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    Sizzled off the page!

    Victoria Barbour has done it again! Wilful Desire, the fifth instalment of the Heart's Ease Series, will grab you from the first line. If you're familiar with this author and her small town contemporaries set against a rugged coastline in Newfoundland, Canada then you need to read this book. Barbour's charm and quick wit draw you in so quickly you'll believe you're sharing a cup of tea with Aunt Ida in her living room as the familiar cast of Heart's Ease characters, including the very hawt men of the Walsh Family (how many more can there be?) go about their lives in this outport community. At the centre of this story is Will Walsh and Mae Mercer, childhood sweethearts who are drawn together like magnets with such sizzle you'll see the smoke rising from the pages. Barbour's storytelling skill shines in this book with the creative forcefield of obstacles designed to keep them apart. When Will arrives home on leave, he hopes to win Mae back after she broke off their engagement two years prior. But his biggest mistake continues to be thinking he knows exactly what Mae wants out of life without ever asking her. While it's clear they've still got it in the bedroom, it's back to basic training for this sailor who has a lot to learn about what really makes Mae Mercer tick.
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    Fantastic addition to this already fabulous series

    How do you get over the love of your life? And what do you do when he shows up in your hometown unexpectedly? In this the fifth novel in her Heart’s Ease series, Victoria Barbour whisks us away once again to a small Newfoundland outport where we meet Mae and Will and encounter all the usual antics of Aunt Ida. *deep sigh* Barbour has done an incredible job of creating the perfect balance of romantic conflict in this story, which is often one of the most difficult parts of a romance novel to nail—and nail it she did. By far my favourite now in the series, Willful Desire is a fantastic addition to this already fabulous series. I highly recommend it.
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    Wilfil Desire

    Loved this book• Did not disappoint. Read them all
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    Victoria tells the best stories.

    I loved this book so much. Thank you for Wills story. I am so glad I watched The National the night they did a story on Victoria as I love to read Canadian stories.
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    Frustrating to read

    Seems like this book could've been a whole lot shorter if both characters weren't written to be completely blind and ridiculously dim-witted in regards to each other's wants and needs. I felt like this book was just a basic argument between a couple, but just realllyyyy dragged out so the author can make her money off another novel. Mae's character was frustrating to read. She seemed like a spoiled 3 year old; didn't know what she wanted and threw little tantrums about it or ran away. I've never read a book and then once finished asked "seriously? That's it?" Until now.
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