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    Enjoyed it

    I have read the McNeill family series by this author so when I saw this book for free I thought I'd give it a try..... I did not enjoy it as much as I did reading about Bailey and her brothers but I liked it..... Annie and Spencer have great chemistry but Annie was annoying me after a while with her stubbornness. The ending seemed a little abrupt and I think an epilogue wrapping it up could have helped. I did really like the slight back story of each of Spence's brothers, which lead into their own books. I'll be looking forward to reading about Joe in the next one.
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    Better than before

    It was very interesting
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    Excellent Writing, Unrealistic End

    Annie once had a rich husband who she felt caused her to feel inferior. She fell inlove with s rich guy, posing as a construction worker. When she finally allowed him to tell her the truth, her whole personality changes, and she becomes bitchy. Her unreasonableness to Spence would lead the reader to empathise with her ex husband, something which I doubt the writer intended. Not only that, but light of all of Annie's aversion to wealth and the lifestyle, how will she and Spence live happily? The writer is excellent at holding reader's attention, but expecting a happy ending in this relationship is ludicrous! The writer repeatedly states that Spence has changed, but clearly Annie has not , and just missing each other is no guarantee that she will.
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    Better Than Before

    Nice read, but at times moved too slowly.
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    Good read

    Very interesting characters
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