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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Review: Hope burns by Jaci Burton





Molly Burnett dreads returning to her hometown of Hope for her sister’s wedding, especially knowing she’ll have to endure a weekend with the one man she never wants to see again. It’s only a couple of days, so Molly will try to forget her painful past with high school sweetheart Carter Richards. Because despite the bitter memories, she still can’t forget what they once meant to each other.

But when Molly is forced to extend her stay, Carter sees this as his second chance to do things right, to start over again with the only woman he’s ever loved. This time, he isn’t going to let Molly run. Together they’re going to confront the past and put it behind them, and hope for a future as bright as the flame that still burns hot between them. 





This book was a really sweet read.  I enjoyed all the depth and feeling put into this book.

Molly and Carter had a long history together.  Molly leaves under rough circumstances and only returns to visit.  When her mother is injured, Molly decides to stay in Hope to help.  Molly has her issues and deals with them the best way she knows-- keep everyone at a distance with just fun..

Carter sees Molly staying as a way of mending fences and a way to try and get her back in his life.  He has made his home in Hope and loves it.  Two people in love and one doesn't want to admit it.  He works on her and tries to tear down those walls.  He is determined to make her see reason and to make her see his love for her.

Molly and Carter are in my opinion, a match made in heaven or should I say Hope.  I really enjoyed this book for the beginning to the end.