As I get to know the residents of Pine Valley, I’m really enjoying Heather B. Moore’s series. With Say You Love Me, readers get to learn more about Dawson, the lawyer who has appeared in the first two books. And let me just say, Dawson’s a true hero!
In My Opinion…
Readers of the first couple books in the Pine Valley series have met Dawson Harris, the amiable lawyer and friend of the main male characters of each of those.
In Say You Love Me, we get a more complete picture of who Dawson is as he shares about his past experiences with Clara Benson—a woman he’s talked to on the phone but just meets at the beginning of this story.
This was a fun read because from the start, Clara and Dawson agree to tell each other the truth. There’s no miscommunication (or lack thereof) between these two. Yet, there is plenty of tension and spark between them. And some large hurdles to get over.
I enjoyed hanging out with Clara and Dawson as they fought their attraction while spending time together. Dawson is respectful of Clara’s wishes while remaining someone she can depend on when she needs a friend.
A quick and sweet read for the romantic in you.
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About the Book
USA Today bestselling author Heather B. Moore welcomes you to Pine Valley!
SAY YOU LOVE ME is Clara & Dawson’s Story:
Clara Benson is not looking for a relationship, especially not after her losing her teaching position, followed by a disastrous breakup with her fiancé, and the sudden death of the grandma who raised her. In fact, Clara picks up and moves to escape her mess of memories. She hopes that Pine Valley will be the perfect place to heal from heartache.
When she meets her boss’s lawyer, Dawson Harris, Clara can’t deny her attraction. Yet she’s determined to choose herself, and her healing, over a guy who might be charming, attractive, and oh, so appealing. Easy, right? But when Dawson becomes the one person who can straighten out her mess, she realizes that finding herself doesn’t have to be mean losing Dawson.
Books in the Pine Valley series:
Worth the Risk
Where I Belong
Say You Love Me
Waiting for You