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Hope Burns A novel of small town hearts and big dreamsMolly Burnett dreads returning to her hometown of Hope for her sister s wedding especially knowing she ll have to endure a weekend with the one man she neve

  • Title: Hope Burns
  • Author: Jaci Burton
  • ISBN: 9780425259788
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • A novel of small town hearts and big dreamsMolly Burnett dreads returning to her hometown of Hope for her sister s wedding, especially knowing she ll have to endure a weekend with the one man she never wants to see again It s only a couple of days, so Molly will try to forget her painful past with high school sweetheart Carter Richards Because despite the bitter memorA novel of small town hearts and big dreamsMolly Burnett dreads returning to her hometown of Hope for her sister s wedding, especially knowing she ll have to endure a weekend with the one man she never wants to see again It s only a couple of days, so Molly will try to forget her painful past with high school sweetheart Carter Richards Because despite the bitter memories, she still can t forget what they once meant to each other.But when Molly is forced to extend her stay, Carter sees this as his second chance to do things right, to start over again with the only woman he s ever loved This time, he isn t going to let Molly run Together they re going to confront the past and put it behind them, and hope for a future as bright as the flame that still burns hot between them.

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    1. ♥Rachel♥ on said:

      I was excited to get my hands on Hope Burns because I’ve been wondering what went wrong with Molly and Carter. The past books in the series have featured mysterious references to a romance that didn’t end well and residual feelings on both sides. Molly has been gone from Hope for the last twelve years, moving from town to town when the mood strikes her. She claims to have this wanderlust, but the truth of the matter is that a bad breakup with her high school sweetheart, Carter, sent her runn [...]

    2. Jonetta on said:

      Molly Burnett left home twelve years ago after a failed romance with her high school sweetheart, Carter Richards, and never returned. Now she's back for her sister's wedding and isn't looking forward to seeing the man who broke her heart. I enjoyed returning to small-town Hope and the dynamics of the close-knit friends. At first, my curiosity about the specifics that drove Molly out of town kept me in the story but that took too long to develop. Once revealed, it just didn't square with her stay [...]

    3. Jess on said:

      Review posted: Happily Ever After - ReadsBlog rating: DI’m going to start off this short and sweet review by saying that the hero, Carter is simply an awesome guy. He’s a hard worker, loves his family and small town, enjoys helping others, I mean really, he’s just a sweet guy. He and Molly were teens in love until she got pregnant and miscarried. Their relationship fell apart soon after and Molly ran. Now she’s back in Hope for the first time in 12 years for her sister’s wedding and th [...]

    4. Auntee on said:

      This is the third book in Jaci Burton's small town contemporary series (Hope), and it was good, just not my favorite of the series.This one features Molly Burnett, vagabond sister of town veterinarian Emma (Hope Flames) and Carter Richards, local business owner of several auto body repair shops. Molly and Carter were each others first love, but their teenage relationship ended tragically, and Molly's been letting that tragedy control her life for the past 12 years, and has been running from Cart [...]

    5. Lani ⚔⚔the Destroyer ⚔⚔ on said:

      I usually love second chance romances but Hope Burns didn't really work for me and it was all down to the heroine, Molly. After avoiding her high school sweetheart for 12 years she is back in town for her sister's wedding, and finally coming face to face with him. I'm sorry but in all honesty 12 years is a long time to have your head stuck up your ass and not have some perspective about what went on in high school, and this summed up Molly to me. It was somewhat ridiculous and more than a little [...]

    6. Lily (Night Owl Book Cafe) on said:

      3.5 starsWelcome to Hope, a small town with a big heart and dreams. Molly's sister Emma is finally getting married and that means that Molly finally has to come home after leaving many years ago due to a bad heart-break. The one thing Molly had hoped to avoid was the man who shattered her heart, Carter Richards, who is now all grown up and no longer the boy she remembers.Carter is now a successful business man who works as a mechanic in his own garage and owns a small chain of them. He is very i [...]

    7. Nathi *Shut it and let me read* on said:

      5 starsBest book of this series!I'm such a HUGE fan of second chance love and I just really like this author so it was a perfect book for me.It was also a very well planned book. Because I wanted to know about the characters from this book since book one, so the expectation certainly helped this one.

    8. Dark Faerie Tales on said:

      Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: Molly fled her hometown at 18. Now, it’s 12 years later, and she has to return for her sister’s wedding and face a man she hoped never to see again. It’s only one weekend though, right?Opening Sentence: This wedding was going to be a disaster.The Review:In high school, Carter and Molly were inseparable. By senior year, they were planning their future together. Then, something terrible happened, and Molly couldn’t stand the thought of [...]

