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In Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas, New York Times bestselling author Emily March presents a brand new arc set in the Lone Star State that features a family-linked trilogy within the author's romantic series. With his smooth talk, rugged good looks, and deep pockets, native Texan Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak In Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas, New York Times bestselling author Emily March presents a brand new arc set in the Lone Star State that features a family-linked trilogy within the author's romantic series. With his smooth talk, rugged good looks, and deep pockets, native Texan Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak behind his decision to leave home, family, and career for the isolation of a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Luckily, time and life in Eternity Springs has worked its healing magic upon his wounded soul, so when he meets obviously troubled Hannah Dupree, Boone sees a chance to pay his good fortune forward. The last thing he anticipates is tumbling into love. Tragedy has taken everything Hannah loves, and her will to keep going is failing. So when Boone strides into her life determined to save her, it’s easier to go along with him than to resist. Soon she is drawn into the fabric of life in Eternity Springs, and as her spirit begins to heal, her strength returns, and she’s able to go toe-to-toe with this hardheaded, big-hearted Texan. But just when love blooms and happiness is within their grasp, shadows from the past threaten. Hannah and Boone must stand strong and united in order to defeat old ghosts—if they are to create a brand-new life together.


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In Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas, New York Times bestselling author Emily March presents a brand new arc set in the Lone Star State that features a family-linked trilogy within the author's romantic series. With his smooth talk, rugged good looks, and deep pockets, native Texan Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak In Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas, New York Times bestselling author Emily March presents a brand new arc set in the Lone Star State that features a family-linked trilogy within the author's romantic series. With his smooth talk, rugged good looks, and deep pockets, native Texan Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak behind his decision to leave home, family, and career for the isolation of a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Luckily, time and life in Eternity Springs has worked its healing magic upon his wounded soul, so when he meets obviously troubled Hannah Dupree, Boone sees a chance to pay his good fortune forward. The last thing he anticipates is tumbling into love. Tragedy has taken everything Hannah loves, and her will to keep going is failing. So when Boone strides into her life determined to save her, it’s easier to go along with him than to resist. Soon she is drawn into the fabric of life in Eternity Springs, and as her spirit begins to heal, her strength returns, and she’s able to go toe-to-toe with this hardheaded, big-hearted Texan. But just when love blooms and happiness is within their grasp, shadows from the past threaten. Hannah and Boone must stand strong and united in order to defeat old ghosts—if they are to create a brand-new life together.

30 review for Boone

  1. 4 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    Boone by Emily March 3rd book of the trilogy McBrides of Texas, a subset and 18th book in the Eternity Springs contemporary romance series. Can be read as a stand-alone sweet romance. Boone sees desperation in Hannah when he finds her at Lovers Leap overlook. He convinces her to stay in Eternity Springs where she can heal and find purpose again. It’s an emotional journey for them both because of their sad, individual histories. Family, both actual and created, plus support of community help both Boone by Emily March 3rd book of the trilogy McBrides of Texas, a subset and 18th book in the Eternity Springs contemporary romance series. Can be read as a stand-alone sweet romance. Boone sees desperation in Hannah when he finds her at Lovers Leap overlook. He convinces her to stay in Eternity Springs where she can heal and find purpose again. It’s an emotional journey for them both because of their sad, individual histories. Family, both actual and created, plus support of community help both Boone and Hannah in healing and believing in the future. It’s a beautiful story of romance and hope. I liked the hero a lot. His willingness to open himself up to Celeste and his brothers was just a part of what made him lovable. I received a copy of this from NetGalley. I also purchased a copy to share.

  2. 5 out of 5

    DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quotes: “I know you’re probably wondering why a single guy built a house this big. You have to understand that we’re wall-to-wall Texans from Memorial Day to Labor Day… I can’t tell you how many times friends or relatives call from the front porch of hell to tell me they’ve had a sudden hankering to see me.” “The front porch of hell?” “Texas in the summertime.” “What about you? Do you sing?” “Only if I’m trying to scare raccoons away.” “I mean it, Boone. No more going lawyer on me. You’re Favorite Quotes: “I know you’re probably wondering why a single guy built a house this big. You have to understand that we’re wall-to-wall Texans from Memorial Day to Labor Day… I can’t tell you how many times friends or relatives call from the front porch of hell to tell me they’ve had a sudden hankering to see me.” “The front porch of hell?” “Texas in the summertime.” “What about you? Do you sing?” “Only if I’m trying to scare raccoons away.” “I mean it, Boone. No more going lawyer on me. You’re too good at it.” “Thank you.” “That wasn’t a compliment.” “You are looking for a romance battle plan. You got a name for your operation?… It helps. Believe me… Give it a name.” “Did you have a name for your plan to win Gillian?” Jackson asked. “I did. I came up with it when I spied a critter as Gillian and I were hiking the canyon.” He paused dramatically. “Operation Horny Toad.” Unbelievable… Outmaneuvered by a Yankee. I’m going to have to turn in my cowboy card. My Review: I adored this sweet couple and their supportive and tender romance. Their storylines were refreshingly free of contrived conflict and overarching angst, which I find so tedious. Although both main characters had uniquely compelling and heartbreaking back-stories, their relationship with each other was thoughtful, caring, and eventfully sizzling. Ms. March’s engaging and smooth writing style was easy to follow with relevant and realistic modern-day issues, family drama, wry humor, amusing levity, and witty banter.

