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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 26 September 2004
Daniel Murphy has never gotten stargazing out of his system. Even as he and his young son hide out in Button Creek, Texas, the ex-astronomy professor still finds excitement in the stars. When a stunning new waitress from out of town -- way out of town -- starts working at the local diner, Daniel finds watching her even more exciting. Every red-blooded male around, in fact, has eyes for this bewitching stranger. Zara is a little bit more unusual than most women, and is oddly unfamiliar with cars, washing machines, and many other everyday appliances. But what the good-looking single dad doesn't realize is that passionate chemistry between them could take them both a lot farther than he ever imagined. Because Zara's come a long, long way looking for one perfect man...
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on 25 July 2007
I thought this book was fab, I could not put it down because it was such a different concept which made it so much more interesting to read. I fell in love with the charactors and thought the book made me empathize with them throughout. Although this is a book about an alien you find yourself captued in the story as if it is real. Recommended read for a lovely out of this world love story.
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