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Overseas by Beatriz Williams
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Jun 13, 12

bookshelves: romance-contemporary

DNF. oh how i wanted to fall for this cheesy goodness...and did until total exasperation at pg. 191. at that point, i could no longer believe in the supposedly brainiac heroine, Kate, because her brain SUDDENLY STOPPED WORKING. plus, Julian was all-too-perfect in a very creepy way.

*****possible spoilers*****

in talking through Julian's supposed time travel or whatever the hell it was (i'll never know 'cause i won't finish the book), Kate promises to keep Julian's secret and if someone discovers his secret, "We'll manage." (pg. 185) The brilliant Kate, known for her anal retentive level of detail, magically forgets that someone sent her the book that tipped off Julian's historical identity and that some bloke in the street called to Julian using his historical name (pg. 119). so clearly, others know. Kate suddenly remembering that someone sent her the book on pg. 206, but maybe it was the mind-bending sex with Julian gave her the strength to remember her brain.
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