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eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
File size3.3 Mb
Release date 01.01.1997
Pages count288
Book rating3.2 (2 votes)
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First, I want to say that I usually like 'homespun' romances; I am a sucker for old fashioned romance that is sweet.That said: From the back cover.... Richard Foster didn't understand why Meg McBride was always smiling. She had lost even more than he had in the War between the States, yet her step was always light when she strolled through her lush country garden. Richard tried to keep to himself while staying at her Kentucky Inn...but it was impossible to ignore the spirited Meg or her small son, Ian. Like Richard, Ian had difficulty walking- but the little boy refused to let that hold him back. Richard soon realized that little Ian could teach him a lot about life...and that pretty Meg could show him how to love again...

The description on the back cover was misleading regarding Meg. She had a temper and tantrums and was sour and defiant- words the author uses in the story to describe her. She was comical according to Ms. Warfield but I didn't see the things she did as funny. Maybe I was just expecting more.

For some reason Richard blamed himself for his brother's death while they served together but anyone could see it wasn't his fault. Instead of respecting Richard when she finally realizes that she loves him Meg writes to his parents in Ohio to let them know he is alive and well- the very idea that repulses Richard and makes up most of the story. There are a few good moments but I just can't recommend this book.

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