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Hummingbird Lake

An Eternity Springs Novel
Narrated by: Kathe Mazur
Series: Eternity Springs, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 44 mins
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Experience the magic of Eternity Springs, where broken hearts find healing, in this uplifting novel in Emily March’s unforgettable new series.

Haunted by painful memories, pediatric surgeon Sage Anderson gives up medicine and moves to Eternity Springs. There she finds a place to call home, but even her newfound success as a gifted artist isn’t enough to keep her nightmares at bay. Colt Rafferty is about to change all that.

Eternity Springs is a refuge for Colt, a place to ground himself when the stress of investigating tragedies takes its toll. He has come here for a little R & R, but instead of relaxing, he finds himself fascinated by the mysterious redhead whose secrets beg to be discovered - a beauty running from her past, a heartsick woman in desperate need of the sweet sanctuary of a devoted man’s embrace. And he is just the man to show her the true path to peace - by offering her the healing power of love.

©2011 Emily March (P)2011 Random House Audio

Critic reviews

“A brilliant writer you’ll love creates a world you’ll never want to leave.... Hummingbird Lake is a sparkling romance.” (Susan Mallery)
"Emily March’s stories are heart-wrenching and soul-satisfying. For a wonderful read, don’t miss a visit to Eternity Springs.” (Lisa Kleypas)
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  • Judy
  • 22-04-11

Even Better than the First!

I didn't think it was possible, but this second Eternity Springs novel is even better than the first! Emily March does an outstanding job of breathing life into characters of deep emotion while infusing them witha fair amount of humor and heat. Colt Rafferty has got to be one of the yummyiest male leads that's ever resulted from putting pen to paper! And while Sage does lean a little heavily on the stubborn side, her reasons are by no means shallow. Add to this a host of exceptional secondary characters, and you have a story that is too good to put down! Once again, Kathe Mazur does a stellar job at narraton.

If you haven't already done so, listen to Angel's Rest first. Then take a dip in Hummingbird Lake. You will not be disappointed!

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  • D. B. Smith
  • 16-04-18

Good story

No doubt this was a good story. However, part of the reason I wanted this book was because I thought it would finish up the Callahan story.
Sage’s story was was an emotional ride and that doesn’t happen often for me. Two thumbs up on that count.
But Gabe and Nic’s story was bound in there too and I started this series because I went through Gabe’s brothers first.
Although I read the Christmas novella, there was a lot of story about Gabe going back to Texas that was never delivered. I feel robbed. Now the twins are a year old so I can’t imagine any of the others in this series filling in that void. Very sad about being left hanging.

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  • E. Knight
  • 31-12-17

Very Entertaining

Great character development. Good storynline. I love getting to know the people of Eternity Springs.

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  • JudyCovell
  • 27-04-11

Depressing

Disliked the main character intensely. Her reluctance to recieve treatment reflected badly on her medical background.

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