  3. 4 out of 5

    1-Click Addict Support Group

    Grief-stricken but hopeful… I know, that sounds a bit Pollyanna-ish but this gentle, hurt-filled romance did have wonderful shades of that. Despite what Boone had endured, he was so upbeat and cheerful – not what I would have expected at all. Hannah had suffered as well, the tragedy shaping her current life in a darker way. Meeting Boone at the lowest point was going to be her start back to life. And his… Eternity Springs was a place for healing and both found out that was true. With Celeste and t Grief-stricken but hopeful… I know, that sounds a bit Pollyanna-ish but this gentle, hurt-filled romance did have wonderful shades of that. Despite what Boone had endured, he was so upbeat and cheerful – not what I would have expected at all. Hannah had suffered as well, the tragedy shaping her current life in a darker way. Meeting Boone at the lowest point was going to be her start back to life. And his… Eternity Springs was a place for healing and both found out that was true. With Celeste and the other quirky town inhabitants, no one suffered pain or shared happiness alone. While Boone was more of an open book, Hannah was slow to share, hiding her pain until he slowly coaxed her out of her shell. Learning about each other was a push and pull that prodded both of them to shed their sorrow and anger and move forward, together… A gentler, slower pace is a hallmark of this author’s stories and Boone and Hannah’s was just so. It also had me smiling and crying. Often. In other words, a heart-touching, (hard-fought) happy ever after, read… ~Diane, 4.5 stars

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cyndi Becker

    It's always a pleasure to return to Eternity Springs and the writing of Emily March. Her stories always have the right balance of sweet, sexy, and always give readers characters they will certainly root for. In this installment, March brings together Boone McBride, Texan transplant to Colorado, and Hannah Dupree, who ends up in Eternity Springs while on a bit of a road trip. From the moment Boone spots Hannah on a high path in the mountains just outside of town, he sets his sights on being the d It's always a pleasure to return to Eternity Springs and the writing of Emily March. Her stories always have the right balance of sweet, sexy, and always give readers characters they will certainly root for. In this installment, March brings together Boone McBride, Texan transplant to Colorado, and Hannah Dupree, who ends up in Eternity Springs while on a bit of a road trip. From the moment Boone spots Hannah on a high path in the mountains just outside of town, he sets his sights on being the do-gooder that it's obvious to him she needs. But with this story, March creates a true reflection of Boone's needs with that of Hannah's. And with this, it's inevitable to the two will grow closer. Part of this relies on the power of persuasion that Boone naturally carries. But Hannah is going to have to want to truly live and love again. This is an inspiring story about hope and believing in second chances. 4 stars an recommendation. *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews

    This is the third book in the McBrides of Texas series and the eighteenth in the Eternity Springs series. While you don't have to read these books in order, it really does help since these are stories about one large and extended family, and having some background does help, but is not required. I have read several of the books in this series but have only read the first book in the McBrides series, somehow I missed Tucker's story (but will remedy that soon since there are hints on what happened This is the third book in the McBrides of Texas series and the eighteenth in the Eternity Springs series. While you don't have to read these books in order, it really does help since these are stories about one large and extended family, and having some background does help, but is not required. I have read several of the books in this series but have only read the first book in the McBrides series, somehow I missed Tucker's story (but will remedy that soon since there are hints on what happened to him in this book). I know the first book is set in Texas around a plot of land that three cousins inherited from a relative. However, this book is set in Colorado in Eternity Springs. That did cause a little confusion for me at first because I did expect the story to happen in this little part of Texas. But not to worry, there are many references and even a journey to the town at the end of the book. Boone is grieving the loss of his wife and has moved from Fort Worth back to Eternity Springs. Hannah is also mourning the loss of her family from a tragic accident. When her story unfolds it is heartbreaking to read. These two find each other (well Boone finds Hannah at Lover's Leap) and despite the baggage that weighs them both down, they find comfort with each other. There are several unexpected twists, some humorous situations, and definitely love. I have really enjoyed all of the books in this series that I have read. This book is no different and is perfect when you want something sweet and light to read. Granted there are some tough scenes about Boone and Hannah's past, but it defines who they are and how far they have come in their lives. I found myself chuckling in many spots at the various predicaments that Boone finds himself smack dab in the middle, but those situations help round out the book. Overall we give this 4 paws up and now I have to go back and find Tucker's story that I missed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Denise Wilbanks | This Is My Everybody

