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A Trusting Heart

Megan Garrett has come a long way from her high school days as a blond head cheerleader. She's learned to stop taking hair, make up and clothing advice from her mother and simply follow her heart. She's a real estate agent now, not a terribly successful one, but one who really loves homes and finding people who can also love the homes. It's time for her 10 year high school reunion and she doesn't really want to go. She knows that she will have to face her ex-fiance Dylan and his wife, her ex-best friend Taffie, and she really doesn't want to, especially not in her outfit that screams Wal-Mart special. But somehow she ends up at the hotel where the event is to be held. And the first people that she sees are, of course, Dylan and Taffie. And Dylan especially is not nice. But there is someone there to stand up for her this time, Trevor Riley, former seminary president. He surprises her by kissing her in front of everyone, and she surprises him right back by slapping his face, but deep down Megan knows that there could be something there. Trevor is rich though, something that she's never wanted to deal with again because of her family. Will Megan be able to see through his money and his controlling ways to the man underneath?

I know that I read this book back when it first came out, but I love Shannon Guymon's books and I've read them several times apiece. This book is one of my favorite love stories. It has all the elements of a great story, beautiful but hurt girl, handsome rich guy, and a great big problem to be overcome. The ending will not surprise you, but it's in how Megan and Trevor get to that ending that will be the surprise.  You really cannot go wrong with reading any of Shannon Guymon's books!

I was able to borrow this book from my local library.

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