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REDEMPTION FALLS: A LITTLETON NOVEL BY KATE HEWITT
Release Date: April 15, 2016
Welcome to Littleton, Vermont... a college town with a whole lot of memories for two people who have finally found the courage to return...
It's been twelve years since Linnea Schmidt left Littleton, Vermont--and her daughter Ambler behind. Now she's back to make amends, and the last thing she needs is preppy, new college president Rob Sanders on her case, asking her up to the college on the hill.
Rob Sanders is trying to escape his own mistakes when he returns to Littleton, Vermont, and he isn't prepared for the unexpected attraction he feels for tough girl Linnea. But as an unlikely friendship develops between the college president and the woman hiding behind her don't-mess-with-me persona, will Rob and Linnea be able to help--and heal--each other?
REVIEW: REDEMPTION FALLS: A LITTLETON NOVEL BY KATE HEWITT
Redemption Falls: A Littleton Novel by Kate Hewitt
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I had to read this story. After reading the blurb I knew that for a fact. What would caused a mother to walk away from her child and the only life she has ever known? For me that was hard to understand. Linnea made this heartbreaking choice because deep down she didn't feel worthy. She was young and shame at herself, disappointment at letting her family down and maybe depression played a part in some way in her actions. When she returns twelve years later with a chip on her shoulder and seeking to get to know her daughter, she gets a first hand look at how her choices have impacted her life and the life of her child. Redemption Falls is about coming to terms with hard choices. Kate Hewitt has written a story that is emotional and hard to read at times but full of lessons that are as true in reality as they are in fiction.
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