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I liked both the H and h, but at times was frustrated by the h inability to be with Shane and was too stubborn at times, but that was the only thing that I found wrong.
We get mildly lovemaking at about 93% into the book. Fiona was a major part in this story as in the others, and I enjoyed this lady a lot. I loved her no nonsense approach to life and always being their for her friends.
We see more from her cousin who the third book is about and I may get it. There is no violence, mostly a story of their gifts and how they deal with it.
I enjoyed the ending and a nice epilogue too. I am not going into the story line, as it has been told, just what the writing made me feel and the character's did to me. (ljb)
Cait has eyes only for her landlord, Shane MacAuliffe, but feels she’s not good enough for one of the richest men around. Little does she know that Shane has wanted her for years, but hasn’t acted on his feelings because of the walls Cait has put up to hide her insecurity and her “gift.” Every time he makes a move on her, sparks fly, but not in a good way. Both are too stubborn and feisty to see the possibilities for romance. But they are in for a little assistance from some unexpected sources.
It is fun to read the dialog between these Irish firebrands and emotionally satisfying to see Cait grow into her acceptance of her “gift” and her own self worth. It delivers the romance of Nora Roberts’ mystical tales.
Cait Gallagher has one ambition in life. She wants to own her own pub and make it successful. So far, she runs a pub; but Shane MacAuliffe owns the building. However, she is getting close to having enough money to buy him out, if he will sell. Her friends try to get her to go out with men; but she is very selective as to who she will go out with. Cait has a problem which she keeps to herself, she can read minds. This could get tricky in a bar with loads of people there; but Cait has learned to block her power and doesn’t listen to people. Can she get Shane to sell to her when all he seems to do is rile her or will he succeed in running her out of town?