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I hated the watery character of her boyfriend, as I guess I was meant to, so he could be juxtaposed to her real love interest. I felt as though the sex was all dealt with a little too lightly as though they were all borrowing a cup of sugar rather than giving something important of themselves. I also felt the ending was a little too loose and was disappointed by how I could see the conclusion a little too obviously from the very start.I wanted to be surprised more. Overall it read really well and I polished it off in an afternoon.
I saw where people said it was predictable. (Duh!) How many romance novels aren't? And though there were some curse words involved, the book did not contain overly much. It was mostly from the heroine's sidekick in the book. That was only to show her spicy personality. Who doesn't have a few people in their lives that don't use, on occasion, an inappropriate word unless they are prudish?
Speaking of being a prude, there was no gratuitous sex in this book! There were a couple of times where there were sex scenes, but more often it was just alluded to that sex happened between people.
Over all I think the story was well written with a little humor.(I did chuckle a little.) Although this is book 1 in a series, it can definitely be read as a stand alone. No cliff hangers.
Definitely get if you're looking for a nice light read.
Overall, the story line was interesting, if a bit obvious who the 'villan' would turn out to be from the start. There is the usual 'romantic tension' as in any novel of this genre. Even if over done near the end.
My main objection to the book, and why I barely rated it as high as I did, was the crude language that was profusely sprinkled throughout. Having not read anything by Suzanne O'Leary before, maybe it's her 'trademark' - the use of rather crude language, and if so, I will find a different author to read in the future.
Granted, one of the characters (originally from Poland) supposedly learned English from an uncle who was a sailor, but PLEASE!!!!!! A young woman running a B and B who uses the 'f' word at least once in every sentence? I'm not sure I'd stay there!.
My other comment would be about the editing/proof reading - the same thing I've noticed in many e-books. It seems to have been skipped entirely, or poorly done. While it's nice to be able to buy an e-book for a resonable price, must we be sold a book that has not been proofed/edited for obvious errors?
If you don't mind crude language and a weak story line, maybe you'll like the book. At least it's not being sold for the same price as a print copy - a bonus in that respect.