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Heartbeat Away [NOOK Book]

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Lucy McTavish has loved Daniel Brown since they were children, and he returned her feelings from the very first. His home, a farm in the English countryside, was a refuge from her unhappy childhood, his heart a shelter for her own. Daniel said they'd always be together--but that's a promise he's unable to keep....

Angry and grieving, Lucy goes to London and prepares to move on with her life. But Daniel is never far from her thoughts. Then one morning she meets a stranger in the...

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Overview


Lucy McTavish has loved Daniel Brown since they were children, and he returned her feelings from the very first. His home, a farm in the English countryside, was a refuge from her unhappy childhood, his heart a shelter for her own. Daniel said they'd always be together--but that's a promise he's unable to keep....

Angry and grieving, Lucy goes to London and prepares to move on with her life. But Daniel is never far from her thoughts. Then one morning she meets a stranger in the park. The connection between them is immediate and powerful, and in the days that follow, Lucy knows Daniel has kept his promise after all.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552549698
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 11/1/2004
  • Series: Harlequin Everlasting Love Series
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 206 KB

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  • Posted January 2, 2011

    horrible

    this book was very strange and too too sexual

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a fascinating contemporary romance .

    Lucy McTavish and Daniel Brown have loved each other since they met as children. His family farm was her escape from her unhappy home. With Daniel she felt needed and cared for and he swore he would always be there for her.---------------- That promise proved impossible when Daniel dies in an accident. She leaves the countryside for London to escape her memories, but though she has a boyfriend in Alex, Lucy always dreams of her beloved Daniel. Not paying attention while crossing the street, Lucy is hit by a car Ben Carlisle, whom she just met in the park, saves her life. Alex has no time for a broken girlfriend so he dumps her while Ben stays with her while she heals. Somehow Lucy knows Daniel kept his promise when he sent her Ben.---------------- Mindful in some ways of the movie Heaven Can Wait, A HEARTBEAT AWAY is a fascinating contemporary romance starring a delightful protagonist who finds surviving her beloved undesirable until she meets a guy named Ben, whom she thinks was sent by her Daniel to her. The story line focuses on the emotions of Lucy following the tragic death of Daniel as at times she provides her inner perspective. Eleanor Jones provides a poignant character study.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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