A Place to Belong
After years of mistakes and regret, coffee shop owner Megan Harrow has finally built a new life for herself and her daughter in quirky, but charming Maple Valley. But she’s not ready for the sparks that fly when she meets local nonprofit owner Eric Hampton . . . or for the sudden reappearance of an unwelcome face from her past.
My Review of A Place to Belong
I love Megan. Ever since we readers were introduced to her in From the Start, she’s held a special place in my heart. She’s a young, sarcastic, sort of bristly character that you can’t help but loving. You also can’t help wondering what her story is! Well, we finally get to read Meg’s story in A Place to Belong.
I always love returning to Maple Valley. It’s my kind of town, and like the author, I forget that it’s not a real place! I’d be packing my bags if it were. If you haven’t read the other books set in Maple Valley, don’t worry. You can read this as a stand alone, though I do recommend you get to know the Walker Family and the fun characters in Maple Valley. The mayor makes a quick appearance in A Place to Belong with another of his crazy ideas. This time it’s setting a world record for….I’ll let you find out.
Meg’s coffee shop, Coffee Coffee, would be a daily stop for me, and I hope I’d get to know the Meg under the tough exterior. Once you get to know her in A Place to Belong, you understand why she holds most people at arm’s length. I think sometimes we meet people like this and don’t take the time to find out why they use sarcasm and grumpiness to keep people from getting too close. I think we need to. Everyone has a story. You never know what someone has been through until you take the time to get to know them.
Get to know Meg in A Place to Belong. I give it a huge 2 thumbs up!
Author Melissa Tagg
Melissa Tagg is the author of the popular Walker Family series, the Where Love Begins series and the Enchanted Christmas Collection. She’s a former reporter, current nonprofit grant writer and total Iowa girl.
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