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Hope and Country

by Emmanuelle Snow

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Devon and Riley’s story is a beautiful one with a lot of emotions. The subject matter is intense but it is handled very gently. Devon meets Riley at a party and once they make eye contact it’s attraction at first sight. See Devon hasn’t had an easy childhood having to stand in the shadows while her mother was treated so horribly and now she wants to be strong, she wants her freedom, but someone doesn’t allow her to have it. She finds herself trapped in this vicious cycle that her mother was with no hope of ever being free so her one night and one connection with Riley leaves such an intense impression on her she carries it with her for over a year. Riley is no stranger to the world of the famous as an agent for country talent, yet he seems to feel constantly alone until Devon. When Devon left the night they met he knew she was in some sort of trouble and never stopped looking for her to no avail. He knows deep down it was love at first sight, but will he ever see her again? When Devon comes around a year later she is unrecognizable because her stepbrother is such a villainous guy he hurts her relentlessly. Will Devon ever truly be free from her stepbrother or she will continuously fall to his ways? Can Riley help save her? What does the future look like when their present seems so drear? This book handles a sensitive subject as I said yet it also shows us Devon healing, learning to be brave again, and how the right people at our side can make a world of difference. I really enjoyed their story because although it was fast paced it was beautiful. The only thing was a few times when flashbacks to the past occurred I got slightly confused until I kept reading to the next chapter. Overall a great read about finding love, healing, and moving forward. ( )
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