    BOOK PREVIEW: Boone by Emily March Let's take a peek… STORY... Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak behind his decision to leave home, family, and career for the isolation of a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Tragedy has taken everything Hannah Dupree loves, and her will to keep going is failing. So when Boone strides into her life determined to save her, it’s easier to go along with him than to resist. But just when love blooms and happiness i BOOK PREVIEW: Boone by Emily March Let's take a peek… STORY... Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak behind his decision to leave home, family, and career for the isolation of a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Tragedy has taken everything Hannah Dupree loves, and her will to keep going is failing. So when Boone strides into her life determined to save her, it’s easier to go along with him than to resist. But just when love blooms and happiness is within their grasp, shadows from the past threaten. WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT WITH THIS BOOK?.... This book is many “firsts” for me… My first time reading “cowboy romance novels”… My first read in the Eternity Springs Series… And my first from Emily March books as well. But, hoping I will receive a “warm Texan welcome” from page one to the end! All in and ready to read... ✨😎✨ Boone by Emily March BOOK SERIES: Eternity Springs Series: The McBrides of Texas Book 18: Eternity Springs Series Book 3: The McBrides Of Texas 2020 New Book Releases | December Contemporary Romance Series | Contemporary Romance Books | Romance Fiction | Cowboy Romance Novels -------------------- All my reviews can be seen at This Is My Everybody | Books & DIY Home Ideas | Denise Wilbanks at www.thisismyeverybody.com ... Including my video tutorials for DIY home ideas inspired by recommended books to support you in bringing your favorite books to life in your life and home. You can see all my December Book Previews & additional features for Boone by Emily March at https://www.thisismyeverybody.com/boo... ✨😎✨A big thank you to Emily March, St. Martin’s Press (St. Martin’s Paperbacks) and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed in my review are my own.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I was invited to view this ARC through NetGalley and voluntarily reviewed it “Boone”, by Emily March (St. Martin’s Press), features two people still coping with grief and loss, although in different stages, and how they get in a romance and find healing. It’s lovely to watch Boone and Hannah have their second chance at happiness. Boone and Hannah are likeable characters, which have both experienced extreme losses. Boone is ready to move on while Hannah is still in a state of deep emotional and men I was invited to view this ARC through NetGalley and voluntarily reviewed it “Boone”, by Emily March (St. Martin’s Press), features two people still coping with grief and loss, although in different stages, and how they get in a romance and find healing. It’s lovely to watch Boone and Hannah have their second chance at happiness. Boone and Hannah are likeable characters, which have both experienced extreme losses. Boone is ready to move on while Hannah is still in a state of deep emotional and mental pain. I liked Boone’s willingness to invest on helping Hannah and having a romantic relationship with her despite her initial reluctance. His kindness and thoughtfulness are attractive. Although the romance progressed quickly, it was overall believable and well written; I found the urge for sex to ease the sorrow (Hannah’s) very realistic and I liked how the author wrote that aspect. There’s a small town atmosphere that is both very hospitable and a bit magical, and a lot of side characters creating the perfect healing environment. I must admit I felt a bit troubled in the beginning with the very serious mental health issue addressed in the story; yet the lingering message is one of hope. I found, at times, that the characters were too eloquent, even cheerful (particularly Hannah, considering her baggage). It was as if the sadness and grief we were told about were sometimes contradicted by the somewhat light tone of the characters or narrator voices.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Debby

