NIGHTINGALE WAY by Emily March
Nightingale Way by Emily March
Eternity Springs, Book 5
Reviewed by Miranda
CIA agent Jack Davenport used to be married to Catherine Blackburn. Their love was bright and strong but not strong enough to overcome his career and the loss of their baby. Now, years after their divorce, Cat’s investigative journalism career is putting her life in danger. With Cat’s life being threatened Jack is taking control of the situation. Jack kidnaps Cat and takes her to his home, Eagle Way in the town of Eternity Springs.
Once Jack and Cat are forced to spend time confined together they start reevaluating what went wrong with their marriage. And they must face the feelings of lust and love that they both still feel. Will Cat and Jack get their second chance at love in Eternity Springs?
Jack and Cat have a long and windy road back to love in Nightingale Way. Emily March packs her fifth Eternity Springs novel with high emotion, lots of fun with the town residents, a wedding and romance. I thought it was hilarious how Jack kidnapped Cat and it proved exactly what she needed, a trip to Eternity Springs. Eternity Springs has proven to be a place of healing and it does just that for both Jack and Cat. I have to take a deep breath before writing about Jack and Cat. There are so many intense and potent emotions within Nightingale Way. The reader can feel the attraction between Jack and Cat. When Ms. March gives the reader a glimpse of their past and what tore them apart it is heartrending. I felt such sorrow for these two people and the tragedy they experienced. I couldn’t wait for them to work their way back to each other and that is exactly what they did. Ms. March gives the reader a passionate and powerful romance with Nightingale Way.