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Cross My Heart

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

28 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

Wow

## Holy cow....you must read this book. It was FAB-U-LOUS! It's the second book in this series, after 'the millionair's wish' (which i loved as well). These two leading characters have the most electrifying chemistry. They are so different, yet so perfect for each othe...
## Holy cow....you must read this book. It was FAB-U-LOUS! It's the second book in this series, after 'the millionair's wish' (which i loved as well). These two leading characters have the most electrifying chemistry. They are so different, yet so perfect for each other. The story kept me entertained and smiling through out. At one point i ordered my teenage kids a pizza and put off the cooking til the next day just so i could finish it (ok so i wont be winning any parenting awards tonight). I very rarely like a book this much. Nice job Ms. Strom.

posted by 9394860 on April 23, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

The Rocker Meets the Dr.

This is the second book in the Landry Series. The romance between Jenna Landry and Dr. Michael Stone is one of opposites attract and combust. They both learn about themselves and grow as individuals with the help of the other. We also get to see the angst of a parent...
This is the second book in the Landry Series. The romance between Jenna Landry and Dr. Michael Stone is one of opposites attract and combust. They both learn about themselves and grow as individuals with the help of the other. We also get to see the angst of a parent and child (Michael and his daughter Clare) wanting to foster a relationship. At 168 pages this is a really quick read. Basically Michael and Jenna want a relationship but they make it way too complicated getting to that point. Sometimes it seemed Clare had more sense regarding their “wanna be” relationship than the adults. The ending is predictable and by that time, you want to strangle the both of them. The story was cute yet frustration.

posted by DaisyLA on June 29, 2013

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