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Journey of the Heart [Mass Market Paperback]

Marjorie Farrell


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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful. A book to read! 7 Sep 1999
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When I picked up this book I simply could not put it down because I just had to know the outcome!! The characters were very well and realistically deacribed and the beauty yet problems that you may find in love. "True love runs never smooth". I guess I also loved this book due to my passion for horses. It is a book which I read in one time staying up till dawn just to be able to finish it. Definately one to read!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Very Interesting! 19 Nov 1998
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When I first picked up this book and started to read, I thought it rather silly, not in a good way either. But I did stay up reading until the wee hours of the morning. Not because I was at all interested in Gabe Hart and Caitlin Burke. I couldn't put it down because I was fascinated with the seconday character Juan Chaves AKA Jonathon Rush. Gabe is a sweet character and Caitlin can be thoughtless and somewhat spoiled. Gabe is just not my kind of character. I love the ones that you wouldn't want to meet alone, on a dark street. Juan is that and I love him for it. I found myself skipping pages just so I could find out more about Juan Chavez. I felt sorry that he doesn't have a book of his own, but he does have a happy ending. To my mind he was better developed than Gabe Hart. So I can't recommend this book, because I found myself too fascinated with the secondary characters, that I forgot about the main ones!!
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