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More Than You Know (Hamilton Family #1)

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With her consistently high sell-throughs and appearances on national bestseller lists, Jo Goodman is fast becoming a romance superstar. Her previous three Zebra series, featuring the Dennehy sisters, the McClellans, and the Thorne brothers, kept her legion of devoted readers coming back for more. Now, Goodman follows in the bestselling tradition of Linda Lael Miller's "Orp...more
Paperback, 396 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Zebra
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This book has the elements of romance and adventure in all its pages. I wasn't disappointed at all. It's a romantic treasure hunt!

It was cute in its own way. And the ingenious way of how they would solve both riddles was exciting. I believe the lead characters didn't fall in love instantly when they met each other and that for me is a good thing. And I kind of like it when Claire didn't expect anything more from Rand. She was pretty much content just to be with him and it has to be Rand who m...more
Ah I don't know what to really say. A book this length I can finish In a day or two. For some reason it was difficult finishing this one it seemed to last forever. I love the romance between Claire and rand and how much he really loves her even though she is blind. I wasn't sure how I would feel about her being blind all thru the book until the end but it worked and I loved it. The first 140 pages were so confusing perhaps I needed a history lesson, I'm not sure. I wish there was an epilogue I'd...more
Dawn ♥ romance
I found the heroine's story intriguing making me continue reading but the plot wasn't all that exciting and the hero was just so-so. An incident that stands out is when the heroine comments on what she was invited to touch. Rand is looking for someone to fund his voyage and his benefactor requires he takes godchild Claire.
Jan 11, 2013 D rated it 3 of 5 stars Recommends it for: fans of romance and victorian swashbuckling
forgettable fun. you won't feel stupid for reading this, you'll mostly enjoy it, and you will probably never read it a second time.

i couldn't help but unfavorably compare some of this tonally to laura kinsale's The Hidden Heart. lo does it better.
Ppl linger.. Blind Claire goes bck 2 SPac Isles w/ Capt. Rand 2 srch 4 dad, bro, treasure; the journey, hr courage, strngth, thr dry humor, hs awe & belief in hr, 2nds, all great! So wll done!
Marieanne Sam
This book was given by mu auntie ages ago --- I cannot compare with Jo's other works as this is my first! Quite a very one!
Quite a good read, above average. Will look out for more of her book
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To find characters to illustrate my first family saga, I cut out models from the Sears catalogue. I was in fourth grade, but it was a start. In seventh grade I wrote a melodrama about two orphan sisters, one of whom was pregnant. There was also a story about a runaway girl with the unlikely name of Strawberry and one about mistaken identities and an evil blind date. My supportive, but vaguely conc...more
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