I don’t know how to feel about this book. It started out so depressing that I didn’t think I could get through it. Then I was intrigued with where the story unexpectedly went. It began to drag a bit. I started speed reading until the
Canoodling This ended up being OK after a rough start. I did read reviews that mentioned light BDSM. So I thought maybe a scene or two for fun. But no. This is a huge part of the main character, Tara.
My Fake Canadian Wife is a cute novella about a Brazilian woman, Isa(Dora) living in Canada who needs to find a way to stay because she didn’t quite take care of her Visa status.
I wanted to love this as much as everyone else. One of the reviews likened this to ‘Letters Never Sent’ which is one of my favorites. This just wasn’t it for me.
Intense moments Full of angst. Couldn’t get enough of it. Sadie is a 30 something single mother of a 17 year old daughter, Destiny, who had just become a professional tennis player.
Second Read It felt even deeper the second time around. I was able to really pay attention to the details and it made it even more moving, if that’s possible. Too good.
Captivating A beautiful story of attraction and love that can’t be suppressed. Claudette finds work on the Railway in a rural town. She is the only woman on the job and it is only by favor of her father’s influences.
Another good one from McCallan I love, Love, LOVE stories where the main characters don’t get a long in the beginning. The author was able to successfully illustrate concurrent tension, conflict, and attraction.
I did not realize this was the 3rd book in a series. And I am happy to report that I was able to read this and enjoy it standalone. Also, I kind of expected this to be set in the past. But enjoyed that this
This was such a wonderful and heartwarming story. I choked up at times and felt uplifted in others. There is a kid that is Central to the plot but not one of those annoying baby talk and whiny kind. Gabe was an ‘old soul’ with