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    Highly entertaining!

    How I Wonder What You Are is a unique, entertaining, and heart felt story about two people who are hiding from their pasts, unable to move on. I really liked the English country side setting Jane took me to in How I Wonder What You Are. Her descriptions of the small town of Riverdale, the stars, and the moors are so vivid. As I read I got the sense that this is the perfect place for Molly and Phinn to be at this point in their lives. Molly has been hurt and keeps her past private, even from her close friend Caro. She has a heart of gold though, and this is is evident from the hilarious start to the story. Molly was very intriguing and Jane did a great job of bringing her past up at the right times in the story, and I felt like I got to know her well. Molly starts off kind of stuck in where she is, but as the story grows, so does Molly's character. Phinn is so different from most hero's in romance books! He is very scarred emotionally from his past, so scarred that he is kind of stuck there too. He is brilliant but insecure, and certainly doesn't feel like he will ever be good enough for anyone. It was sad but I liked this unique hero. Both characters come together in Riverdale, and very slowly individually they grow and together a tenuous bond is formed. As the stars dance around them though, so do their emotions and the misunderstandings of people who have been hurt before. I felt very vested in watching Phinn and Molly heal and finally start to move forward. I felt like they were a couple who would be good together if only they could take the chance again. Neither of them are perfect and the road to the future is very bumpy which makes what they are going through realistic. I really liked Caro! She is an incredible secondary character who tells it like it is, is hilarious, and tries to help Molly put things into perspective. I would love to read more about her! Family dynamics are explored which adds even more dimension to How I Wonder What You Are as you learn more and more as the story progresses. I also really liked the way Jane wrote in both first person POV and third person POV! She did this seamlessly and I felt like it really brought the characters to life, and drew me into the story easily. How I Wonder What You Are kept me laughing but it also made my heart ache a little for Molly and Phinn. The glimpse of supernatural was a unique addition and done in just a way to make me think of the possibilities. Jane wrapped up my heart in How I Wonder What You Are with great character dynamics in a great setting with so many interesting scenarios. I'd recommend How I Wonder What You Are to any romance reader!
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    Heart-warming, funny, Yorkshire romance

    Four and a half stars. What do you do when you are exercising a wilful horse on the Yorkshire moors and find an unconscious naked man? Well if you're a single woman you drag him (in some cases literally) back to your cottage. Molly Gilchrist is living in a cottage in the Yorkshire countryside, scratching a living writing for a magazine called 'Miles To Go' about walking and helping out her friend Caro(line) with exercising said wilful horse Stan. She had a glittering career in London but 18 months ago something happened to make her run away and hide, where no-one knows her. When she finds astro-physicist Dr Phinn Baxter lying on the moor she brings him back and the two of them begin a prickly, push-me- pull-me relationship. Phinn too is running away from a potential Nobel prize-winning career after his wife left him - only his running away takes the form of vodka. Then they discover that they have both seen a mysterious light formation in the skies, something that no-one else can see, and that binds them together. I just loved this book. If you have read any of Jane Lovering's other York Romances then you won't be disappointed in this one. Phinn is a nerdy (but sexy) geek and totally a fav new book boyfriend. How I loved him and sympathised with his fears that he wasn't a real man because he wasn't all butch and macho. I loved Phinn's friend Link, although I am still on the fence about Caro - she was mean to Molly and I hold a grudge. And Molly herself? Wow, she truly went through some soul-searching and realised some less than pleasant things about herself. She was also treated really badly, REALLY badly. Maybe that all sounds a bit angsty, a bit deep? Can I also say it is also REALLY funny, especially about being British in a crisis (hint: it involves Custard Creams). Overall, it has made me wonder why I stopped buying Jane Lovering's books and has meant I now need to buy all her other books ASAP.
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