Love on Mimosa Lane by Anna DeStefano
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was granted this book to read by Amazon Publishing via Net Galley.
I hadn't realised this was the third book in the series as I was some what confused at times.
This is definitely not a stand alone book, you need to read the previous ones.
There is a lot of emotional angst going on in this family due to all sorts of problems, one of them being drug abuse.
Its very well told however, there are at times some inconsistent regions going on which threw me out of the story with me wondering what was going on at times.
I would say, read the previous books in this series first, then it should all piece together.
Law Beaumont and Kristen Hemmings have watched each other from a distance for years. But Law, a bartender with a bad-boy past, and Kristen, an assistant principal devoted to helping her community, couldn't seem more different. When they unite to mentor a young foster child and to help Law's troubled daughter through the aftermath of her parents? ugly divorce, their attraction deepens. They face the undeniable connection between them, and a whirlwind of challenges they can only conquer together. A stirring love story and a candid look at the complexities of divorce, substance abuse, and our country's foster care system, Love on Mimosa Lane is a love song to an entire community, and a novel about the power of family?the family you?ve been given, the one you?ve chosen, and the one that can lift you up, even when the world is tearing you down
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