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A Season Beyond a Kiss by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
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Jun 24, 12

Read in June, 2012

The language through first two hundred pages of marital bliss was so cloyingly overdone and full of irritating bodice ripper minutia, I almost didn't give it a chance. However, if you do get through it, when the going gets tough for the main characters, the good story starts. I loved Jeff who reminded me of my husband in his decisiveness and unwillingness to settle for less than the best, even from his love. It gets all silly towards the end with the hilarious German baddie, but the middle (pages 200-300) is worth a read. The reason I picked this book up in the first place was that its about what happens after they are already married, not the typical "happily thereafter" plot. I also liked that Jeff was older but patient with her obvious youth. A fair amount of plot is also from "his" prospective, where she does the declaring of love to him, which is unusually refreshing.
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