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The heroine is wonderful. I can absolutely identify with Erin in spite of her harsh childhood. She has always felt something special for her best friend's brother. And he feels something for her too. But he is older and he is reluctant to become involved with his younger sister's friend.
However, love knows no reason. They do become involved. His family deals with tragedy and Erin is right there with them, helping out however she can. Her own loveless childhood inspires her to help and assist this family in any way she can.
Erin and Sean do part when she goes away to college. She is an accomplished musician and Sean does not want to hold her back. Everyone thinks they know what Erin should want from life, what she should pursue. Erin knows what she wants more than anything. She wants to be a part of Sean's life and a part of his family. And she wants a loving family of her own.
They overcome trials and tragedies and time and this poignant love story comes to a satisfying conclusion. I felt good after I read it. Really good.
A solid five stars! Great characters and a well plotted story made this a wonderful read. Conflict, joy, and obstacles to overcome are just part of it. It is so satisfying to read a story that ends well with characters you have learned to love.
Five stars. I recommend this for anyone who loves romance done well.
When Erin's date lets her down for the home-coming dance, like the true hero he is, Sean steps in to escort her. It is after the dance finishes that the fireworks really begin. Erin, who has had a crush on Sean for years, and Sean who has always liked Erin but thought the difference in their age was too great, discover their mutual attraction and act on it. At the same time, Sheridan's night ends in disaster when she is raped and beaten by her boyfriend.
Erin is a gifted musician, and as she waits to see if she can win a place at the university of her choice, she and Sean continue to see each other.
Handsome, loyal and hard working, Sean is true hero material, the kind of man I would like my daughter to meet (if I had a daughter). He decides that he cannot stand in Erin's way, that she must continue her music career, so he sacrifices his own happiness and disappears from her life. Oh foolish man, Erin wanted Sean more than she ever wanted a musical career.
This is a really lovely story, tender, yet there are some spicy scenes in it, but never gratuitous. This is the second of Simone Beaudelaire's novels I have recently read, and it certainly won't be my last. She writes the most wonderful heroes, no woman could fail to fall in love with them.
I normally read historical romance, and this is the first "coming of age," novel that I have ever read, but I am extremely glad that I did.
A tour de force through the emotions created by a gifted writer. One can only say it was tremendous, moving, awesome.
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