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  • Some Kind of Wonderful

    This novel was emotionally fulfilling while also being lots of fun. I really enjoyed getting to know the characters. The plot was interesting and the way that Morgan develops it was a whole lot of fun. Her vivid descriptions bring the world to life in a realistic manner that made me feel as if I were actually walking through it. The growth in the characters was hard to miss. I love how they grew with age and experience yet remained the same people. I liked them as individuals and as a couple. Surrounded by the entire community that Morgan creates, both in this novel and in the series as a whole, you have a winning cast that truly carries this story forward. This is a second chance romance that really works. The mix of the old and the new was a lot of fun. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Delightful fun!

    Some Kind of Wonderful by Sarah Morgan My rating: 5 of 5 stars Harlequin has released just the right combination to turn any frown into a smile. This double feature has irresistible charm that is book ended by two of romances most prolific voices today. I received an ARC of this duet in exchange for an honest review. Sarah Morgan contributes an emotional story of second chances, maturity and redemption in Some Kind of Wonderful. While Susan Mallery brings lighthearted fun between a charismatic playboy and an insecure heroine in The Ladies' Man. Like the characters in the story each novel has hidden surprises that are enchanting treats and I enjoyed every minute. Can't go wrong with this delightful read.

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