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on April 1, 2013
I would give this story a five star rating for carefully written and edited work, and a one star for content, so I decided three stars is fair.
The content was too light, and I skipped over the gooey parts, but I liked that the characters found true love. The plot was great, although I would like to have had it more well-developed. Because Cleo had to ask where Simon was buried, I gather she didn't attend his funeral. I thought this was unrealistic, as this happens to many, many people, but they still manage to attend the funerals of their loved ones. And I think the cemetery scene was unnecessary. The story didn't need that drama, as Cleo had already moved on.
It was so refreshing to read a story that was free of editing errors. I had read four in a row before this one that were seriously damaged because of poor/no editing.