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Hump But when Adam Hunter moves in next door things only get complicated not less The artist in Sylvie is immediately intrigued by her new neighbor the haunting lines of his face the natural athleticism of his body Ma. Kate Kelly does it again When Adam Came to Town is inventive endearing and so engaging you ll want to start at the beginning and read it all over again The setting is drool worthy the plot chock full of whoa I didn t see that coming and the characterization is fabulous Sylvie and Adam are each complicated and broken and talented and so much than anyone realizes including themselves They re genuine and that renders their emotional trials that much heartrending Adam especially I adore he s a damaged hero yes but damaged in fresh ways and the mistakes he s made are not small ones I love how protective he is of Sylvie yet still he can t help wondering whether he s good enough for her Sylvie has her own character issues she s a people pleaser and can sometimes be a little too oblivious In conjunction with the well rounded and loving yet edgy secondary characters and their own thorny issues Kate Kelly has created another mesmerizing romance I seriously cannot wait to read the story of Sylvie s brother Dusty To Be a Dad which comes out in September

summary When Adam Came to Town

When Adam Came to Town

Ybe Adam is the muse she's been looking forbut his shadowed eyes suggest he's just one person keeping secrets from her Though Sylvie can't deny that Adam inspires passion in her the last thing she needs is a romancerigh. A lovely sweet romance to read this is a recommended book although it is a little slow for some I still loved it

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Temptation moves in next door Sylvie Carson has no idea what she's going to do with the rest of her life Artistically blocked she hopes a prolonged stay in the seaside village she grew up in will help her get over this. When Adam Came to Town by Kate Kelly is a September 2013 Harleuin publication I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest reviewSylvie has returned home from Toronto after her father has a heart attack She s a famous artist who is creatively blocked and suffering from panic attacks Adam has just moved to the small town after inheriting his grandmother s home He plans to renovate the house and is working at the cafe owned by Sylvie s family When Sylvie finds out her father intends to sell the cafe due to financial strain she becomes very upset and tells her father she wants to move back home and run the cafe He doesn t support this idea For one thing he thinks Sylvie needs to move back to Toronto and use her talent as an artist and for another thing Sylvie doesn t know how to cook So Sylvie talks Adam into helping her learn how to cook a task he reluctantly agrees to Sylvie also plans on raising money to keep from having to sell the cafe and begins organizing a fund raiser Sylvie has many issues to work through one of them being the need to uncover the story behind her mother s death in a car accident There was to the story and everyone has kept their mouths shut about it for Sylvie s sake But the time has come for her hear the truth no matter how much she may dread itFor Adam he is also trying to sort things out in his life His dangerous and hardened father died and his mother is a junkie Adam himself has had a hard time of it and thinks it s best Sylvie never knows about that part of his life But as the two begin to spend time together they begin to slowly fall in love and that means a day of reckoning will come I thought this was a charming small town love story Sylvie has not found happiness in the city nor has fame and recognition brought contentment Sylvie has a nice looking boyfriend that is very sweet and treats her well but he bores her to tears Obviously there is something going on with Sylvie that is psychological and the trigger was her father s heart attack Sylvie s family is close but complicated Her good friend Teressa is a red headed fire ball that calls it like she sees it and has her own troubles in life Then there is Adam He is a bit of an enigma We know he s not rolling in money and so we have to wonder why he s chosen to move into his Grandmother s home when there isn t alot in this small town to challenge him once the house is renovated I have to confess I never guessed Adam s darkest secrets When you do find out about his past you will feel terrible for him and also feel proud of him for getting a handle on his life and making something of himself Sylvie will try your patience at times She is independent stubborn and a little high strung She misses her creative side but thinks she can live without painting and make a life for herself at the cafe and feel contented But is she only lying to herself What will happen if her creative block goes away Will she be happy with Adam and living in a small town running a cafe Some of the secondary characters have their own story and the only flaw with the book was that some of those issues were left unresolved It is possible that these characters will get their own story in the future Otherwise this was a very enjoyable contemporary romance I give this one a B उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] rest of her life Artistically blocked she hopes a prolonged stay in the seaside village she grew up in will help her get over this. When Adam Came to Town by Kate Kelly is a September 2013 Harleuin publication I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest Cock Tales reviewSylvie has Son of the Hero returned home from Toronto after her father has a heart attack She s a famous artist who is creatively blocked and suffering from panic attacks Adam has just moved to the small town after inheriting his grandmother s home He plans to The Alien Jigsaw renovate the house and is working at the cafe owned by Sylvie s family When Sylvie finds out her father intends to sell the cafe due to financial strain she becomes very upset and tells her father she wants to move back home and Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning run the cafe He doesn t support this idea For one thing he thinks Sylvie needs to move back to Toronto and use her talent as an artist and for another thing Sylvie doesn t know how to cook So Sylvie talks Adam into helping her learn how to cook a task he The Illusion of Gods Presence reluctantly agrees to Sylvie also plans on Folk Tales From The Soviet Union raising money to keep from having to sell the cafe and begins organizing a fund Not The Hot Chick raiser Sylvie has many issues to work through one of them being the need to uncover the story behind her mother s death in a car accident There was to the story and everyone has kept their mouths shut about it for Sylvie s sake But the time has come for her hear the truth no matter how much she may dread itFor Adam he is also trying to sort things out in his life His dangerous and hardened father died and his mother is a junkie Adam himself has had a hard time of it and thinks it s best Sylvie never knows about that part of his life But as the two begin to spend time together they begin to slowly fall in love and that means a day of Pegged and Plugged at the Club reckoning will come I thought this was a charming small town love story Sylvie has not found happiness in the city nor has fame and Tunnel Through Time recognition brought contentment Sylvie has a nice looking boyfriend that is very sweet and treats her well but he bores her to tears Obviously there is something going on with Sylvie that is psychological and the trigger was her father s heart attack Sylvie s family is close but complicated Her good friend Teressa is a Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 red headed fire ball that calls it like she sees it and has her own troubles in life Then there is Adam He is a bit of an enigma We know he s not Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 rolling in money and so we have to wonder why he s chosen to move into his Grandmother s home when there isn t alot in this small town to challenge him once the house is Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 renovated I have to confess I never guessed Adam s darkest secrets When you do find out about his past you will feel terrible for him and also feel proud of him for getting a handle on his life and making something of himself Sylvie will try your patience at times She is independent stubborn and a little high strung She misses her creative side but thinks she can live without painting and make a life for herself at the cafe and feel contented But is she only lying to herself What will happen if her creative block goes away Will she be happy with Adam and living in a small town The Fatima Century running a cafe Some of the secondary characters have their own story and the only flaw with the book was that some of those issues were left unresolved It is possible that these characters will get their own story in the future Otherwise this was a very enjoyable contemporary Leah Starrs Revenge romance I give this one a B


