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Today, Tomorrow, Always

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This is a  heartbreaking story about two very lonely souls. So prepare the tissues because I needed them. Like always Peggy Jeager writes great stories with great likable characters and is all wrapped in an enjoyable book.
I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for NetGalley
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A sweet winter romance. Really enjoyed this one. 

Many thanks to the author, the publisher, and NetGalley for my ARC. All opinions are my own.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this story.  The main characters, Catherine and Mac were likable.  Catherine, a lawyer, was widowed at a young age.  Living in a small town she is restricted by her need to retain a sterling reputation, but feels the need for some adult fun.  Enter Mac, having a tragic history, he is not looking for a happily-ever-after.  Sparks fly when they meet and decide to embark on a no strings, firm end date affair.  We all know what happens, lines get crossed and feelings get involved.
I recommend this book.
Thank you Peggy Jaeger, The Wild Rose Press and NetGalley for allowing me an advance copy for my honest feedback.
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Another great romantic comedy by Peggy Jaeger. I connected with the characters right away. The dialogue made me laugh throughout the story. Gran is my favorite character. 

My Rating: 5 stars
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I have thoroughly enjoyed what I have read so far in Today, Tomorrow, Always.  I love the small town atmosphere, the family surrounding Cathy, and the love and patience she has for her family, her sweet dog and her community.  The buildup of Mac’s background and loss of his family add to an intriguing mystery.  Why did you throw in a gay marriage?  My decision is to not finish this book and not request any more of Peggy Jaegar’s books.  I read Christmas and Cannolis last year and thoroughly enjoyed it.  Thus, I requested this book.  Please leave LBGTQ topics no matter how small under LBGTQ headings.  It may be only a minor one-page item, but I am not interested in finding out.

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I thoroughly enjoyed reading this sweet, heartwarming story about two lost souls who find each other. Mac and Cathy experienced heartbreak when they unexpectedly lost their spouses. They are just existing and have very little joy in their lives. When Mac and Cathy unexpectedly find each other, they are surprised by the spark between them, because neither one of them have dated and never expected to find love and happiness.  They are both unassuming, down to earth and honest and they fill each other needs.  They have baggage from the past and are having a difficult time moving forward. 

Cathy is an attorney who has lived her entire life in her small town of Heaven.  Mac, a  writer is in town to write a book about the town's founder. In some areas of their lives Mac and Cathy are confident, but when it comes to intimate relationships, they are lost. They have both given up on love or finding someone.  Mac is charmingly unaware of his attractiveness and Cathy has dedicated her life to helping others. They both deserve to find happiness. 

Peggy Jaeger writes a beautifully descriptive, well written story with unforgettable and realistic characters. This is the second book in the series A Match Made in Heaven and I can’t wait to read more.
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Today, Tomorrow, Always is the second book in the A Match Made in Heaven series by Peggy Jaeger. This author delivers a well written, interesting book filled with characters who love with all their hearts after finding the one they truly love. It might take a little match making help but they both find there happy ever after the second time around.
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An entertaining and well written romance. Good plot with well developed characters.  Readers of romance will enjoy this book.  I received an arc from the publisher and this is my unbiased review.
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Today, Tomorrow, Always is the second book in A Match Made in Heaven Book series by Peggy Jaeger. A lovely romantic read that will sweep you off your feet.  Today, Tomorrow, Always is a magical story that is sure to warm your heart. The characters are well-written and with intriguing backstories. While this is part of a series, it can easily be read as a standalone novel.
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Things I liked about this book: the fact that the couple is older, their chemistry, the writing. Gripes- we don’t exactly know how old the hero is and I couldn’t get a good handle on what he actually looked like. Other than that it was an enjoyable read. Thank you to netgalley for the arc!
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Today, Tomorrow, Always, is an emotional romance with two extremely wondrous main characters. This story takes place in Heaven, New Hampshire, where the winter is frightfully cold and the O'Dowd women are remarkably valiant. This is the second book in the A Match Made in Heaven series, and it can be enjoyed as a standalone. However, book one, Dearly Beloved, is really good as well.

Cathleen O'Dowd truly loves being a lawyer in the small town she grew up in. She is surrounded by her thoughtful sisters and her spry, 93-year-old grandmother. Cathy's love life is non-existent, thanks to a tragic romantic past and a very busy schedule. When author Mac Frayne comes into her life, she is able to find love once again.

Mac has come to Heaven to write a biography about its founder, Josiah Heaven. Cathy is overjoyed to meet him, since he authored one of her favorite books. Mac's research requires access to the historical society's archives, and it so happens that Cathy is temporarily in charge of the precious documents. Due to a horrific tragedy, Mac has been alone for a while. So spending time with Cathy brings about a new friendship, which evolves into a raging passion. 

I truly liked this meaningful romance. Cathy and Mac are a hot couple, and their sexy times are steamy. The author, Peggy Jaeger, has created a unique balance of plot, passion, and personality. Overall, this is a romantic read with exciting and interesting characters. Although the ending was terrific, the omitted epilogue was a disappointment.

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
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This book was very entertaining and the couple's romance was very heartening to read, It's about a couple that are not looking for anything serious but have amazing chemistry and are very attracted to each other, both are in the same age and on the older side. 

I got this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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