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Vittorio's Woman by Kimberley Reeves
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Jun 30, 2012

did not like it

This book reads more like a Mills & Boon 80s romance (and not a good one for that matter), so it is rather shocking to see it was first published earlier this year. The characters (if one can call them that) are childish, immature and insufferable. The old saw of 'make him/her jealous' to force a confession of love is copiously employed -to the terminal boredom of the reader- in order to compensate for the lack of some convincing narrative of mutual passion. By the way, I hope there aren't many physical therapists out there who plot to make their wheel-chair bound patients feel the misery and upset of jealousy, just because they (therapists)don't have the courage and the honesty to own up to their feelings. Both hero and heroine are supposed to be mature and adults but they behave worse than my 15 year old sister.
And ladies, henceforth, carry your own condoms!

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