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Midnight My Love Paperback – October 15, 2014
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About the Author
Anne Marie is a Texas girl, born and raised. Romance is her passion. She loves to read and write about men and women falling in love, overcoming life's obstacles, and living happily ever after. She writes spicy Contemporary Western novels as well as Regency Historicals. Married to her high school sweetheart, Anne Marie and her husband spend their leisure time working (actually playing) in the yard and renovating their 1956 custom-built house on two one-acre lots in the middle of the city. They have two grown children, three white rabbits, two mischievous cats, and one sweet puppy dog. Visit Anne Marie at www.annemarienovark.com
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M. J. Donahue (The Pearl Affair, Feb. 2012)
The story was kinda anti-climatic, the story is more about getting to know each other than overcoming problems but was set up like there was a huge issue.
All in all it has a HEA and thats important for me.
I liked the way the astronomy was played up throughout this story, and how Damien was so supportive of Alex's research all the way through the book. This was some good research by the author.
I also liked the side love story of Robert and Jenny, and how Felicia was such a nasty villain in trying to hold Robert to their engagement even though there was no love.
My main complaint is that I did not like Damian running off with his former mistress at the slightest provocation, even if he did not go through with it. It was unecessary rub Alex's nose in his past, even if he misunderstood her non-attraction to her neighbour. I find that this book was not memorable except this and for the astronomy angle.
This book is much better than most 99 cent Regency romance novels.
I thought it was sweet instead of steamy.
I also liked how the subplot was told.
I can't do a better job summarizing
than what's been said, so will just add
my vote for a great book at an excellent price!
She was truly brilliant and courageous. She did not shy away from the passion of the heavens. Something in which so little was known during her time. The authors continuous reinforcement of the heroine's strength while keeping her feminity at the surface was truly extraordinary.
This is a story of romance in the Jane Austen fashion rather than steamy romantic fiction. Mismatched partners and misunderstandings are unravelled as the story develops.
The characters - even the secondary figures - are engaging and the story develops with pace and twists to keep your interest.