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3.0 out of 5 starsGood Writing
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2011
I hate to give bad reviews and normally don't reveiw on anything unless I am giving it a 5 star, but I thought I would anyway on this one. It was written really well, there were not grammer or spelling errors and there are a lot of people that will most likely love it, but I typicaly love a really strong alpha male, and a stubborn female. I purchased this book and stopped about half way through, which is rare for me because I just could not get attached to the characters at all. I know it is part of a series though, so maybe if I read it from the first book, I would like it better. If you like a softer romance, then you would probably love this one. I think it may just be the desire line that I don't like as much. This author is really good though so if you are a desire line fan, then I am sure you will really like it.
I loved the book. The author made the characters have many layers that he developed over the course of the book that kept you interested in reading. This book is well written and made it hard for me to put it down. I would recommend that a person who likes romance buy it and enjoy it..
Another heart-wrenching Landis' saga that grabs the reader from the very first page to the last. This romantic tale has its main idea built on trust. The trust between Jonah and Eloisa flourishes rapidly and is cemented by their undying love for each other. The saying 'action speaks louder than words' ring true here. Kudos to Catherine Mann for another well-written novel.
Johan is a sweetheart. He thinks he knows his wife Eloisa but he doesn't know have of her fears. But little by little she starts opennig to him and hopes that he will forgive her for the one thing she did not mention. It is a great ending for the Landis dynesty.
I bought this book as a gift idea for a female friend who enjoyed reading the series that goes along with this book. The individual was very pleased with the book and made a part of her already growing collection of novels written by Catherin Mann.