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  • Nearness of you

    I was hooked. Easy to read and fall for the characters

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  • The nearness of you.

    A very enjoyable story. Loved the strong characters. Recommended.

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  • The nearness of you

    Refreshing new series, starting with a bang! With an insight in the class differences still plaquing society today.

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  • A heart warming romance

    Having grown up on the wrong side of the tracks with an alcoholic mother, Sara Flannigan exhibits all the insecurities and strengths that come from having to survive censure and coping with the challenges that come from a dysfunctional childhood. Added to that she has had to put a bad marriage behind her and deal with a seriously ill child. All of this makes her a strong woman, but her vulnerability is evident. An unfortunate incident in high school makes Sara reluctant to return to home town, but circumstances bring her back despite her misgivings. Meeting with her son's doctor was not on Sara's agenda, but Harrison Thornton doesn't seem to remember her history and he is struck by her devotion to her son and the character he sees in her. When the opportunity presents itself, Harrison asks Sara out and despite her reluctance she goes on a date with him. Unfortunately, the rumours from Sara's past once again emerge, and Harrison's manipulative mother sticks her oar into the mix, creating heartache and pain. I found this book to be well written and emotionally tense, rousing my feelings at the injustices experienced by Sara. There was humour and bug hunting James is a delightful addition to the story. After I closed the book I was still haunted by the story and the feelings that it stirred up. This is a most enjoyable read.

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  • Loved it

    Great book..love how love always wins in the end...even through rough patches

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