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“Unlovable” (Book one in the Port Fare Series) by Sherry Gammon

Set in Port Fare, New York, Sherry Gammon sets the stage for what will be a heart-breaking, tender, unnerving, often frustrating, yet equally loving contemporary romance novel.

I know that I date myself when I use references (in my posts) from my childhood but so many of those memories have shaped the person that I have turned into. If we are being honest, those of you who are at least old enough to remember the references I allude to, must admit..that they usually bring a smile to your face as well.  To those of you “young” people (I am so grateful that you are here)…take a minute to Google “my memories” you may get a giggle yourself....

Deniece Williams sang, “Let’s hear it for the boy!” in the 1984 movie Footloose...I found that song coming to the forefront of my mind during my reading of Sherry Gammon’s “Unlovable”....

Set in Port Fare, a fictional town in up-state New York, Sherry Gammon sets the stage for what will be a heart-breaking, tender, unnerving, often frustrating, yet equally loving contemporary romance novel(s).  As you know, I am a HUGE fan of the “strong” woman. I usually love how the heroines in the novels I read are rock steady.  They do as much “saving” as the heroes do. That being said, I truly enjoyed watching our heroine, Maggie, being “saved”  (I will use the term loosely…you know I won’t give away any treasures here!!).  While Maggie is a “strong” girl and a character that one can look up to… she needs help and support.  I loved watching her find her “rock(s)”.

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