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Just One Kiss (Fool's Gold Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 28 May 2013
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Patience had a crush on Justice back when she was 14 years old. One night Justice and his Uncle up and leave without a word to anyone. Now years later, he is back in Fool's Gold and he is now one of those darkly brooding, seemingly unworthy men that most romances seem to feature lately.
Patience has a daughter by a man she made a mistake with, then married and divorced and has not dated in years. After all what man would want her AND her daughter as well as her other who is suffering from MS.
Patience has had a bit of good luck - a Great Aunt that she couldn't even remember, has left her 100,000 dollars and she is going to follow a dream. Now she is opening up a coffee shop; a shop that has been her innermost dream. Wasn't that just so darned lucky for her? She had just mentioned that she wanted to open a coffee shop - she even had a name and logo picked out - how fortuitous.
I understand that the interactions between the townspeople are very important to the theme of these books, which it is supposed to be charming. In this instance, however, I found it to be less charming than a bit cloying.
The ending is a bit predictable. However, I will say that about the last 25 percent of the book is the most interesting.Read more ›
The character development in this story is quite in depth. You get to know a great deal about the main characters, their lives, and their histories.
As a whole this was a quick, happy, enjoyable read that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend. It is another awesome work by Susan Mallery leaving you satisfied yet wanting more.
Unfortunately I had already read #12 in the Fool's Gold series and therefore knew how this books ended, but the amazing adventure getting there was fantastic. I got a completely different impression of Justice in this book than I did in #12. I liked him a lot.
Both find the attraction is as strong as ever, but can they get past the years apart to find a lasting relationship?
Justice has secrets from a his past. Patience has trust issues from a bad marriage. Both must learn to open their hearts to love. Justice learns the love of a family is the most important thing despite his past, while Patience finally finds a man who will stay for her and her daughter.
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I love the way Susan Mallery deals with the traumas in the characters lives and how she introduces the characters for the next book. Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2015 by lesley whitfield
I was very happy with the first class service and really enjoyed reading the book. I'll be happy to continue to be a customer.Published on 12 July 2013 by Iris Jamieson