    9. Helyce on said:

      You know when you’re watching TV and a trailer for a movie is played and you think to yourself, “that looks really good; I really want to see it.” And every time you catch that movie trailer or hear a promo on the radio, you remind yourself that you want to see it. You make plans with friends for opening night, anticipation and excitement high. But after actually seeing the movie you’re disappointed, the movie not meeting your expectations at all! The movie trailer’s promise having not [...]

    10. Mary H on said:

      The best thing about this book is the cover, and that's just unfortunate. Okay, that's not true. As many others have said, Carter is pretty amazing, but since he literally has no flaws, he has pretty much zero character development. Like all the characters, actually. The plot was boring and predictable; the heroine was not at all sympathetic; the writing was not good by my standards. Seriously, there were some sentences that I just didn't understand why they were there because they didn't fit th [...]

    11. Jo on said:

      What I enjoyed most about this book was Emma and Luke’s wedding, which was pretty special. Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy the romance between Molly and Carter. I felt that their young love meant more to Molly than to Carter. Since they broke up in their youth, Molly has been running from her hurt, never committing to anyone or anything, while Carter continued with his life just like he planned before everything went wrong between him and Molly, he even had a few serious relationships over the [...]

    12. Shannon on said:

      Hope BurnsThe CharactersMolly Burnett is trying to outrun her past. We all know that can’t last forever.Carter Richards seems to be living life day by day and, at least at the beginning of this book, starting to realize something is missing. The StorySo here it is. My first DNF of 2015. Honestly I’ve been trying for three days now to get into this book but I’ve failed, miserably. I don’t really feel any chemistry between the main characters. Maybe their pain is just too big for me. Eithe [...]

    13. Wenrog on said:

      I liked the characters but it was kind of boring. Not much happened from beginning to end. Molly was a little ridiculous. Who moves away from their family and stays lonely for 12 years over a high school break-up?? Seemed silly and unrealistic. Then she comes home, sees the guy again and way too quickly hooks up with him again. There needed to be more dialogue between Molly and Carter. I'm not a fan of this one.

    14. Andrea on said:

      ** 3.5 stars **First Line This wedding was going to be a disaster. That's right! Hope Burns has a wedding! I'm not sure why I'm acting surprised by this, given it's in the book synopsis, but still, Luke and Emma are getting married and that makes me happy! But even more importantly, the wedding finally brings Emma's long gone sister Molly back to Hope, and to the boy-turned-man she left behind, Carter. Hope Burns is, you guessed it, a second-chance romance, a much-loved trope for a lot of reader [...]

    15. Debbie Lester on said:

      Jaci Burton brings readers a second chance love story with the third book in the Hope series. Hope Burns finds the small town inhabitants of Hope, Oklahoma getting ready for a wedding. Happiness seems contagious except for the bride's sister, who left Hope in her wake many years ago. Molly plans to breeze in and back out of Hope in a whirlwind but Jaci Burton had other plans for her. Readers will love the small town setting, the love of family and friends and a love that has lasted through the y [...]

    16. Adria (Musings and Reviews) on said:

      Originally posted on Adria's Romance ReviewsMolly Burnett is back in her hometown of Hope for her sister’s wedding and she’s dreading every moment. Not because she doesn’t love her sister or want to be a part of her wedding but because of her childhood sweetheart Carter Richards. Years ago, he crushed her heart and left her no choice but to run away from all the painful memories. Molly thinks she only has to bear Carter’s presence for a few days and then she’s gone again, back to her w [...]

    17. Elizabeth on said:

      I’ve completely fallen in love with the people of Hope, Oklahoma. Small towns are my favorite book setting and watching each story unfold is both exciting and heart-warming.Molly and Carter were high school sweethearts and so in love. They were planning for the future when their relationship was dealt a crushing blow leaving heartache in its wake. Being young, the couple didn’t handle it well and a lot of hurtful things were said, causing Molly to pack up and leave Carter and the town of Hop [...]

    18. Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews on said:

      Rhayne‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews4 STARSReview copy provided for an honest reviewI couldn’t wait for Hope Burns to be released so we could get back to Hope and reunite with some characters I absolutely love. This is a second chance love story with a side of humor and an extra-large dose of sexy.I honestly think so far this book is my favorite in the series. Carter and Molly deliver much more than a typical romance plot. They prove that happiness and true love do exist. [...]

