Read via library. Had reserved & waited for this new 2013 book. Its not. Library blurb only mentions 1st story. No idea there were 2 until got book home. Review based only on 1st story, the one I got book for. (Other, Sullivans woman, read as a novel some time ago so not rereading). Once more with feeling was written 1983 & reissued 2013. Cringe worthy. Brandon calls her love as he's English(from London), no wait a minute, he's Irish as its in his voice. Why do Americans litter their books with calling people "love", "mate" if character from Uk or Ireland? Not expressions I have ever used nor people I work or mix with. When she pulls away after kissing & says no, let her go, he tells her off for this as he'd expected sex. Too much like sexual coercion. Not acceptable. If a woman says No, that should be respected but it isnt in the book. Wasnt acceptable in 1980s either. Another time, Brandon gets angry, grabs her then tightens his hand around her throat, says after 5 mins of struggle she would be more than willing. Unacceptable in a romance. Book seems to say violence/agression to women is ok as is trying to force someone to have sex. No, no, no. Books need to be re edited/vetted if released 30yrs later to check for unacceptable writing. Did not enjoy as just personal angst, no real story. Descriptions not realistic. Cornish cliffs high, you cant be in a house, 1st floor, near the cliffs, and see down to the rocks below. Been to Cornwall, Lands End, Mousehole etc and I know. Even standing near edge, you cant see down to sea level. House would not be on edge as they dont last long there as cliffs crumble and are unstable. More research by author was required. Book just totally annoyed me. Thats my opinion.