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One True Love by Barbara Freethy
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Sep 16, 12

Read from September 15 to 16, 2012

I admit...romance is one of my favorite genre.  No matter that the plot is predictable, I still love them.  They're sometimes a bit too mushy for my taste, but so long as they don't go too far beyond my limit, I still love them.  They're easy to read, and best of all, they've either for the tug-of-the-heart or squirm-in-your-seat factor.  I love some tugging and squirming.

This novel has actually two parallel love stories.  Though it was clearly Lisa's and Nick's primarily, for me it was equally that of Maggie's and Jeremy's.    They're related as the characters knew each other, but their respective stories were coursed differently. 

Lots of heartwarming themes:  romantic love, lost love, family, friendship, children, miracles.  Everything's here, nothing more that a hopeless romantic could ask for.
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