The road leads back to you...
It's been years since rancher/teacher, Justin Reed, an End of the Line transplant from Atlanta, Georgia has set foot in the city he fled. But with a class reunion and the goal to ease tensions with his twin brother, he must now face the woman who once broke his heart—but has never left his thoughts!
Life had not always been kind to Georgia Langley, until she met and fell head over heels in love with quiet Justin Reed. They say you never forget your “first love” and despite the circumstances that forced her to make a tough decision, he’s never really moved completely out of her heart.
Can time heal all wounds and in reevaluating the past, can they move forward to have a future together?
About the Author
Amanda McIntyre’s passion is telling character-driven stories with a penchant for placing ordinary people placed in extraordinary situations. A bestselling author, her work is published internationally in print, E-book, and audio. She writes sizzling contemporary and erotic historical romance and believes no matter what, love will find a way. Connect with Amanda:
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A second chance/reunion story. I enjoyed the story as Georgia and Justin found their way back to each other. Georgia is a determined woman willing to do what it takes to make her son happy and healthy. Justin is understanding and can admit to his mistakes. I smiled through the story, and there were tears. I recommend this story. I received a copy of this story through Candid Book Reviews, and this is my unsolicited review.
Georgia on my Mind (Last Hope Ranch) by Amanda McIntyre Reviewed for Candid Book Reviews Georgia on my Mind reads like Romeo and Juliet. The odds were stacked against Justin and Georgia. From family bias, to insecurities and frequent misunderstandings. Despite the obstacles that should have kept them apart, this couple kept finding their way back to each other. How could anything be more romantic than that?
Georgia on My Mind, part of the Magnolias and Moonshine series, is the second (or third) chance romance of Justin and Georgia. The story takes place during the planning of a class reunion. Justin and Georgia were sweethearts during the last summer before Justin graduated high school. Because of meddling by Justin’s family, Georgia broke it off with Justin. She didn’t take his calls or answer any e-mails. Fast forward to a meeting years later at Justin’s father’s funeral – they had a night of passion before, once again, things fell apart. Now it’s three years later and it is time for the class reunion. Justin travels back to his hometown to not only attend the reunion but to mend things with his twin brother. To say Justin and Georgia struggle is an understatement. There are multiple misunderstandings and Georgia refuses to communicate with Justin. Towards the end of the story, Justin throws it all out there and admits his love for Georgia. I love Justin’s character. He’s steady, passionate, loving, and forgiving. Georgia, however, made me shake my head. She seems independent (running her father’s bar and raising her son, but she keeps running away from Justin…it is so frustrating that she just keeps backing away and doesn’t communicate with him. She seems perfectly happy to jump into bed with him but it seems to end there…until the end. The happily-ever-after was swoon-worthy!
Georgia On My Mind is a wonderful, feel good story that warmed my soul. This book lifted my spirits. I loved the characters. Georgia is a loving mother as well as a feisty female. I liked her mix of passion and vulnerability. Her strength and courage in adversity are amazing. Justin was her first love, but he ran away. I was disappointed that he believed the rumors and didn't talk with Georgia before he accepted them as truth. I know that we all make mistakes that we regret, but I wish he had asked Georgia if it was true. They have such great chemistry. I loved seeing them together. I wanted them to get the second chance at a HEA that they deserved. The dialogue was both touching and humorous. I always enjoy the writing style of Amanda McIntryre. Her stories are an emotional journey that I love.
This was a sweet, quick read. I enjoyed it. Everyone deserves a second chance at love.