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Posted October 26, 2010
Takes place in Canada, great read
Anna sent me this book for honest review and it is autographed what more could I ask for? I really enjoyed the book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Maggie Evan and Stefan Chapeski were high school sweethearts in a small town Harmony, Canada . Stefan called Maggie and wanted her to meet him in Hunysville about forty-five minute drive from Harmony. she started out and a very bad winter storm hit and she could not control her car so she went over an embankment. She thought she was going to freeze but finely Stefan came hunting her and found her before it was too late.
Maggie had left Stefan at the alter after they graduated high school and ran away. Her parents had been killed in an accident so she was raised by her Godmother.
Twelve years later, Maggie had gone to Toronto where she had failed in everything she had tried to do, She had worked and barely made enough to feed her and her eleven year old daughter. So she had decided it was time to return home and start over, but she knew she would have to face Stefan and that was something she was not looking forward too. Her daughter Riley was not happy about moving to this small town where they did not even have cable nor a dish network.
After they arrived and Maggie's Godmother took them in and was so happy to do so, things begin to look up, Maggie found a job, and she was still in love with Stefan, always had been but she tried to stay away from him. Things happened that she had no control over as another jealous woman. The funny part about this book was the cat, it seemed to be for Maggie and like an angel watching over her. It liked her but hated her rivals. Great story plot to read and I really enjoyed it.
The only thing I could not understand was the way Canada does their weather and miles on the highway. I see degree F and miles where the books states kilometer and celsius. Since the town was Irish and Polish there was a little I didn't understand about the language. A great read anyway.
Thanks to the author Anna Dynowski for sending me this copy for review. I hope to get more from her in the future.