    Boone (Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas #3) by Emily March. This was my first Emily March book but it will not be my last. The characters are all lovable and the story will suck you in and grab hold of your heart til the end. Although this book works fine as a stand alone, I enjoyed it so much I want to read the first two books in the trilogy. Even though this is a story with much loss, it is much more a story full of love and hope. The only negative is I felt the story left us hanging wi Boone (Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas #3) by Emily March. This was my first Emily March book but it will not be my last. The characters are all lovable and the story will suck you in and grab hold of your heart til the end. Although this book works fine as a stand alone, I enjoyed it so much I want to read the first two books in the trilogy. Even though this is a story with much loss, it is much more a story full of love and hope. The only negative is I felt the story left us hanging with the grandparents law suit story line. It is mentioned once then never again. There is one line about a grandmothers’ presence but since Boone’s mother is also a grandmother there is no clear distinction. It would have been clearer to the reader if it had at least read “ Bri’s other grandmother” but I do think the reader deserved at least a page to clear up the whole situation or it should not have been thrown in at all. Thank you NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for allowing me to read this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    4* Heart-Warming Stars This was my first time reading a book by the author and I really enjoyed this heart-warming story. This is the 3rd book in the McBride Series and it works well as a standalone. I had no problem following the storyline. I am eager to read the first two books now to get to know these quirky and wonderful characters that feature in them. This is a small-town romance with characters that are very likeable and charming. Boone the sexy single lawyer and Hannah the new visitor t 4* Heart-Warming Stars This was my first time reading a book by the author and I really enjoyed this heart-warming story. This is the 3rd book in the McBride Series and it works well as a standalone. I had no problem following the storyline. I am eager to read the first two books now to get to know these quirky and wonderful characters that feature in them. This is a small-town romance with characters that are very likeable and charming. Boone the sexy single lawyer and Hannah the new visitor to Eternity Springs have both had to deal with tragedies in their lives. Together they navigate their way opening up about their pasts and learning to love and trust again. Even though some parts were sad to read, the storytelling was amazing and heartfelt. Many thanks to St Martin’s Press and NetGalley for my copy to read and review, all opinions are my own.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vikki Vaught

    Absolutely fabulous! Full review to follow

  11. 5 out of 5

    Erin Lewis

    4 Star Review of Boone: Eternity Springs: The McBrides Of Texas by Emily March   Emily March is a relatively new author to me. It can be read as a stand alone, but I do wonder if you would get a deeper appreciation if you were to read other books in the series first.   Boone McBride is a man who I fell hard and fast for ; a totally swoon worthy character that ticked the boxes for me. Having settled in Eternity Springs he was slowly but surely built a life for himself. When he meets Hannah Dupree he 4 Star Review of Boone: Eternity Springs: The McBrides Of Texas by Emily March   Emily March is a relatively new author to me. It can be read as a stand alone, but I do wonder if you would get a deeper appreciation if you were to read other books in the series first.   Boone McBride is a man who I fell hard and fast for ; a totally swoon worthy character that ticked the boxes for me. Having settled in Eternity Springs he was slowly but surely built a life for himself. When he meets Hannah Dupree he can see the pain and heartache in her eyes and is determined to help her, what he doesn’t count on is falling in love with her. With Boone refusing to take no for an answer, he slowly but surely brings Hannah back to life. However what happens when the past comes back to confront them? Willis bring them together or rip them apart? I love small town romances and this is a sweet, romantic, heartwarming, love story with characters that you cannot help but fall for and which I enjoyed. I received an copy of this book through the publisher via Netgalley

  12. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This was a terrific conclusion to the McBrides of Texas subset of the Eternity Springs series. It is a story of love, loss, and healing. Boone is one of the three McBride cousins who inherited the land called Enchanted Canyon back in Texas. Boone doesn't spend much time there, having moved to Eternity Springs, Colorado, after a devastating loss sent him looking for peace and escape. After five years, he's gained the reputation of a smooth-talking, charming ladies' man, but also a man with a big This was a terrific conclusion to the McBrides of Texas subset of the Eternity Springs series. It is a story of love, loss, and healing. Boone is one of the three McBride cousins who inherited the land called Enchanted Canyon back in Texas. Boone doesn't spend much time there, having moved to Eternity Springs, Colorado, after a devastating loss sent him looking for peace and escape. After five years, he's gained the reputation of a smooth-talking, charming ladies' man, but also a man with a big heart. He's ready to move past the pain of his past and is advised that the best way to do so is to "be a light" for someone else. Hannah has been on the run from her past for three years. After a tragedy took everything that mattered from her, she feels no hope of happiness in her future. She has reached the end of her rope and contemplates her options as she stares at Eternity Springs from the overlook at Lover's Leap. When Boone sees Hannah standing there, he's compelled to stop. As soon as he gets close to her, he recognizes the pain in her eyes. I loved how Boone stepped into her circle and began talking to her, distracting her from her thoughts. Some of his conversation was pretty ridiculous, but he was desperate to pull her back to the land of the living. I loved how he talked to her about Eternity Springs and encouraged her to explore the town. He even goes as far as to offer to rent her the guest cabin on his property. Boone is quite the steamroller, and he soon has her settled in and ready to explore. I enjoyed the development of the relationship between Hannah and Boone. The connection is there from the start, thanks to their similar pasts. Boone is further along the road to healing and quickly realizes that Hannah is someone very special. I loved seeing how his kindness and empathy helped Hannah begin to live again. There is a little bump in the road when someone from Boone's past throws a life-changing curveball into his world. It is something that Hannah feels that she isn't equipped to handle. I appreciated how Boone tries so hard not to push her too quickly out of her comfort zone. As a result, she adjusts faster than she expects. I especially enjoyed Boone's determination to romance Hannah. When Boone makes a decision, he goes all-in, and this was no exception. There were some sweet scenes of them together, from stargazing to glamping. Hannah helps Boone out of several crises that also serve to bring them closer together. I loved seeing the effects of Boone's attention as Hannah's formerly dark existence began to add color and light. Like Boone, when Hannah makes a decision, she commits fully. Their big moment at the end is fantastic, with a fun twist that I didn't see coming. I laughed out loud at Boone's reaction, especially his comment about his cousins. There's one last crisis they have to deal with, but by doing so together, they banish the last of their ghosts and move ahead in a life full of love. I've never read any of the Eternity Springs books but will have to do so. I'd like to know more about Celeste, who plays an integral part in all three McBride books. I liked what I read about the town and its people and look forward to getting to know more about them. I especially enjoyed the way the women of the town rallied to help Boone with an emergency. There wasn't much time spent in Enchanted Canyon, but that doesn't mean Tucker and Jackson were left out of the book. Both of them have their moments to shine. I loved how Boone called them for advice when he panicked a little about his feelings for Hannah. They provided an excellent combination of teasing, which he deserved, and truth, which he needed.

