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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Welcome to Boston: A Paige and Morgan Short Story is the 18th book in The Friessens series by Lorhainne Eckhart. Paige doesn’t think she is making the right decision, but her heart is telling her to take the risk. Morgan is a charming man, he makes her feel things she can't describe and he wants her to pack a bag and travel across the country with him. But the issue is, she doesn’t know him, he is practically a stranger. She got the invitation and this could be the best chance to know him better, but there is so much that could go wrong. What is Paige going to do now? Should she take the risk and find the love she always wanted? Or is this going to be the biggest mistake of her life?
Another stellar story, this was perhaps my favorite out of all The Friessens series books I have read so far. There is something about Paige and Morgan that just speaks to me. They are both very believable and real characters. They are hesitant at taking a chance, yet they aren’t letting it stop them from taking the risk. They are brave and determined; they are ready to find love even if the chances of finding love with a stranger are slim. I enjoyed their reactions the most. They understand each other on a deeper level, one that does not require verbal communication. The premise was a lot more fun too; two strangers taking a risk and then having it pay off. I enjoyed this and I loved this story a little more than I anticipated.