Spelen met vuur
Publish date: November 2003
Pages no: 320
Edition language: Dutch
Series: Three Sisters Island (#3)
Too mushy for me. Plus, I hate the "I'll never let another man in my heart again!" trope. Codswallop. But the magic was fun. Still, I gorged myself on the story, mostly all in one sitting, and while I feel the need to detox, I still can't say I disliked the read. NR's knows how to write a scen...
This was the perfect end to this series. I'd wondered why they got their books in the order they did, but there's no way that Mia's book could have been the first one. I still want to know how NR gets so many different story lines. This makes my eight book by her (not including the one's she's writt...
I liked the strong independent heroine but there was not enough justification for me to forgive the hero despite all his entreaty. The plot was okay for last book in series but too much paranormal speculation for my taste. After leaving her ten years ago, Sam returns with hopes of winning back Mia...
Honestly, I could have stopped after book 1. It was repetitive.
I never thought I'd give it five stars in the end, but there you have it. The entire premise of this book (not the series!) was based on the fact a nineteen-year-old girl knew what love was when she loved Sam Logan eleven years ago. A love so strong, so powerful, she'd shattered when he left. You we...
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