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This review is from: Forevermore (Paperback)Firstly let me just say that this is my favourite Hake novel. Unfortunately I have not yet read Fancy Pants and little did I realise that Forevermore is almost like a sequel - only in that it uses characters from the other book. That is perhaps the thing I found most annoying. They kept refering to events that happens in Fancy Pants and of course I knew nothing about it. I do wish the publisher and author would maybe think about numbering their books and just making them part of a series or something: it would help be less confusing.
Otherwise, I thought that this book was better than her first two. The story did not seem to drag and I enjoyed the dialogue and events that happened. I recommend reading this book if you are interested in historical romance.
However I also commend it because Hake wrote in such a way that you are not bombarded by sentimental ramblings or uncomfortably romantic scenes. I think perhaps that is one of the main reasons why I recommend this book. It's something I could give both my grandmother and a teenager and not feel embarrassed.