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The Sweetest Touch Paperback – July 23, 2012
About the Author
Since Marie Higgins was a little girl playing Barbies with her sister, Stacey, she has loved the adventure of making up romantic stories. Marie was only eighteen years old when she wrote her first skit, which won an award for Funniest Skit. A little later in life, after she’d married and had children, Marie wrote Church roadshows that were judged as Funniest and Best Written. From there, she branched out to write full-length novels based on her dreams. (Yes, she says, her dreams really are that silly) Marie has been married for twenty-six years to a wonderful man. Together, they have three loving daughters and several beautiful grandchildren. Marie works full time for the state of Utah, where she has lived her entire life. Marie plans to keep writing, because the characters in her head won’t shut up. But her husband smiles and pretends this is normal. Visit her website / blog to discover more about her – http://mariehiggins84302.blogspot.com
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However, I did not think this sequel was as good. It was very predictable. I don't think the characters were as developed, and the story seemed rushed in parts to me. I don't think I want to read the third book about Tristan because I have not been able to get into his character from the first two books and I am afraid it will be as predictable. However, I would like to read a book involving Dominic.
That being said, this was a quick enjoyable book, if you want a fast and predictable read. I love that it is a clean romance, and I really like the Worthington brothers. This book however just left me disappointed and wanting more.
Boy Meets Girl in unexpected circumstances where She has lost her memory.
They are both from different classes in society and he is not read for romance in life due to his issues with the past.
A well written novel where as we move along all conflicts are resolved and one is left with a sweet taste in the mind. The characters are etched out quite well. My compliments to the author.
Well worth reading.