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    A good read

    Another exciting read by this author but I must say I wasn't too keen on the almost end (the Octavia bit). I would have also loved a bit more romance between Nate and Bliss. All the same it was a good read and I'll recommend.
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    Like a Memory

    Nate first met Bliss when he was 15 then the following Summer they spent together she was his first kiss and first love but when Summer was over and he went back home all his phone calls and text messages were ignored ne persisted for months but nothing. Seven years later they meet again she is working for his fiancé but he act like he hasn't recognised her she realises and plays along. His feelings for her are all still there but how can he act on them when he is with someone else. Bliss is torn she wants him but is scared to tell him why she never answered any of his calls, he finds out from his grandfather what happened and he is upset but he is more determined to make things with her work but first he needs to end things with Octavia. When that is done he ready but thier newfound happiness is shortlived when things go bad he leaves to try and get his lfe back in order, they ae both hurting and grieving but the heart is stronger and will always lead you were it needs to be he just needs to listen to the advice.

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