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I haven’t read a romance in a long time and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised with this one. It started off as a simple travel/self discovery/love at first sight story but then luckily for me morphed nicely into a bit more. I am generally not a fan of the whole love at first sight, divided by a ridiculous conflict, and then reunited to find lasting love type story: But this story managed to make me enjoy it nonetheless. The character development was well done and the setting in Ireland so gorgeous that I managed to find the love story believable despite itself.Just when I feared there was no much more left to the story there was a small mystery thrown it to keep my interest though the end.All in all, a fun quick read…a really believable love story and an entertaining way to pass a rainy day. I doubt I’ll pick up the others in the series…but I don’t regret reading this one. ( )
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I haven’t read a romance in a long time and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised with this one. It started off as a simple travel/self discovery/love at first sight story but then luckily for me morphed nicely into a bit more. I am generally not a fan of the whole love at first sight, divided by a ridiculous conflict, and then reunited to find lasting love type story: But this story managed to make me enjoy it nonetheless. The character development was well done and the setting in Ireland so gorgeous that I managed to find the love story believable despite itself.Just when I feared there was no much more left to the story there was a small mystery thrown it to keep my interest though the end.All in all, a fun quick read…a really believable love story and an entertaining way to pass a rainy day. I doubt I’ll pick up the others in the series…but I don’t regret reading this one. ( )
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At a crossroads in her life and career, orphaned Ali Dearborn always was the smart one. With near perfect recall, she accomplished a lot in a very short time. But her meteoric rise led to an equally meteoric fall. With her life and career in shambles, she travels to Ireland in search of her mother's roots - and her own. Lost, she offers handsome Aidan O'Connell a lift from his broken-down car and she gains an impromptu tour guide. But is Aidan only looking for a brief Irish Fling?… (more)

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