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Garrett (Sweet Home) by Jayna Morrow
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Garrett (Sweet Home) (edition 2013)

by Jayna Morrow

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Title:Garrett (Sweet Home)
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Info:Prism Book Group (Inspired Romance) (2013), Kindle Edition, 218 pages
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Garrett intends to sell his property to a developer. Living in the past of what might have been, he fails to see the good things in his life until he meets Micara. She is trying to save the town and organizes meetings to convince others not to sell out. She can do nothing but pray that Garrett will see the error of his ways.

I enjoyed this sweet, Christian romance. The well-drawn characters dealt with authentic modern problems. It was a delight! ( )
  penelopemarzec | Jan 19, 2016 |
The town of Sweet Home, Texas, is on the auction block as developers move in to buy the land from the original founding families. One by one their farms and ranches fall to strip malls and shopping centers. Micara Lee is passionate about stopping the sprawling construction even to the point of taking a stick to a bull dozer which she later realizes as an outrageous reaction.
At town meeting she meets Garrett Hearth. He’s the son of one of Sweet Homes’ oldest families. He and his brother Gabriel are the last of the children still holding on to the land their parents left them. Garrett was a high school football hero destined for college and the NFL, but a knee injury put him on the sidelines and left him bitter about the way his life turned out. Troubled as he saw his friend, Brent, take over his life and his dreams and even his girl.
Garrett is ready to sell his land and move on. He wants to leave his job as the high school football coach and explore writing children’s books, something he’s wanted to do since childhood. But he meets Micara.
As they fall in love, he struggles with his life and his decisions. She follows her Christian convictions to love someone who has hurt her. She backs down from her position and prays that the landowners will make the right decision, even Garrett.
Will his love for her and the memory of his parents draw him to the right decision? Or will he make a career change and give up on yet another dream?
Jayna Morrow creates believable, warm characters. Garrett is a delightfully sweet story of love and redemption. I’m looking forward to the rest of the series. ( )
  VictoriaPittsCaine | Jun 25, 2015 |
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