Falling In Love Again

Falling In Love Again

by Marilyn Forsyth

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ISBN-13: 9781489240996
Publisher: Escape Publishing
Publication date: 04/01/2017
Series: Outback Gems , #2
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 173
File size: 574 KB

About the Author

Marilyn Forsyth would love to live in a world where everyone's story has an ending as happy as those in her books. Her emotion-packed outback romances combine hunky heroes and huggable heroines with settings in some of Australia's most remote and beautiful places. When she's not bunkered down in her peacock-blue writing cave creating unique characters for readers to fall in love with she can be found travelling with her other half, drawing and painting, or scouting out local cafes in search of the perfect coffee and cake combo. She has two grown sons and lives, surrounded by bush, with her husband in the foothills of a coastal village south of Sydney. You can check out her website and her Facebook author page and she also blogs regularly at breathlessinthebush.blogspot.com.au.

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Falling In Love Again 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Dawncatlady More than 1 year ago
Jamie and Gemma meet in the Outback of Australia in the midst of mining for opals and hunting for natural treasures. Enjoyed the Australian setting and the interaction with between these characters. Ebook from Netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Falling in Love Again, Marilyn Forsyth Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  Romance,  Well, I love a second chance romance and was really looking forward to this. sadly though it was an OK read, its wasn't the Gem I'd hoped for..... Jamie, fiercely devoted to his dad, he feels he owes him so much. Its just been the two of them struggling through life for so long, and his dad's adorable but a bit of an adventurer, and Jamie's grown up moving from one scheme to the next. He's at Uni/College when he meets and falls in love with Gem. then his dad comes up with a new moneymaking scheme and he's off again. Gem was devastated when he left, thought they were in for a happy ever after.  I really liked Jamie, so loyal to his dad, hard working, loving and it was hard to see why he just left Gem, it seemed so out of character after the way they were together. He's such a happy man, so close to his dad, respected by the others in his community, and he just seems to have a streak of fun and lighthearted-ness running through him - except when he doesn't, when he's challenged and then I found his readiness to settle everything with a fight a bit unnerving. That's not a good move and happens more than once, made me feel that perhaps he could be a dangerous man, not the sunny guy he seems, and as a woman I'd be wary of someone so ready to use his fists. There are times here when its simply not necessary, unwarranted, he knows Gem doesn't like it but does it anyway. #Redflag Its a big flaw but the only one I see in him and not one that's irredeemable, just a proceed with caution warning.  Gem, well....I just didn't like her and that coloured the whole book for me. She was pregnant when Jamie left, but he didn't know, and she didn't tell him. To be fair she was probably shocked having only just found out, but she soon took other roads, didn't attempt to find him and let him know, and that was unfair and manipulative of her I felt. She continues in that streak when she meets Jamie. She's shocked to see him, but soon is being (IMO) very judgmental of him for wanting to make the most of his find. She has other plans for it, she calls him mercenary and yet she wants it so that she can secure a better position at work, so a little two faced of her. She takes - or at least thinks of and starts - other positions that add to that manipulative feeling I get from her. The romance is OK, the setting a fun one, and some of the secondary characters interesting, but overall it was just an OK read for me, mainly as I didn't take to Gem, and found the hate to love part of the story too easily resolved.    Stars: 2.5 to 3. Its an OK read but not liking Gem really made it hard for me to root for the romance.. ARC supplied for review purposes by Netgalley and Publishers