    19. Pam on said:

      This is another winner in the Hope series, an emotional second chance at love tale that will tug at your heart when secrets are revealed.Molly Burnett is coming back to the town of Hope for the first time in twelve years, her sister Emma is getting married and since she is the maid of honor she swallows the pain and regrets and returns home, she left angry and hurt, but never told anyone why. Throughout the years she has continued to run, never staying in one place, moving every six months. Her [...]

    20. Natasha (books_n_dreams) on said:

      I definitely was excited to finally read this book, because after books one and two you definitely are intrigued to the past that Molly and Carter have and in this book you basically get the answer upfront which was nice, so then you get this chance to see things go afterwards and the progression in the story was nice, just a little slower than usual but under certain circumstances cause of the characters I could totally understand that.I definitely love Carter he is such an amazing male charact [...]

    21. Kelly at on said:

      Review will be posted atbooks-n-kisses MBER OF HEARTS: 4 1/2REVIEW: With Emma & Luke’s wedding on the horizon Molly has no choice but to return home for her sister’s wedding. You see Molly left Hope 12 years ago and never looked back. Never visited. Never seemed to care about what and who she left behind. But being back will change all that. The only question is will Molly let it change or will she run again? It was so nice to get back to the lovely little town of Hope, Oklahoma. I am to [...]

    22. BBMoreB ~ on said:

      Molly Burnett left Hope, OK shortly after her high school relationship with Carter Richards ended abruptly -- 12 years ago. She lives nomad lifestyle; often relocating. She has not once returned to her hometown, even for a short visit, until now. However, this weekend’s visit is unavoidable. Her sister, Emma Burnett, is getting married to Luke McCormack. Carter knew Molly would be returning for the Burnett/McCormack wedding, but he is caught completely off-guard by the feelings that still exis [...]

    23. Becca on said:

      I can not even begin to tell you how much I love this series! Molly comes back to Hope for her sister's wedding. The one person who she has tried to avoid for the past 10 years is the first person she runs into only moments after getting back into town. Carter Richards.Carter and Molly were high school sweethearts. They had their life planned out until the unimaginable happened. Molly never got over the lose of her first love but could she ever forgive the one person, she never thought she could [...]

    24. Lisa on said:

      2.5 stars.I feel like the whole past between Molly and Carter isn't addressed enough. They didn't really discussed it before reconnecting and that kinda didn't sit well for me.

    25. L.E. Chamberlin on said:

      Love a second chance story! I was rooting for these guys! Review to follow.

    26. Anca on said:

      2.5*See my review for Hope Flames, that goes for all the books in this series ;)

    27. Jaimie Marshall on said:

      First reviewed at Red Hot Books here: redhotbooks/2014/11/reviewHope Burns is the third full length book in the Hope series by Jaci Burton and I was really looking forward to this one. The story focuses on Emma’s sister Molly Burnett and local business man Carter Richards, and it was clear from previous books that there was some serious history between these two. The former high school sweethearts have not seen each other for 13 years as Molly has not been back since she skipped town all those [...]

    28. Under the Covers Book Blog on said:

      Jaci Burton has the ability to make me fall in love with groups of characters.  That feeling that they belong together and they are one happy family or group of friends always stays with me and gives me the warm fuzzy feelings.  The Hope series is just like that!  I've fallen hard for the people of Hope.  When I first caught a glimpse of Molly's character, Emma sister from HOPE FLAMES, I was immediately intrigued.  What happened between her and her high school sweetheart that sent her runni [...]

    29. CJ - It's only a Paper Moon on said:

      2.9This is a second chance romance, a topic that I usually enjoy, but this one fell a little flat.Problem number 1: I didn't care about Molly or Carter. They were both a little bit boring. In fact, the most exciting thing they did was go to city council meetings and well, even that wasn't fun.Problem number 2: I figured out the reason why Molly left in the first book of the series. I was neither shocked nor surprised when it was revealed in this one. The biggest problem was that aside from Molly [...]

    30. Ann Lorz on said:

      I really enjoy this series. If you follow me then you know I'm a fan of small town. There is just something about knowing your neighbors. Or at least in your books. Does't always work well in real life. Anyway, as I was saying that I really enjoy this series. The characters are funny with many layers. At times all isn't always going well for them, but that's how life is. Right away I liked Carter. he is a very hard working sweet guy that you want to be around. In fact, many of the characters com [...]

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