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The Man She Can't Forget

2.85 of 5 stars 2.85  ·  rating details  ·  52 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Once forbidden...

Lara Bradley's breath catches in her chest the moment millionaire Gabriel Devenish swoops back into her life, bringing with him a whirlwind of emotion. Because the man who stands before her is no longer the carefree object of her teenage desires, but a man hard, distant and ruthless....

Now desired

Gabriel knows he should walk away from Lara, and must show h
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 20th 2014 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2014)
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Lara is in love with her brother's best friend ever since she was a 16 year old girl. Now 13 years later her brother has died in a horrible accident and Gabriel is back in her life to offer his support. But he is also a cold ruthless tycoon who is not willing to love, feel and risk his heart.

Very sweet love story. Heroine was a gem. I adored her. She is old-fashioned, loving, patient and persistent. She will do anything for Gabriel's love even though she knows he is not ready to return her feel
Couldn't finish. Very underwhelmed. I tried but the story wasn't engaging. It bored me. I couldn't sense any romantic erotic connection between the hero and heroine.

The hero seemed too nice and good not badass at all. Just ho hum blah.

I did like the heroine. She was nice.

The story had potential. Hero realizes he likes romantically the heroine who was the sister of his childhood friend. Unfortunately the execution failed to engage my attention.
Very disappointing story. I couldn't get any feel for this one,rather than feel annoyed by it. The emotional dynamics didn't ring true for me, and the writing had an adolescent feel about it.

Heroine's emotional age seems stuck at the age she was when last she met H - 16 and she is just too "sweet" to be believable. H seemed totally self-centred, rather than scarred by a harsh childhood, and his moments of introspection felt forced. The HEA scene is one that made me want to throw the book to the
I read the first couple of chapters and the last two chapters. This one did not hold my attention
Couldn't wait to put this book down! Exciting? No. Hopelessly boring.
Este hombre es terco como una mula pero tan belo...
he's an asshole and she is pathetic doormat.
The first part of this book was pure struggle to complete bordering on boring.But,I held on and the book picked up midway thru till the end.Sweet romance with low level angst .
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It was okay! I really had to work on finishing the book.
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