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Posted August 12, 2005
Breena Quinlan has been betrayed in the worst way and now she's gone into hiding--from the world, from her feelings, even from herself--but can Seth Tucker find the woman within and show her how to live again? This appears to be Forbes' 3rd book for Silhouette Special Edition. I appreciated meeting Breena and Seth right away. They seemed like interesting people but then we had to wait until chapter 5 before they're together again. It's a romance. I wanted to see the hero and heroine together. The writing was very choppy, a lot of fragmented sentences that grew weary over time, jarring. We had a third viewpoint--Hallie--and her voice sounded different but the hero/heroine's voice sounded somewhat the same and a lot of the words the hero used didn't sound like something a man would say/think. The plot was pretty standard, no surprises. It took so long to get to the romance that I never came to care for the hero and heroine but I did like Hallie. The minor characters (ex-husband/ex-wife) were one dimensional, basically evil characters and therefore unbelievable. Okay, but not great--3 starsWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.