Can we accept change? Is Grace willing to take a chance, to alter her carefully laid plans for something she could never have anticipated.  That’s the question that emerges from Grace and Sam’s story in East Tennessee. I liked this story and it made me really think. It was a sweet story of two people who meet unexpectedly again, and are faced with surprises and forced to decide what they really want. I also enjoy finding out about new places through this series. It has taken me all over the USA and opened my eyes.

I was given this ARC to review.

2 thoughts on “Review of ‘Loving Blue in Red States: East Tennessee’ by Anne Hagan

  1. Thank you so much for the review. This book isn’t lesfic, and it’s not been well received by my usual readers who only want to read lesfic. Sometimes, I like to do things a little differently. Grace and Sam were a fun story for me to write. I’d like to someday take them further into their story. We’ll see what the readers have to say.

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