A Hometown 4th of July

June Foster
Desert Breezes

Max Tate has always known he was adopted, but his parents will not tell him anything about his birth parents.  This leaves Max feeling like he doesn't belong, and wondering if there is something wrong with him, that his birth family did not want him. This quest seems to consume him. 
Enter the beautiful young girl, with a bang-up entrance.  That is all you can classify it as, when her young niece drops her ice cream on Max's head from her perch in a tree at the 4th of July parade.  Lynn Marshall is struggling with her own insecurities.  The middle child she often feels like no one cares for her.  When she meets Max, she is automatically attracted, but a bit confused by him as well. 
A wonderful story of love, redemption and grace.  You definitely will want to read this book!  June Foster has a way with words and she expresses her story very well.  Also I love that she addresses head on situations like depression, not fitting in, abandonment, etc.  This book deals with so many issues, and very well.  I truly enjoyed the story and wept along with Max as he faced so many frustrations in his search for who he was. 399 pages 4 stars Available online in ebook format.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review. 

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