  13. 4 out of 5

    ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰

    ARC received via Netgalley for an honest review Boone is a tale full of loss, hope and finding love. But get your dentist on speed dial as it is so sweet you are going to get a cavity. I am late to the Eternity Springs series, only having read one other of the books set here, so at times catching up on all the relationships is a lot to take in, but I have liked those I have met. Even if they are all up in everyone else's business. My heart hurt for Boone and Hannah as their story progressed, however ARC received via Netgalley for an honest review Boone is a tale full of loss, hope and finding love. But get your dentist on speed dial as it is so sweet you are going to get a cavity. I am late to the Eternity Springs series, only having read one other of the books set here, so at times catching up on all the relationships is a lot to take in, but I have liked those I have met. Even if they are all up in everyone else's business. My heart hurt for Boone and Hannah as their story progressed, however it also makes you smile. There was one thing though that is brought that seems to have been ... should we say, forgotten? as we come to the close. I need to know what happened there, but it was just glossed over and I still shaking me head ab0ut that. Overall and enjoyable tale, and I need to get myself back and catch up on the earlier books. I will read more of the McBrides series in the future

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lark of The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    I enjoyed Jackson and had slightly mixed feelings about Tucker, but Boone, the third book in the MacBrides of Texas trilogy, gave me a much-needed break from political and pandemic-related anxieties. That’s due in part to its setting: most of the novel is set in Eternity Springs rather than Enchanted Canyon and Redemption, Texas. I am personally more drawn to Colorado’s mountains than I am to Texas, and I have a soft spot for the fictional Eternity Springs. But mostly, the pleasure I had in read I enjoyed Jackson and had slightly mixed feelings about Tucker, but Boone, the third book in the MacBrides of Texas trilogy, gave me a much-needed break from political and pandemic-related anxieties. That’s due in part to its setting: most of the novel is set in Eternity Springs rather than Enchanted Canyon and Redemption, Texas. I am personally more drawn to Colorado’s mountains than I am to Texas, and I have a soft spot for the fictional Eternity Springs. But mostly, the pleasure I had in reading it is due to the two main characters, Boone MacBride and Hannah Dupree, and their journeys toward healing, both individually and together. Boone is a standup guy: caring, insightful, intelligent, and kind, with a good sense of humor and movie-star good looks. But he’s also carrying a lot of pain from events in his past—pain he is almost ready to move past. Hannah has many of the same qualities, but she is still much more locked in her grief, to the point where it has almost overwhelmed her. Boone decides to “be a light” for Hannah the way his friends and family have been for him, and their relationship builds slowly from there. There’s not much conflict between Boone and Hannah, which I find refreshing. Not every relationship has to be filled with drama and angst! Both of them have more than enough drama and angst in their pasts, anyway; anything more would be overkill. March does a lovely job of conveying the process of moving through the later stages of grief into a place where her characters are finally ready to embrace light and life and love again. And watching Boone fall head over heels for a tiny baby was the icing on the cake. (No, I’m not going to tell you who, or how, or why. You’ll just have to read the book.) My only real complaint is the lack of diversity in the book. This won't come as a surprise to anyone who has read March's books before. As much as I have enjoyed the Eternity Springs books over the years, and as good as March is at telling a compelling romantic story, the entire series is dismayingly homogenous when it comes to its characters. Practically every character in Boone is white, heterosexual, and ablebodied. I don't think there was a single person of color or LGBTQIA character, even in a minor role. It's just not realistic, and I hope to see more diversity in March's books in the future. Other than that disappointment, however, the characters and storyline of Boone were a welcome antidote to my pre-election anxiety and pandemic blues. You don’t have to have read the Eternity Springs series to enjoy the MacBrides of Texas trilogy, but it doesn’t hurt, since recurring character Celeste plays a small but significant role in all three MacBrides books, and several other Eternity Springs regulars make at least cameo appearances here and there.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Watkins

