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Posted May 12, 2013
I enjoyed this story. A teeny bit too slow-moving for me but it keeps your interest throughout. A young widow goes on a cruise with her sister and meets a man she could be interested in but he's a sea-going man and her husband died at sea. Can they make it work? Easy read and appropriate for teens.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 1, 2013
Ms. McBride delivered another fascinating and extremely entertaining story that leaves her reader thoroughly satisfied in the end. This author is a master storyteller and I find that once I start one of her books, I just can’t put it down until it’s finished. The way she creates and molds her characters leaves every reader able to relate to one or more of them in the story. By doing this, the reader becomes fully immersed into the storyline and feels exactly what the characters are experiencing every step of the way. I enjoyed getting to know Hailey. I understood why she felt that she didn’t want a relationship with anyone else because she was lucky enough to still be able to communicate with Zach, even though it was fifteen years after his death. I hopelessly fell in love with both Alan and Karl and I wished Hailey would keep an opened mind about both gentlemen. This story is one that shouldn’t be passed up! It’s a must-read for any reader’s library. Full review can be found online at Night Owl Reviews. ~Diana Coyle, Book Reviewer