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Aching for Always by Gwyn Cready
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Mar 14, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, romance, science-fiction

What a fun story! The worst thing about it, IMHO, was the title. It just didn't grab me. I haven't read this author before, but put this on my to-read list based on the summary. Trouble is, every time I perused my to-read list, I couldn't remember what this story was supposed to be about, so I went on to something else.

Finally, I picked it up, and I am glad I did. This was a time travel romance set largely in modern day. It involved the misdeeds of the heroine's father, and the man who traveled through time for revenge.

Joss is already engaged when the book begins, but that didn't bother me. Rogan, her fiance, isn't a great guy, but he's not some classic a****** either. Oh, he has his faults, but it wasn't over the top, which I appreciated.

Both Hugh and Joss learn things about themselves in this book. Hugh learns about the perils of leading a life of vengeance. Joss learns who she is, separate from her mother and the things she images her long-dead mother would have wanted for her.

Highly recommend to romance readers.

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