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Somebody to Love by Kristan Higgins
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Aug 22, 2012

really liked it

Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. It gets fun when it throws romance into the mix. That makes a great story which Kristan Higgins gives you in Somebody to Love.

A woman who has spent her life with all the money she could ever have from her estranged father suddenly finds herself and her son with nothing but a few bucks and a shack in Maine. Trying to salvage what she has of her life and start over, Parker finds herself alone with the man she can’t stand and who is her father’s right-hand man. It gets worse when she finds herself feeling things she had long buried. A relationship with Thing One is not something needs right now or wants. Or does she?

The story was a little slow at first as it developed. It really got fun when the setting shifted to Maine and the various supporting characters stepped in. They brought life and color to the book. Ms. Higgins brings in humor and fun as she deals with life’s blows.

A few times the story moved too slowly as it focused on the feelings of the characters. I had more fun as I watched them get into trouble and try to get out as best they could.

There are some intimate scenes in this book but not too much that you can’t enjoy the romance if you don’t like them. This is a great read for the beach or on your own dock watching the waves.

Note: The book was supplied by the publisher with no expectation of a positive review.

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