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Love Me Tonight (The Harringtons #4)

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While his adoptive parents were alive, Judson Phillips never tried to find out where he came from. Now he's determined to uncover his roots, and falling for diplomat Heather Tatum —a woman he can imagine making a life with—is yet another reason to delve into his past. But Judson, a handsome lawyer accustomed to success, is...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Harlequin Kimani
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Starts off well... though beginnings can be deceiving as I learned with her other novel.

I finally finished and I must say that this novel was much better than the former, Once in a Lifetime. It's better written, has a stronger storyline (doesn't suffocate you by keeping the entire novel in the Harrington mansion), everything about it was just better than the other novel. Forster still needs to take a class on "how to write proper dialogue" between characters though. Half the time was wasted on r...more
I am big fan of Gwynne Forster but this was not my favorite book. There was no real drama in the book. I think if Heather had gotten kidnapped in Columbia or even taken one of the Ambassador posts it would have been much better, There was nothing more than her misgivings about marriage. She could have searched for her mother or even had her find out more about her mother since she grew up in the same town where Judson came from.

As usual I love reading about the Harringtons but there was somethi...more
The story was a good one, but I think it just dragged on so much. At times I found myself skipping to the next paragraph because I was becoming bored with it. It took me 3 days to get through it which is long for me. This is the first book that I have read from this author, so while it didn't piqué my interest, I am willing to give her another chance.
This was a pretty good short story, ended good as well...I thought it was just a single short story but at the end it has at least 3 more short stories that go with it. I'm not sure I'll read the rest as this one didn't really capture me but that's just me. Maybe if I find them for free I'll try reading them.
i lovedit. i loved the harrington brothers. the connection was great.
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Fiction writing is Gwynne Forster’s second career. She holds bachelors and masters degrees in sociology, a master’s degree in economics/demography and has additional graduate credits in journalism. As a demographer, she is widely published. She is formerly chief of (non-medical) research in fertility and family planning in the Population Division of the United Nations in New York and served for fo...more
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