Pages no: 284
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
This was was surprisingly good but still there were a few annoying stuff.
I see why readers love her, but I really don't like this widower trope at all. As with Lover Reborn (I know, right? Who compares Sarah MAYBERRY to BDB?), the romance seemed to both drag and move too fast. Confusing as a reader to simultaneously demand and tire of the mourning and self-recriminatio...
I've yet to read a book by Sarah Mayberry that I didn't really enjoy. This one is no exception. Her characters feel real and occupy a place in the world that I can understand. What I like about this book is the honest way Angie and Michael communicate with each other. They struggle under the gia...
FYI - $2.99 ebook at B&N and Amazon as of 8/13/12 for sentimental friends to lover trope.
Looking at all of the glorious ratings, I know that I will be a minority, a VERY SMALL part of the minority. I don't like this story. Despite the premise, which promises something complicated (a single dad and his deceased wife's best friend) but I never warm up to both of them. The internal dialogu...
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