen again. Loved David in the story...

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  • Deborah L. Bundick
  • 18-01-16

Beautiful

Would you listen to Down the Hidden Path again? Why?

Yes so beautiful

What did you like best about this story?

Love

Which scene was your favorite?

The lake scene

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The lake scene

Any additional comments?

It is rare when you come across an author that is able to take a hold of your heart within a few words Heather Burch does that every time I read one of her beautiful reads add Amy voice and you have a brilliant story. Her story line is sweet and pure so filled with love and the hardships that come with building a life with another and the grown one has to do to become whom they are supposed to be apart and together. In Down the Hidden Path the story line is built around a young woman who has loved one man her entire life. It is about the choices they both made as young adults and about how if we allow life not to get in the way how it can create something so beautiful. It is also about the love of one brother to another. Love it. Look forward to the next installment.

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