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    Train station bride

    What a story all I could think was with a family like this who needs enemies. The story was pretty amazing and the hero and heroine prect for each other
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    Train staion bride

    Terrible writing, grammar errors (your/you're), predictable and unimaginative plot. Over-simplfied characters.
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    Not very well written

    The premise was interesting and started out okay, but I struggled to finish this book. The characters were shallow and under-developed, the story not very well written and would have benefited from much better execution, and the whole thing was pretty unbelievable. I know it's just a romance novel and I can suspend my disbelief pretty well for these types of books if they entertain me, but to be enjoyable I still have to believe in the characters a little bit. The characters did a lot of silly things for no apparent reason, there was no build-up of trust between Jake and Julia and no evolution of their relationship to carry the story, it was just a whole lot of "They met and they fell in love, just because. They had a misunderstanding. They made up. The end." For western books, and for some better mail order bride stories, I'd suggest Cheryl St. John as an author instead.
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