Emily March ~~5 Star Reviews
Reunion Pass: An Eternity Springs novel
Chase Timberlake and Lori Reese were the high school sweethearts that all of the small town of Eternity Springs felt good about and eagerly anticipated their wedding after college. But Lori was the small town girl who wanted to become a veterinarian and settle down in Eternity Springs, and Chase was an adventure junkie. Chase bought Lori an engagement ring, but before he could ask her to marry him, both of their big breaks came through. Lori was accepted to veterinary school and Chase, who always took pictures of his adventures, was hired as a professional adventure photographer and they went their separate ways.
After lots of hard work and sacrifice, Lori Reese returned triumphantly to Eternity Springs with a DVD after her name. The entire town was proud of her and eagerly anticipated her opening her own clinic. In the meantime, Chase had travelled around the world taking action photos and had recently become engaged to a reality TV star and was given his own reality program with his fiancée as his producer. He still thought of Lori often (and she of him) but wanted to get married in Eternity Springs, not realizing that Lori had returned home. But tragedy happens and Chase comes home a damaged, traumatized man. Can Lori and the beautiful Rocky Mountains surrounding Eternity Springs help him heal even with him still being engaged to the beautiful, spoiled Lana? Can Lori shield her heart while trying to help Chase or is it too late?
Reunion Pass is a five star read from start to finish. Both Lori and Chase have good hearts and truly love each other but life and tragedy get in their way. Chase comes home a broken man but still engaged. Lori is now a vet but still unattached. Their love is a struggle, but the journey to their happily ever after ending is heartbreaking and funny at the same time. And the antics of Eternity Springs’ residents will make the reader want to visit again and again.