    A tender romance, set in Eternity Springs, brings healing and redemption. Boone McBride is an overachiever and is known for getting his way. When a blast from the past upends his plans, Boone finally discovers that there are limitations to what he can do on his own. Unexpectedly meeting Hannah, Boone recognises anguish and brokenness when he sees them. In what seems like a desperate situation, he reaches out to Hannah and bit by bit her breaks through her barriers. When his plans go awry, Boone A tender romance, set in Eternity Springs, brings healing and redemption. Boone McBride is an overachiever and is known for getting his way. When a blast from the past upends his plans, Boone finally discovers that there are limitations to what he can do on his own. Unexpectedly meeting Hannah, Boone recognises anguish and brokenness when he sees them. In what seems like a desperate situation, he reaches out to Hannah and bit by bit her breaks through her barriers. When his plans go awry, Boone turns to Hannah to help him get through an emergency, and she proves to be more resourceful and helpful than he could have ever anticipated. This romance is emotional and painful in parts but ultimately the characters find that when they stand together, they are stronger and more able to face the future. Although I have purchased other books by this author, this is the first book in this series that I have read. I enjoyed it and loved Boone's character. I felt Hannah's heartache and pain and appreciated that he had the patience to wait for her to spill the truth about the tragedy in her life. The supporting characters in this book seemed a little too sweet at times, but they did fulfil their role in this romance. I received a copy of this novel through NetGalley and this is my honest and voluntary review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pj Ausdenmore

    Hannah and Boone are firmly implanted in my heart, not to be forgotten anytime soon. The trials life has placed in their paths have been devastating and even though they are at different points in their healing when they meet they both still have miles to go. March guides them with care and sensitivity, along with well-placed humor and burgeoning joy, from a barren landscape to one overflowing with new growth and possibilities. I loved them together. I cried with them, laughed with them, mourned Hannah and Boone are firmly implanted in my heart, not to be forgotten anytime soon. The trials life has placed in their paths have been devastating and even though they are at different points in their healing when they meet they both still have miles to go. March guides them with care and sensitivity, along with well-placed humor and burgeoning joy, from a barren landscape to one overflowing with new growth and possibilities. I loved them together. I cried with them, laughed with them, mourned and rejoiced with them. This is a story filled with deep, all-encompassing emotion. I felt the gravity of it, the grief and hopelessness at the beginning of the journey, yet wasn't smothered by it. There are pockets of hope and laughter strategically sprinkled throughout, reminding them - and me - that even in the midst of overwhelming grief, there is still the possibility of joy in the distance. Don't be frightened off by the fact that this is the 18th book in the Eternity Springs series. Boone's and Hannah's story can definitely be enjoyed on its own. Note: There are serious and possibly triggering topics in this book, including suicide, failed adoption, and death of children. None of these events occur on the page but both main characters are dealing with the grief and emotions caused by them. *ARC received via NetGalley for fair and unbiased review

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rolé

    Boone McBride is in Eternity Springs to lick his wounds and to earn his angel wings. He sees his opportunity when he meets Hannah on the railing at the edge of Lover’s Leap. Boone manages to charm Hannah off the ledge and convinces her to stay in Eternity Springs for a while. He even has a handy cottage available on his land. Hannah was a very sweet, kind woman, with a ton of heartache. Boone knew that heartache all too well. They were attracted to each other on more than just a physical level. Boone McBride is in Eternity Springs to lick his wounds and to earn his angel wings. He sees his opportunity when he meets Hannah on the railing at the edge of Lover’s Leap. Boone manages to charm Hannah off the ledge and convinces her to stay in Eternity Springs for a while. He even has a handy cottage available on his land. Hannah was a very sweet, kind woman, with a ton of heartache. Boone knew that heartache all too well. They were attracted to each other on more than just a physical level. Something drew them together and they found some peace in their friendship. Boone was making a lot of headway towards earning his angel wings, and Hannah had to decide if he was worth breaking out of her comfort zone for. This book covered some difficult topics, and it was quite an emotional read for me. Boone and Hannah were both very well-developed characters and showed admirable growth. I was very invested in both of their struggles. Thank you to the author and Netgalley for providing me with a copy of the book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Reading In Pajamas

