Hott Synopsis:

Hope Montgomery came to Eternity Springs as the first place she’s run to instead of from. Since the kidnapping of her daughter she’s found that the only things that fill the emptiness are business and her kindergartners so she’s embraced small town life with a vengeance.

Lucca Romano has returned to Eternity Springs due to a summons from his mother. He’s been avoiding life since a March Madness tragedy that pushed him over the edge. Lucca knows he needs to stop drinking and find purpose put he can’t even see a basketball without breaking down.

Can these two broken individuals heal with the help of each other and a little bit of Eternity.

Hott Review:

I’ve just added a new author to my “must read” list! WOW! This book was terrific. There were a lot of characters but they were easily recognized and relatable. I stepped in at the middle of the series but wasn’t at all lost. There was steam but it was perfectly respectable and romantic. There was cursing but it wasn’t overdone or out of place. There was romance, fear, anger, and tears and I couldn’t put the book down for anything!
I must say — I’ll be searching out Ms. March’s books for some time to come! Thanks for such an awesome adventure.


Author: Emily March
Source: Ballantine Books via Netgalley
Grade: A+
Steam: Adult
Series: Eternity Springs #7

Author Bio:

Like thousands of other Texans, author Emily March grew up fleeing the summertime heat at home for the beautiful Colorado Rockies. The daughter of Colorado natives, Emily spent her summers at the rustic, 1930’s era family cabin in the mountains west of Denver, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and availing herself of the facilities (an outhouse) only when she could no longer avoid it.

As an adult with a family of her own, Emily continued the tradition of spending summers in the Rockies, and she insists that her sons were not permanently damaged when she made them wear matching Oshkosh red-and-white-striped overalls with coordinating caps to ride the narrow-gauge train from Durango to Silverton at ages 6 and 3, respectively. Emily still visits the mountains every chance she gets, and she’s happy to announce that the family cabin now sports indoor plumbing.

Writing as Geralyn Dawson, Emily is the USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels. She is a three-time finalist for the prestigious Romance Writers’ of America’s RITA award and a recipient of their Top Ten Favorite Books of the Year award. She received Romantic Times magazine’s Career Achievement award and its Reviewer’s Choice award. In 2009, the American Library Association named her romantic suspense novel, ALWAYS LOOK TWICE, as one of the top ten romances of the year.

A graduate of Texas A&M University, Emily is an avid fan of Aggie sports and her recipe for jalapano relish has made her a tailgating legend.

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