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The Carpenter's Lady by Billie Douglass
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Mar 26, 2010

really liked it
Read from April 07 to 10, 2010 — I own a copy

Loved this book's emotion and adventure. Extremely delightful!

Am very happy that I gave the premise of 'romantic novel' a chance. The setting descriptions were so vivid and exciting, I couldn't put it down and if it weren't for a paying job, this story would have ravenously been devoured in one setting...(-:

It's all about taking second chances on happiness. I'm all too aware that this can only happen after you break free from the chains of previous relationships and heartaches. Break free from paradyms of yesteryear and take the leap of faith that actually changes the stars.

I was moved by this story and am familiar with much of what happened to these two...true to life and dramatically cheering!

I'm looking for more of Delinsky's novels now...Hummm...there are so many that I want to read.
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