AGAIN, ALABAMA

AGAIN, ALABAMA                                   SUSAN SANDS

Cammie Laroux is back in Alabama---again.

Dragged back to her small town to help her mother recover from surgery while rescuing the family event planning business should be a cinch. Even for a disgraced television chef, right? Wrong.

Among the many secrets Cammie's family’s been hiding is the fact that their historic home is falling down. Oh, and the man hired to restore the house, Grey Harrison, is the same high school and college love of her life who thrashed her heart and dreams ten years ago. Yeah, that guy.

Grey, a widower with a young daughter, has never stopped loving Cammie, and when they are face to face once again, the chemistry is off the charts. Cammie may be in full-blown denial, but letting go is no longer in Grey’s vocabulary, even when winning Cammie’s forgiveness and renovating their love may seem like an impossible build even for a master architect and carpenter.

As Cammie finds herself forgetting all the reasons she can’t trust Grey or love again, he finds himself remembering all the reasons he wants her to stay with him in Alabama… forever.

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This story begins with Cammie, returning to her home town of Ministry Alabama, to take care of her mother and the business that she runs through their home. She had left years ago and had become a chief and was working on a cooking T.V. show as an assistant when something went bad and the star of the show wanted her gone. Now home for the first time she finds out that her mother hired her one time boyfriend who married her best friend to fix up the place and that her niece is his daughter’s best friend. Now having to deal with the past because every day she sees Grey Harrison. His wife has passed away from a car accident but there are rumors around town that make her daughter think otherwise. Plus with Cammie back the small town is talking up a storm. Then she finds out about the real story between the two of them and a secret that her mother did not tell her. While there she also wins a pie contest and gets her reputation back in the food niche. This is a good book full of emotion and the characters have depth to them. A good story. I got this book from net galley.  I give this 4 stars.

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