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A SWEET ROMANCE
on 6 April 2012
Emma's grandfather is dying, he wants to see her happy before he dies. So Emma tells him a lie that she has someone and they are getting married. Going even further she tells her grandfather that her fiancé is her boss Evan Fletcher. Things go rapidly downhill after that for Emma, as her grandfather wants her to get married at his bedside. Stuck with this situation Emma braces herself to tell her boss what she has done.
This was a quite nice read, with likeable characters. I always enjoy descriptive writing. But I must say I never thought I would moan about too much description. This author described everything in intimate detail and I mean everything. From the view out of every window, to the layout of the building they worked in and so on. I would have liked to have seen more interaction between the H/h. The two leads spend a bit too much time on introspection IMO. Emma does not fess-up to Evan what she has done, till halfway through the story, so I felt the first half of the book lacked action. Overall this is okay. But this is what I personally would refer to as a passive romance story. This should also suit readers who are not keen on explicit content and language.