    Review: BOONE: Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas by Emily March https://wp.me/p3d0RZ-bFF Publication Date: December 29, 2020 Genre: Paranormal Romance Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated 4.5 Stars This is a heartwarming addition to the McBrides Series. Boone is such a likeable character. He is fun and sexy, yet with a depth of character that can only come from ghosts in his past. It took a bit for me to truly warm up to Hannah. She was so wrapped up in depression from her tragic past, Review: BOONE: Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas by Emily March https://wp.me/p3d0RZ-bFF Publication Date: December 29, 2020 Genre: Paranormal Romance Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated 4.5 Stars This is a heartwarming addition to the McBrides Series. Boone is such a likeable character. He is fun and sexy, yet with a depth of character that can only come from ghosts in his past. It took a bit for me to truly warm up to Hannah. She was so wrapped up in depression from her tragic past, that it was hard for me to feel a way out. That didn’t last long though. The author’s writing style pulled me right along with the couple, watching them learn to live and love again, and most of all…to forgive themselves. Lovely. My only complaint is that Hannah went from isolation & depression to “I can deal with it now” rather quickly. And the other issue presented toward the end of the book was just skimmed over. This can be read as a standalone novel, but the other books would give you a feel for Eternity Springs and the lovely townspeople and their almost magical air. I love the camaraderie and closeness of the community and feel that is the charm of this series. *Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. ~*~*~*~ Kindle https://amzn.to/2L3KcxC

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    4.25 Stars With his smooth talk, rugged good looks, and deep pockets, native Texan Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak behind his decision to leave home, family, and career for the isolation of a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Luckily, time and life in Eternity Springs has worked its healing magic upon his wounded soul, so when he meets obviously troubled Hannah Dupree, Boone sees a chance to pay his good fortune forward. Tragedy has taken e 4.25 Stars With his smooth talk, rugged good looks, and deep pockets, native Texan Boone McBride appears to be a man who has it all. Few people know about the heartbreak behind his decision to leave home, family, and career for the isolation of a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Luckily, time and life in Eternity Springs has worked its healing magic upon his wounded soul, so when he meets obviously troubled Hannah Dupree, Boone sees a chance to pay his good fortune forward. Tragedy has taken everything Hannah loves, and her will to keep going is failing. So when Boone strides into her life determined to save her, it’s easier to go along with him than to resist. This is the third book in the series but is easily read on its own. A lovely second chance romance set in a beautiful location. I think this is my favourite of the series so far. I loved both Boone & Hannah & loved how they both overcame tragedies & heartbreak, the road to their HEA took me on a range of emotions from laughing to crying & I was engrossed from cover to cover My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kari Hansen

    Boone is a lawyer who needed to make some lifestyle changes to reclaim the man he used to be. He is a great friend, has a way with the ladies and appears to be living a charmed life but that is only what he wants others to see. He is trying to leave his painful past where it belongs when destiny brings Hannah into his life and he knows that she is a kindred soul. Hannah is still struggling with a devastating loss that still haunts her on a daily basis. She feels alone and isolated until Boone com Boone is a lawyer who needed to make some lifestyle changes to reclaim the man he used to be. He is a great friend, has a way with the ladies and appears to be living a charmed life but that is only what he wants others to see. He is trying to leave his painful past where it belongs when destiny brings Hannah into his life and he knows that she is a kindred soul. Hannah is still struggling with a devastating loss that still haunts her on a daily basis. She feels alone and isolated until Boone comes into her life and offers her compassion and understanding as he gives her hope for the future and helps her heal from her past. Boone and Hannah’s journey is both heartbreaking and inspiring. They have both endured so much which has shaped their lives but with love and friends they prove that anything can be overcome.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pelusa Rivera

    This is the the third book in the series however you can read this without reading the first two you will not feel lost. This was a sad book built on tragedy in a small two setting and two people who really needed a chance two start start over and luckily were able to do that with each other, not that it would be easy to jump and do it but it would be doable and Boone was able to convince Hannah that he was the one that would be the one for Hannah and she was able to learn give love a chance aga This is the the third book in the series however you can read this without reading the first two you will not feel lost. This was a sad book built on tragedy in a small two setting and two people who really needed a chance two start start over and luckily were able to do that with each other, not that it would be easy to jump and do it but it would be doable and Boone was able to convince Hannah that he was the one that would be the one for Hannah and she was able to learn give love a chance again. so a nice second chance story rcvd an ARC at no cost to author...(netgalley) voluntarily reviewed with my own thoughts and opinions.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Vania Nunes

