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Remembrance by Jude Deveraux
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Aug 27, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: historical-romance, jude-deveraux

Romance writer Hayden Lane is lonely and struggling to figure out her obsession with her fictional hero, James Tavistock. Upon visiting a psychic realizes her troubles have to do with her past life tragedies. With the help of a hypnotist she travels back in time to Edwardian England where she revisits her past lives including the love stories of Callie and Tallie that began the curse she must solve to get back home. Best story was Catherine and Tavey which actually could have been its own story. Sometimes bittersweet and confusing if you finish the book you might find like I did the ending disappointing and wondering if Hayden new love would work out?
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message 1: by Pack-it-up (new)

Pack-it-up I liked this book the first two or three times I read it. But then the fourth time, I started to feel annoyed with Talis's double standards regarding flirting with other people, the general gullibility of both characters, and then, the ending in which Talis not only did not remember anything, and he was just so obscenely cheerful. Also, I would of had liked Callie as a character more, if, when she found out Talis wasn't going to marry her right then and now, that instead of killing herself, like a spoiled girl, she ran away. Because even the emotionally stunted and insensitive Lord whatshisface knew that Talis wouldn't stick around for long if she was gone. It was just an altogether depressing book, even with the sweetness of Talis's and Callie's relation ship, which is why i gave it a 1 or two star, I can't remember which because I prefer to believe I never read this let down of a book.


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