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Julie T. reviewed A Time to Forgive (Harlequin Superromance, No 1360) (Larger Print) on
When Connor Smith has to unexpectedly care for his nine-year-old niece, he isn't prepared. In fact, he's overwhelmed. Blending their lives poses one problem after another until Jaye's violin teacher throws them a lifeline.
Abby Reed not only knows how to get through to his niece, she also makes an impression on him. Soon thier time together means everything to Connorâand the tragedy his family faces a decade go begins to have less power over him. Then he discovers Abby's family's connection to his own...
Can their love survive Connor's bitterness and Abby's insitence that her brother isn't the awful person he's been branded?
When Abby Reed falls for the uncle of one of her music students, she's sure she's found the love of her life in Connor Smith. And he seems to return her feelings. But what neither realizes until it's too late is that Abby is the half-sister of the boy who killed Connor's brother 10 years earlier. A Time to Forgive (3), by Darlene Gardner, is a nice read about the power of love and forgiveness. The characters are well drawn, but the story moves a bit too quickly.
Alexandra Kay (romantictimes.com)