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Until Fountain Bridge (On Dublin Street Series)

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

An Excellent Read! I loved this novella. I had forgotten how we

An Excellent Read!

I loved this novella. I had forgotten how well Samantha Young writes. It’s been a while since I read On Dublin Street. The writing is excellent and I like the way the story was told. Ellie is sharing her diaries with Adam and as he reads them we visi...
An Excellent Read!

I loved this novella. I had forgotten how well Samantha Young writes. It’s been a while since I read On Dublin Street. The writing is excellent and I like the way the story was told. Ellie is sharing her diaries with Adam and as he reads them we visit the past with them and Adam learns from Ellie’s POV how his actions and decisions affected her. Ellie and Adam were two characters first seen in On Dublin Street. Ellie has been in love with Adam since a young girl. Adam is her brother’s best friend which, in his mind, made Ellie taboo for him even as she got older. Yet that didn’t stop him from loving her. Their pains and how they came to finally be is revealed to us through her diaries. It was good to see Braden and Jocelyn again and see them through Ellie’s eyes. I look forward to reading more of this author’s works.

posted by ZR1000 on June 18, 2013

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

No pages, no purchase

Since file size varies according to the resolution of the cover picture, I would have no idea whether I am buying a 15-page novella or a 150-page novella. I like the author, but I'm not buying a pig in a poke.

posted by Rainforest_Reader on June 20, 2013

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  • Posted February 14, 2014

    Short Sweet read!

    You get to see how much and long Ellie loved Adam. You also see how much Adam fought his attraction to his best friend's baby sister. Short read but a nice addition to this On Dublin Street series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2013

    It is a good book, although short, I'd like to read more about t

    It is a good book, although short, I'd like to read more about there story  starting at when they got together not just the reading of her diary.

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