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May 19, 2014

Dancing With Fireflies {Denise Hunter}

Dancing With Fireflies | #bookreview #netgalley #thomasnelson
I received a copy of this ebook from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Jade McKinley has left the small town of Chapel Springs to make a new life in Chicago. However, things in Chicago don't go exactly as planned and one horrible date turns her life upside down. Pregnant and hurt, Jade returns to Chapel Springs to be near her family. Only she doesn't make her family her first stop in town.

Jade arrives on the doorstep of Daniel Dawson, her love-you-like-a-brother friend that has been a part of her family for many years. Daniel is the mayor of Chapel Springs and comes from a family of successful politicians.

We quickly learn of the hurt and heart break that has caused havoc in the lives of both Jade and Daniel. We also learn that Daniel has loved Jade for many, many years.

As this story unfolds I found myself cheering for Daniel to just tell Jade how he feels. Wanting him to confess his love and let them get their happily-ever-after. But things never go that easily!

Jade and Daniel end up spending so much time together and Jade comes up with a plan that she thinks is going to solve all of their problems. If only love didn't get in the way. I really enjoyed how the author kept this story going with ups and downs and twists all along the way.

As the story nears the end the suspense builds and I couldn't put this book down. I had to know how it ended. And it ended with the most perfect ending I could dream up.

I absolutely loved this story so much. It is part of a series and now I want to go back and read the previous books to learn even more of the history of this perfect relationship.

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