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The third in the triplet series, this one is probably the best of the three (I'll have to re-read them in order to be sure) in spite of the fact that it uses the old plot device number 21 - amnesia. Ordinarily I don't care for that one, but this book did a pretty good job and she got her memory back in the middle of the book, so I didn't have to put up with it for too long. It also had a child, Anna Jane, who has lost her parents and is trying to adjust to an uncle, a totally different environme ...more
My favorite of the triplet books, this one is about the eldest, Fallon, who arrives for a Caribbean vacation ahead of her family & finds herself on a quest to help a little girl find a friend to play with. Along the way, she develops amnesia, is found by the girl, taken to the big house, and meets the resort's owner Jarrett Wilkenson -- who has no idea how to regard either his niece (the girl) or Fallon. Really liked the development of Jarrett's character and the way he & Anna Jane learn ...more
Classic Susan Mallery! I loved this book. I wasn't sure if I was going to like the memory loss, but it wasn't over played. The chemistry in this book was great, and slower building than the other two books in the series. I also liked the relationship between Fallon and Anna Jane. It was really fun, and sweet, with great character development all around. :) This was a great way to start my Valentine weekend.
Jan 02, 2011 Jessi rated it really liked it
Loved this book when I first read it about 10 years ago and again when I read it last year. I think it may have been my favorite of the three. In this book, one of three triplets washes up on the shore of a private beach and, after finding out that she's lost her memory, is allowed to stay because the owner's daughter is enchanted with the mysterious stranger.
It wasn't bad but I always think that stupid little running scared bit just gets old. he knew her he loved her and he knew that love was not a bad thing seriously he should have handled that better but I did like the amnesia idea. It wasn't romanticized she was terrified - which I thought was a very interesting part of her character development. all in all I enjoyed it.
I loved, loved, loved this story. The characters were rich, the plot was satisfying. Although there was attraction, the story did not revolve around that. I was able to skip the explicit scenes and still be enthralled by Mallery's fluid storytelling. This is a keeper.
With more than 25 million books sold worldwide, #1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery is known for creating characters who feel as real as the folks next door, and for putting them into emotional, often funny situations readers recognize from their own lives. Susan’s books have made Booklist’s Top 10 Romances list in four out of five consecutive years. RT Book Reviews says, “When it c ...moreMore about Susan Mallery...
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