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Unromantic: A Love Story

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“I remember you much better now, by the way.” Charlie said. He had changed his clothes and looked cleaner, although not much tidier, and his face was more animated, more alive. He was handsome actually, she thought, when he wasn’t on the verge of a hangover. “You were good at catching fireflies, I think.”
“And you ruined my book.” Jane kicked back with her toes to swing.
“Ye
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Kindle Edition, 288 pages
Published April 26th 2013
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Rose
Mar 26, 2015 Rose rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, 2013-reads
The heroine in 'Unromantic' is not your normal romance heroine. She's shy, principled and almost shuns the attention of her potential suitor.

Her friend, who also has a romantic sub-plot, is also atypical.

This is a story that explores whether it is possible to swim against the tide but still have a 'happy ever after'. Whether you can have scruples and still get your man.

Although the heroine is a Christian, this is by no means a 'preachy' book; her faith is more a part of her personality and a fou
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May 10, 2013 Mical rated it really liked it
A good book to escape by. The characters and plot were well thought out. The story takes place in Australia so a couple terms were a puzzle but doesn't take away form the tale. Enjoyable reading.
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Born and raised in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, LeAnne McKinley barely finished her English degree on time, achieving the last pesky credit hour with a 50 page paper on the cultural significance of the sea monster in Lake Champlain. She spends most of her free time reading books by Charlotte Bronte, Jane Austen, C.S. Lewis and Dorothy Sayers, among others. She writes in order to understand love, ...more
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