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    While trying to balance her family bakery, losing her mother, and learning a few secrets is a lot for anyone, Amara was walking with the weight of the world on her shoulders. Trying to gain control of her life again seemed impossible, but falling in love with her best friend might be what the doctor ordered.

    Knowing what it's like to lose his parents and feel lost, Khalil promises Amara to stay by her side and help her through the pain. What he wasn't expecting was his feelings for her to grow stronger as well as their bond!

    They say once one door closes, another opens, and Amara and Khalil are about to find out just how right that is.

    Contains mature themes.

    ©2020 Tay Mo'Nae (P)2021 Tantor

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    • Global
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    • TA
    • 13/02/2021

    Alright

    If you are into hearing about sadness and grief then this book is for you. It was on the boring side for me and it was a struggle to finish it. Prefer more uplifting stories. Narrators were good.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 11/05/2021

    Ehhhh!!!

    It was OKAY. Not bad but definitely not good. It was short and had no real plot. Typical we grew up as best friends, a parent or 2 dies and we randomly have sex. 1 person so afraid to say how they feel but then does and we’re happily together. Boring!

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    • Lisa Osborn
    • 10/04/2021

    Emotional and Sweet

    This is my first book by Tay Mo’nae. This touching yet emotional story demonstrates how two people dealt with grief was very sweet! Although their approaches were different when grieving the loss of their loved ones, they were able to provide support and solace in each other during stressful circumstances with honesty, compassion and understanding. The message to me stressed that if you’re able to work through the storms that life brings your way, you can do anything together!! I loved the resilience of both the hero and heroine. Great message! Wesleigh Siobhan and Leon Nixon’s performance were stellar!! I felt a wide range of emotions throughout the storyline!! I look forward to more from this author!

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    • T. Q. Gilbert
    • 31/03/2021

    🧁🧁🧁

    This was a really cute story! This is my first time reading something from this author and I must say I enjoyed it! The narration left a little to be desired, though it wasn’t bad. Would definitely recommend giving it a listen!

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    • Charon Hives
    • 17/02/2021

    Brown sugar

    Love the romance of the story sad but loving but loved the ending keep writing loved to know what else happened to the rest of the crew 👍♥️♥️♥️

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    • Just Listen
    • 10/02/2021

    Cute Story!

    This was a cute story by new to me author, Tay Mo'nae. I've always been a sucker for a friends to lovers trope and this was good. Now, Amari did annoy me a bit when she kept pushing Khalil away and being so naive. Like, how are you still questioning his feelings after he ate your "cupcake"? Like, really? I'm just glad Kacie (her bff) talked some sense into her! After she realized her true feelings and gave Khalil a chance, the story just flowed. I can't wait for the next stories from Maple Hill...Kacie needs her story and HEA! Narration was great too! Leon Nixon did his thing as Khalil, but Wesleigh Siobhan killed it! I think I'm in love with her male voice!

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    • Terri
    • 08/02/2021

    very cute story

    The narrators were really good! Both really complicated one another. The story was cute with some sexy scenes.

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    • KG
    • 03/02/2021

    This Was A Really Cute Story

    This was a cute story....I actually love the dynamic between Khalil & Amara being best friends that slowly fall in love with one another....I appreciated the way he anticipated all of her needs. I also completely understood her not wanting to ruin their friendship with the romantic relationship didn't work. But, I felt that they simply needed to talk to one another....it funny to me how people on the outside of a situation have a much better view than those that are involved. I love how Kacy & Amara sisterhood played an integral part of each others lives. It was beautiful to see how both Kacy & Khalil recognized Amara slipping into a depression and they did what the could to aide her. I really enjoyed the emotional journey we went on as reader/listeners...I wished we could have experienced more of the budding relationship between Amara & Marvin (Her Father)....I love how the relationship between all of the friends (both men & women) and how they got together to hang out socially.....this story really makes me excited to see what's coming next in the Maple Hill Story. OK...So Y'all know I loved Wesleigh's narration/acting ability, BUT, Leon Nixon not so much...I understood that we were suppose to go on an emotional ride, but all of his narration just sounded sad to me...even the parts they were suppose to be happy. **For Me Wesleigh To The Rescue**

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    • Annette Williams
    • 02/02/2021

    Frustrating But Good!!!

    Loved the book. Hated the heroine. Amara didn't just work my last nerve, she worked all of my nerves. I've never seen a character who was so oblivious to someone's affection for them. She was oblivious to the point of being deliberately obtuse. Amara is grieving the death of her mother and, slowly but surely, slipping into depression. Having lost his own parents some years ago, Khalil recognizes the signs so, he make sure he's a constant presence for Amara pretty much everyday to pull her out of her funk. Since she was already grieving the death of her mama, Kahlil figured he'd just snatch the band-aid off and shoot his shot. Well, that didn't go over too well for him. Amara told him she wasn't in a place where she could focus on a romantic relationship. Now, I don't have a problem with Amara not being ready for the dynamics of her and Khalil's relationship to change. I do, however, have a problem with her being deliberately blind to his attraction to her. It literally took more than half of the book before the blinders finally came off and that's only because Kaci sat her down for a have a woman to woman moment. By this point, I didn't like Amara. No one should have to work that hard to get you to see a man is attracted to you. I just wanted Khalil to find somebody else because, Amara did not deserve him. I didn't like her mama either. That ish she pulled was foul. When Amara read the letter she left for her, I was giving mama all kinds of side eye. But, I was happy Amara finally reached out to her dad to have a long overdue conversation. Whew chile, these characters stressed me all the way out but I still loved the book. The Sweet Spot was an endearing read. It takes you on an emotional rollercoaster of grief, sorrow, and family secrets. I look forward to reading the other books in the Maple Hills series. I just hope Kaci and Bianca don't stress me out as much as Amara did.