Review: Finding Hunter by @MarciaMeara #TuesdayBookShare

Since I didn’t have anyone scheduled for the afternoon #ShareAReviewDay slot, I decided to reblog this wonderful review of Finding Hunter from Joan Hall. Hope you’ll check it out and pass it along. Hunter Painter could use the love! 😀 Thanks so much, and thank you to Joan for such a super review! 🙂 ❤

Joan Hall

Hey everyone. It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for another book share. I read Finding Hunter last fall. Due to my blogging break during NaNoWriMo, I didn’t post the review here. Better late than never.

My Review:

After reading and thoroughly enjoying the first book of Marcia Meara’s Riverbend series, I eagerly awaited this one.

Hunter Painter is the youngest of three brothers, much different than his siblings. Where they are bold, brash jocks, Hunter is quiet, reflective, and somewhat shy. He’s been in love with Willow Greene since high school, but always thought he wasn’t good enough for her.

When a friend encourages him to call her, Hunter discovers the feeling is mutual. All too soon, their happiness is put to the test with a tragedy strikes Hunter’s family. He blames himself and leaves Riverbend. Some, including his brother Forrest, believe he may have committed suicide. But Willow refuses…

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8 thoughts on “Review: Finding Hunter by @MarciaMeara #TuesdayBookShare

    • Thanks, Diana! I’m always thrilled with new reviews, especially when it’s for one of the Painter Brothers. Hunter, in particular, speaks to my heart. Damaged souls always do. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by today! 🙂 ❤

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    • Thanks, Mae. As you might imagine, it makes me feel really good to see Hunter getting some love. Poor guy. Life is hard for him at times, as it often is for those who just don’t seem to fit in this world of ours. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by today! 🙂 ❤

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