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In His Arms

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Twenty-seven year old William Brandt could not have been happier in March 1910. He was finally living in New York City, on the verge of getting a job as a teacher, and reveling in all The Big Apple offered. But then a freak accident in Central Park brought handsome, wealthy Elliot Reid into his life—and William’s world was thrown into chaos. The more two men explore their ...more
Published May 13th 2013 by BookBaby
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Thomaidha Papa
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I am highly disappointed from this book. It started so well and the descriptions were so nice to get you right at the heart of the start of 20th century industrial revolution. William’s excitement was nearly catching and I couldn’t wait for the real story and the romance to start, but it failed me quickly and unceremoniously.

First of all there was the incredible amount of typographic and grammar errors that mad
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2 1/2 - 3 Hearts

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William finds bliss and happiness in New York from unexpected quarters. A day out with his cousin George places William in the path of banker Elliot and their attraction cannot be ignored, but finding happiness is harder than both of them thought. With drama, angst, plots, potential intrigue and a wealth of history a love story unfolds.

This is one of those stories that begin brilliantly but gets lost in itself along the way. The story has a
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Edward von Behrer’s mother was surprised when he came home from his first day of school in tears. "They didn’t teach us to read today, and you promised they would. That's the only reason I went," he wailed. His cousins still talk—decades later—about the stories he spun during his summer visits to their home in Chicago a few years later. Obviously he was fated to write. That sort of thing seems to ...more
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