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Willow Spring
by Jeannine D. Van Eperen   

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Category: 

Romance

Publisher:  Whiskey Creek ISBN-10:  1593748299
Pages: 

297

Copyright:  August 2007 ISBN-13:  9781593748296

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Do you believe at second chances at love? Alana didn't until it happened to her.

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Whiskey Creek Press
Jeannine Van Eperen, writer

Now that Willow Spring lay just five miles down the narrow, two-lane highway, Alana wondered if her reason had deserted her when she packed her bags and decided to take this journey. Isn't it often said, you can't go back? What did she expect to find except old memories better laid to rest? Perhaps that was it. Going back might lay to rest feelings that kept returning. Nothing can changed the past. Is that what she wanted to do? Change the past? Ridiculous!    


Excerpt

She pulled into the Town Pump. No one came out to help her, so she got out of her car and walked around a bit while waiting. Could the place already be closed for the weekend? Alana glanced at her watch and saw it was almost five o’clock. Small Texas towns often closed up early. She walked around to the side and saw one of the garage doors stood open. As she neared the entrance, she heard a muffled curse.
“Anyone here?” she called.
After a grunt, a deep voice said, “Just a second.”
She looked back into the work area and saw feet sticking out from under an automobile, and soon a grease-smeared man slid out. He stood up, wiped his hands on his trousers and then looked at her. “Alana?”
It was only one word, only her name, but it had the impact of a ton of dynamite going off in her head and all around her. Her eyes opened wide as she drank in the sight of Bill Everly. It didn’t matter that his hair was tousled, his clothes grease-streaked, and that his chin and cheeks bore a day’s stubble. It was he, and even after eight years, he had the power to turn her knees to rubber.
His dark blue eyes had rounded as if he’d seen a ghost. “Alana. It is you.”
She wet her lips, found her voice, and whispered, “Bill.”



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Euro Reviews, reviewed by Annick
Alana has done it, she packed her bags and left with her daughter. In fact she is not going away but going back, back to the past. 8 years ago, she left Willow Spring, hoping to leave the grieve and pain behind her. Now, she feels it is time to return.

When they arrive at Willow Spring, Alana feels that old wounds are reopening. Chapters which obviously weren’t really closed for her. Meeting her ex-boyfriend is one of them. She ran away from him, in a way. But she’s still attracted to him, even after all those years. But what surprises her is that his life hasn’t turned out the way he and his family expected 8 years ago.

Willow Spring is one of the most beautiful stories I have ever read. A young girl and a boy are deeply in love, but the parents of the boy find the girl not good enough. So things go wrong between them and the girl leaves town and tries to move on with her life. But true love can’t be stopped… or can it? Is it possible to change things after so many years? To make up for old mistakes?
With Willow Spring, Jeannine D. Van Eperen has written a story that touches you right in the center of your heart. This definitely is a story to read during a hot summer day. Just read it and relax, you’ll love it.





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