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    Definite just read

    I am not fond of historical romance or historical books in general but this book changed my mind completely. Moving with her sister to a new town is what Isabelle needed so Rory made sure that she accommodated her. Isabelle was the only mother she had ever known since her mother and father died coming across the boat on the way over to the United States. After the move, Rory explores the woods outside her home and comes upon a half-naked man bathing in a creek. She's mesmerized by the site. When she's caught both literally and figuratively she runs and doesn't seem to give him a second thought until she sees him again until the barn raising for her brother-in-law's barn. Circumstances bring them together and they live happily ever after until the war, and until the "creep" takes her. The foreshadowing is quite obvious although you think that more is going on than there really is until the end when you finally up 2+2 together. A definite must read if you are looking for a must read for a sweet read that will give you romance without "all that jazz". I'm totally looking forward to book two so I can make sure that my hunch for the gifts is true. Though I wish that it would have been covered in book one.

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