Readers have fallen in love with Eternity Springs, the magical town in Emily March’s beloved series where something wonderful happens to hearts in need of healing.
Twenty years ago the town bad boy, Cam Murphy, left Eternity Springs in handcuffs, riding in the back of a sheriff’s van... and breaking young Sarah Reese’s heart. The defiant teenager vowed never to return.
In Australia, Cam makes a new beginning. He builds a successful business and suffers few regrets until Sarah - and their daughter - walk into his life, and then immediately run away. Realizing it’s time to right yesterday’s wrongs, he follows Sarah home to Colorado - and turns her world upside down.
Cam wants to know his daughter. He needs to prove to Sarah, the town, and himself that he’s changed. Will the residents of Eternity Springs offer forgiveness - and will Sarah have the courage to trust this man who is asking for a second chance?
From the Paperback edition.
This is my least favorite Eternity Springs book, but it is still really good. writing is well done and characters are great. I just don't relate to this story at all, unlike the first 3 Eternity Springs Novels.
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I really enjoyed this book. The Eternity Springs series continues to bring depth to women's fiction and romance. The characters are well developed and the book is well plotted. There are several serious topics addressed in this book. Minor irritation, the nasty gossip's plot line did a little bit too much of a quick 180º for my taste.
I highly recommend this book, especially for fans of the series. I suggest the books are read chronologically as there are continuing plot lines
If you could sum up Lover's Leap in three words, what would they be?
Finally, Sara's story! I loved to go through these stories and get to know the characters.
Sara is such a strong woman and I couldn't wait to see her happy. She has so much on her plate, yet did such a great job raising her daughter. It would have been really hard to do in a small town.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Devon. The little Australian charmer. He has such strength and personality. I hope to see his character develop in future books.
What about Kathe Mazur’s performance did you like?
Kathe Mazur has been a favorite of mine for many years. I have read some unkind reviews of her work, but I think she has a gentle way that brings a lot to the people she portrays.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I listened to most of it while riding on the back of a motorcycle on a day trip with my husband. I was sorry when we arrived home and knew it would be a few days before I had a chance to finish the story. I tried to wait until our next ride, but couldn't wait.
Any additional comments?
I love Emily March, but her books under the author name, Geralyn Dawson, are REALLY my favorite. I wish those titles were available here as well. Hopefully that will happen in the future!
I didn't read this is a Christian based story. It was a good storyline. The narration tried had to save it. But slow....snails pace. The dialog was what I read in junior high. If you want a mostly morale, plain jane book. This one's for you. Having come from a small community we had to deal with the busybodies also. I won't purchase anymore of this series.
What did you like best about Lover's Leap? What did you like least?
This was the slowest book in the series
What was one of the most memorable moments of Lover's Leap?
The new car the whole conversation
How did the narrator detract from the book?
This narrator was sooooo slow
Do you think Lover's Leap needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
yes but its a series so we will find out more about the characters