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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2008

    you should enjoy it if you like love novels

    This is one of the better books of Judith Mcnaught.Though most people like Paradise among her modern writings but I personally like this particular book as it has got a great plot.The story is pretty different from all other writings of hers. This book is all about a love saga between the notorious convict and also a famous actor Zacharia Benedict and a small town school teacher Julie Mathison.The story starts off when Zach escapes the prison and takes Julie as a hostage at a deserted place in Colorado.At that lone cottage in Colorado the romance begins and finally as Zach lets her go we experience the first turn in the story. Zacharia was a cynical,wary,and increasingly attracted to Julie.Passion was about to capture them both in its fierce embrace...but the journey to trust,true commitment,and proving Zack's innocence was just beginning.........

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2008

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    to tell you the truth, i didn't actually finish the book. don't get me wrong or anything, the beginning was AMAZING. i was bawling at all the sad parts. but when the two started getting together, i was like, um no. i like romance as much as the next person but not like that. that was just random. i liked the plot: goody goody schoolteacher falls in love with ex-convict, its cute, but not the way the author described it. that was just lame. and then when EVERYONE in the novel was in love with julie, and EVERYONE had a sad love story to tell, i was like this is getting waaaay too corny and cheesy. and then when she described their love life? i don't wanna know the details. i mean honestly. no thanks. so i couldn't exactly finish it. and i love romance novels. so that kinda says something

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2007

    I still recommend though

    I did like the story it was a beautiful romance however It was not so great that I couldn't put it down and get things done. What brings down my rating of the book is that over and over again she would explain why the heroin has this issue of being the perfect daughter or why the hero had such a difficult time trusting women. It was explained many different ways throughout the entire book. I found myself skipping just to get to the next event of the book. It took forever to finish

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