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A Touch of Love review ´ 103 ✓ [EPUB] ✰ A Touch of Love By Cami Checketts – Helpyouantib.co.uk Annie Stirland has endured a lifetime of teasing embarrassment and isolation due to her speech impediment When irresistible cowboy Luke Wilson seems to be falling for her she’s certain he’s too go Annie Stirland has endured a lifetime of Annie Stirland has endured a lifetime of teasing embarrassment and isolation due to her speech impediment When irresistible cowboy L. Luke Wilson walks into a shop to buy his sister a massage When he sees Annie the owner he just wants to get to know her There are so many fun cute moments in this novella including when Luke gets treatments so he can see Annie again Annie is darling It was great to see Ty and Kazlyn again briefly too I have really loved all of the Snow Valley romances I enjoy running into characters from other books and yet they also each stand alone well

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?s right What man can resist sheltering someone they once loved Annie knows she should walk away but Luke isn’t ready to give her. EbookHe’s a cowboy looking for a gift for his sister The massage shop seems a good place The owner captures his immediate attention she pretty but really uiet He comes back again as he’s intrigued and learns she stutters and doesn’t speak much He doesn’t care he wants to get to know her

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A Touch of LoveUke Wilson seems to be falling for her she’s certain he’s too good to be true A tragedy involving his ex girlfriend proves she?. A touch of LoveAnnie an amazing massage therapist was a shy woman who had trouble talking without stuttering Luke was a rancher and an engineer who walked into Annie's shop to get a gift for his sisters birthday Annie acted as though she could not speak and so Luck thought she could not talk and felt sorry for her This book is written with lovethoughtfulness as well as showing people how to be brave in a world were too many people feel they should be able to judge others This is my review and mine alone Norma Gorrill