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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2007

    good but not great

    I liked this book, especially the beginning, but towards the end it started to drag. I thought that there should have been more interaction between the two main characters even after they had broken up. It just seemed like it focused more on Gemma and didn't focus on their relationship at all. I really liked these two characters but it could have been better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2005

    Good

    I liked the pace of this book. The Characters were realistic and had quirks and issues that are human. It has some funny parts to it. I like the main character Gemma.. she seems more like the all around girl (but different). Very relatable. The main characters get together quick.. no playing around.. I like that.. no games.. then life gets in the way.. just like many people have happen. Solid read.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine Dante contemporary romance

    After a boring blind date set up byher hero cousin, NY Blades hockey star Michael Dante, Golden Bough bookstore owner Gemma Dante wonders if she will find true love. Her best friend Francis Hoffman encourages Gemma, a practicing witch, to cast a love spell. Gemma decides it cannot do any harm so she does.--- The next day computer coder Uther Abramowitz enters the store carrying a brochure in which Gemma offers lessons on reading the Tarot. That night firefighter Sean Kennealy and two of his peers visit Gemma in her Manhattan apartment pretending they are on duty so that they can persuade her to stop burning the incense that stinks up the building. Gemma wonders whether the customer or the Blue Eyes firefighter is her true love. One will prove to be her beloved though he is embarrassed by her religion; the other will turn out to be false and dangerous.--- The latest Dante contemporary romance stars an interesting female protagonist whose mother scorns her and one of her potential lovers does likewise. The fine story line also includes the return of stars from Deidre Martin¿s previous Manhattan tales (see FAIR PLAY) though hockey plays less of a role this time around even with the catalyst of a charity game between the firefighters and the Blades. Fans of opposites attract novels will enjoy this solid story though the late suspense seems more like two minutes in the penalty box for high sticking after the game is won.--- Harriet Klausner

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