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Some may find this story a wee bit 'wordy' in that there is a lot of descriptors but I did not think this took away from my enjoyment of the book as a whole.
It was nice to read a book about a guy who did have a murky past rather than the holier than though past we usually get with a M&B. I would never have thought that I would like a story with a man called Gideon but I was so into the story that the name didn't annoy me as it normally would.
I actually feel there is another story with this book as I would love to know how they got around the 'lie' Gideon had lived with????
I loved this book, and will definitely look out for this author again.
This book is a real page turner. There is plenty of atmosphere and the two main characters are so well drawn that you feel they are almost real. Both have their good and bad points but overall, they are believable people who have difficulty communicating their deeper feelings, which is why their marriage has hit the rocks. Gideon is determined to mend what is wrong, even if it makes him squirm when he reveals some of his past. Well written and you can almost believe you are on a Greek island. Would read mor from Dani Collins.
I think this is the best Dani Collins book I've read, which is saying something! The hero and heroine both had difficult childhoods, and it was lovely to see them both try so hard to overcome their bad experiences for each other. I thought the hero showed great emotional sensitivity and the epilogue was fantastic. Can't wait for more!
I have read Mills and Boon romances for 20+ years and I think this is one of the best so far. Story is well written and although you know how it will end the journey there is not too predictable. Read it all, no skimming and skipping pages and remained engaged throughout. I like that the author laid the scene for some more connected stories, can't wait to read about Theo and Demetri. More Dani Collins please