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IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO HAVE A CHANGE OF HEART.
Six years ago, Chase Timberlake bought an engagement ring for his high school sweetheart Lori Reese. Then...life happened. Chase’s adventure photography career took off, Lori’s dream of getting into veterinary school came true, and their happily ever after never came to pass.
When Chase’s jet-setting life takes a tragic turn, he returns to Eternity Springs a damaged man. Who better to help mend his spirit than the woman who has dedicated her life to healing broken wings? Long summer days spent together rekindles the love that never died and Chase dares to dream of a future he’d thought lost.But Lori can’t help but wonder whether this high-flying man really wants a small-town girl with roots sunk deep into the Colorado Rockies. Can she and Chase turn back the hands of time and pick up where they left off—and give forever a chance?
Reunion Pass is the eleventh installment in Emily March's acclaimed Eternity Springs series.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
It’s hard to resist a romance that perfectly captures the enduring pull of first love and the seductive idea of second chances. Lori and Chase started dating in high school, discovering that magical mix of friendship, lust, trust, and laughter. But in their 20s, the couple drift apart, reconnecting when Chase returns to their Colorado hometown with his celebrity fiancée in tow. If Reunion Pass is your first foray into the Eternity Springs series, you’re in luck. It’s a perfectly plotted small-town romance rich with family drama, mature emotion, and cozy optimism.
In this emotionally gratifying but slightly rushed 11th volume of the contemporary Eternity Springs series (after Heartsong Cottage), two long-separated lovers find their way back to each other. Veterinarian Lori Reese hasn't quite convinced herself that she's over her first love, daredevil photographer Chase Cameron, even though it's been years since their relationship slowly dissolved. Her hidden feelings turn to grief when she learns that Chase has gone missing in a dangerous part of the world. Lori and Chase's under-the-radar emotions for each other are tangible, as is Lori's fear and dread when Chase vanishes. When Chase's homecoming is marred by his obvious despair and self-imposed solitude, Lori knows that she must rise above her discomfort and help her friend. As always, the community of Eternity Springs, Colo., is a fortress of support, a motif that conjures up a wonderful sense of positivity and hope, though there are moments when the townspeople's inspirational kindness feels like a well-rehearsed speech. The characters' progress in resolving their individual issues feels hurried and artificial at times. Still, March successfully spins an inspiring love story with plenty of faith and optimism.