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Best in the Dream Series,
By A Customer
This review is from: Finding the Dream (Dream Series) (Audio Cassette)
I really enjoyed this book. Usually the first in the trilogies is the best but not in this case, at least not for me. There is something about men who don't think they're good enough for their love interest that captures my heart. Michael Fury friend to Josh, Laura's brother is renting a place with stables at the Templetons. Laura who was mistreated by her first husband is in my opinion, the sweetest of the three friends. I love the connection they make. The entire story was interesting and heartwarming as Laura's daughters connect with this father figure. I only wish that not all of Ms. Robert's stories have the couple realizing they are both in love until the last page of the book. I would rather enjoy reading a little of the happiness in the marriage for at least one chapter rather than the last page of the story. Neverthless, a great read, and in my opinion, the best in the Dream trilogy.
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Initial post: Aug 23, 2009 2:32:46 PM PDT
I totally agree with you, especially about waiting until the end of the book and then finally the two characters admit their love. Which is why I love Nora Roberts' book Chesepeake Blue, #4 of the Chesepeake Bay Saga. If you havent read this series yet I recommend it, one, because it is a stunning, heart warming story. And two, because in the last book Chesepeake Blue, the characters admit their love for one another earliar in the book. Thats all I will say so I wont spoil it for you if you have not read this series.
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