- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Annelise was content with life in Pineridge; Mick's home was the earth's far corners. She wanted a house full of...
Annelise was content with life in Pineridge; Mick's home was the earth's far corners. She wanted a house full of babies; he was never meant to be a family man. And the second he recaptured his identity, he would be out of her life, because all Mick had in common with this innkeeper was love?
Posted March 19, 2000
There was so much emotion in the relationship between Mick and Annelise. I kept getting choked up. I didn't see how they could find a happy ending, even though they deserved it. I was really glad when love won in the end. * Pineridge reminds me of my own hometown, and it made me want to go back. But only if someone like Mick was passing through like he is in this book...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.