    Everything seems to believe that the couple was destined to meet each other. Both had deep pains and needed to make major changes - physical and emotional - to continue living. Boone was the man who had the perfect life, but few people knew what he had to deal with to grow as a person. Hannah suffered in life one of the biggest losses for a mother, and she blamed herself daily for it. At the meeting, a chance for surrender and healing, and, above all, love. 3 stars

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jennie Fortna

    ARC for honest review with no compensation received from NetGalley Boone is the 3rd book in the McBrides of Texas and book 18 in the Eternity Springs series by Emily March. Eternity Springs it seems, is where broken people and broken hearts go to heal. Boone McBride has had time to heal from his past and is ready to move forward when he meets Hannah Dupree and now he needs to become the light for her to move forward after her tragedies. Such an emotional read, tears,tragedies, finding your inner ARC for honest review with no compensation received from NetGalley Boone is the 3rd book in the McBrides of Texas and book 18 in the Eternity Springs series by Emily March. Eternity Springs it seems, is where broken people and broken hearts go to heal. Boone McBride has had time to heal from his past and is ready to move forward when he meets Hannah Dupree and now he needs to become the light for her to move forward after her tragedies. Such an emotional read, tears,tragedies, finding your inner strength that leads to love and a happily ever after!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Annette

    This was a kind of a quick book. It was a nice story set in a wonderful sounding location. It had just the right amount of romance. I enjoyed the story and definitely recommend this series. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the early copy

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dsbook

    I really loved this series and hope it continues. I need to know more about the wedding dress in the cave. Highly recommended

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Short

    ♥️Eternity Springs is a magical place♥️ This was a very emotional story. Overcoming tragedies and finding forgiveness. The blossoming romance between Hannah and Boone was endearing and heartfelt. The faith aspect was beautiful. I have not read the previous two books in the trilogy but would like to get them one day soon. I feel you can read them as a stand alone. Emily March always delivers a story full of loss, love, friendship and hope. Many thanks to NetGalley, the publisher and author for the op ♥️Eternity Springs is a magical place♥️ This was a very emotional story. Overcoming tragedies and finding forgiveness. The blossoming romance between Hannah and Boone was endearing and heartfelt. The faith aspect was beautiful. I have not read the previous two books in the trilogy but would like to get them one day soon. I feel you can read them as a stand alone. Emily March always delivers a story full of loss, love, friendship and hope. Many thanks to NetGalley, the publisher and author for the opportunity to read this book for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Review to follow

  28. 5 out of 5

    Diane Saul

    You can count on Emily March to give you an enjoyable book. This book was sad at times but in the end, as usual, we get our happily ever after. Loved the story and the characters. Thank you to net galley for an advanced readers copy.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Linda Joplin

    oh my, this may be my favorite book in the series. Hannah meets Boone when he thinks she may be considering suicide, and what transpires from there is a glorious book. Emily March sure tugs at our heartstrings. I won't post any spoilers, but suffice it to say it brought me to tears more than once. Thanks to #Netgalley and the publisher for providing an ARC for review. oh my, this may be my favorite book in the series. Hannah meets Boone when he thinks she may be considering suicide, and what transpires from there is a glorious book. Emily March sure tugs at our heartstrings. I won't post any spoilers, but suffice it to say it brought me to tears more than once. Thanks to #Netgalley and the publisher for providing an ARC for review.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bobbie

    I have to start out this review saying that Emily March and her series are some of my absolute favorites. I have been reading her books for a long time and her writing just keeps getting better and better. Incorporating her Eternity Springs series with her McBride series, Boone is the last of the McBride men to be single. He was married before, his wife committed suicide, and although a high powered lawyer in Texas, he moved to Eternity Springs to figure out what he wanted in life. Hannah has ex I have to start out this review saying that Emily March and her series are some of my absolute favorites. I have been reading her books for a long time and her writing just keeps getting better and better. Incorporating her Eternity Springs series with her McBride series, Boone is the last of the McBride men to be single. He was married before, his wife committed suicide, and although a high powered lawyer in Texas, he moved to Eternity Springs to figure out what he wanted in life. Hannah has experienced some of the worst things that a woman of two young daughters can experience and she is not sure life is worth living. She ends up in Eternity Springs, only passing through. Wounded souls, both of them, they need the power of Eternity Springs and Celeste, to heal and find their HEA. Although this is the third book of this particular series, and is a standalone, the other Eternity Springs stories are every bit as good as this one.

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