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4.0 out of 5 stars Reviewing plot and the relationship of Maggy and Nick., 8 Feb 1999
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Maggy Forrest used to be known as Maggy Garcia, a girl from the slums. But, that was twelve long years ago, when she was another person, in love with another man. Nick King. Nick was a fantasy man--tall, handsome, and sensitive. Nick was also Maggy's soulmate. When Maggy had grown restless of her life she meets Lyle Forrest. Lyle is full of money and bottomless promises that sweep Maggy off her feet. Instead of living a life of luxury Maggy has learned the real meaning of fear. She would gladly run away from Lyle except for one thing. Her twelve-year-old son David worships the ground Lyle walks on. To add to all of this there is rumor that Nick King is back in town and searching for Maggy. What path will Maggy chose" the one with Lyle her abusive husband who offers her nothing but money, or the one with Nick who is her true soulmate and offers her and David his unconditional love? The relationship of thirty year old Maggy and Nick drive the plot of the whole book. Their past is as riveting as a story of their future might be. Maggy and Nick met in the projects--low budget housing in Portland, Louisivianna. WHen they met Maggy was six and from the moment Nick met her had taken care of her as a sister, and and later as a lover. When she had left Nick, he bitter with resentment, getting into increasingly illegal schemes and almost landing behind bars on numerous ocassions, Although it has been twelve years since they habe seen each other, it seems like it was no more than twelve days. Finally after Nick finds out about Maggy's abuse Maggy goes with Nick to ponder over her future: with or without Nick.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a GREAT romance/suspense book., 14 Oct 1997
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Do you like romance and suspense, all rolled into one? If you do, then this is the book for you. It is about a mother who runs into her old boyfriend (who also happens to be her sons father, although he doesn't know). Her husband has spent most of their married life abusing her, and poisining her sons mind against her. Then in walks the old boyfriend and sparks fly. That is where the suspense comes in and where I take off. It is a wonderful read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 22 Oct 1996
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Excellent, a severe page turner. Unique in that this book
is not like all the rest. Took alot to put this book down!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable Book, 16 Aug 1999
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This book has an enjoyable plot. It is easy to understand Maggy, and feel sorry for her because she made such a big mistake in the past. There is romance and a bit of suspence in the air which contributes to sparkle the story.
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