7 thoughts on “When Adam Came to Town

  1. says:

    When Adam Came to Town by Kate Kelly is a September 2013 Harleuin publication I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exc

  2. says:

    A great story of small town folk and their

  3. says:

    Kate Kelly does it again When Adam Came to Town is inventive endearing and so engaging you’ll want to start at the beginning and read it all over again The setting is drool worthy the plot chock full of “whoa I didn’t see that coming” and the characterization is fabulous Sylvie and Adam are each complicated and broken and talented and so much than anyone realizes—including themselves They’re genuine and tha

  4. says:

    Charming romanceI read When Adam came to town written by Kate KellyIt's a charming romance between two tormented young people Sylvie is an artist and is blocked so she decides to return home to find some inspirationBut when Sylvie meets newcomer Adam Hunter she is intrigued by him and her life becomes complicatedThis romantic story is well wr

  5. says:

    Being stuck and unable to create be they words or pictures has to be every artist's nightmare Such is the dilemma faced by Sylvie previously known for her paintings but now struggling with panic attacks and an inability to transfer her thought images onto canvasFurther complicating her life is her new neighbor the secretive Adam who hides hi

  6. says:

    A lovely sweet romance to read this is a recommended book although it is a little slow for some I still loved it

  7. says:

    I love the story It is a real life story Adam is wonderful and Kate has you captivated from the first page Can't wait for Recommend to all romance readers

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