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3.49  ·  Rating details ·  43 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The photographs lining the mantel of the Butterfield home tell their story. From shots of Michael and Tess as high school sweethearts to images of their daughter's wedding they look like the perfect family. But behind the pictures is a different tale that doesn't quite fit the love-at-first-sight, happily-ever-after version of Tess and Michael's marriage. And it's a tale t ...more
Paperback, Harlequin Superromance #1541, Everlasting Love #35, 251 pages
Published January 13th 2009 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published December 1st 2008)
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The cheating in this story is technically "not cheating" as they were split up as young loves, but to me he did cheat as he was still desperately in love with the heroine and dumped the ow immediately to run back to her after their break. The son (once again a secret honestly an angel since birth scenario) is a good guy...hhe is however seeking them for a purpose... SPOILERS

SPOILERS he is very sick

My issues with not loving the book were the husbands reaction to having this son , due t
An interesting novel with great characters, but as it's an Everlasting Love novel, it's not quite a romance. It's more of a women's fiction story with an HEA. Still, a great read if you like drama and angst.

Told in first-person from the POV of middle-aged mom Tess Butterfield, it tells the story of her dealing with a sudden change to what she had hitherto understood to be her family. 25 years after meeting her husband Michael, and after 18 years of marriage, she finds out that he had fathered a
Jan 18, 2009 rated it really liked it
Harlequin Super Romance, especially the Everlasting Love series are my newest guilty pleasure.
It only took me a few hours to read and it had the obligatory happy ending. A little mind candy never hurt anyone! Awesome.

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After starting off in romance with books like Hot Date and Pictures of Us, I'm writing in the genre I've always loved most, young adult fiction. (My very first completed

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