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It was a part of the story that I appreciated–how the author made the dog a huge part of her vatch, and showed the impact his death had on her.

It’s not deep literature, but her books are often the perfect lazy afternoon read. There was a lot of gossip in this small town which is expected but shouldn’t this girl learn to shut it? No comparison to the dates she is set up on.


At first, she seems like the type of women I would actually be friends with in real life. The ray around his eyes deepen and the corners of his mouth move upward a fraction. Tanto secretismos, Reto rita 2,5 pero no le voy a dar 3.

I read Ms Higgins new book the other day and it was a fabulous read so I just cannot rate this one as high as I did that one. By the way, what’s with all the growling and barking? View all 14 comments. Again, it’s just a bit too much.


But Maggie has the absolute worst dating luck. Reto rita 2,5 pero no le voy a dar 3.

There is just so much to recommend this book. I could certainly see why Maggie would envy her, but the envy was handled in a realistic, yet non-damaging way. April 25, Publication Niggins A- Sensuality Subtle Book Type: I thought I hit the button for my sister This book was no different.

As much as I loved Malone, my heart totally belonged to the Colonel I just felt so bad for her, during the entirety of the book. Aug 14, Tina rated it it was amazing Shelves: Our heroine, Maggie, is the sort I normally like. Her mother is a real mother and says some truly aggravating things that are hurtful until the heroine puts a stop to it.

I really would have preferred more interaction between the two main characters Not only that, but her dating blunders are always cringingly public and offer great fodder for gossip for the whole town the low point was when she told everyone that the new guy in town was her soul-mate only to learn to her fatch he was the new parish priest.

This is a well-used chick-lit theme, but still made me laugh: No more, no less. Girl mistakenly misses the part where boy reveals he is actually a priest.

Maggie is a one-note moron who embarrasses herself over and over and over again.

Who takes it upon himself to find her a companion at this time forward. His smoldering intensity is also quite hot.

But this is a common theme in Chick Lit, the heroine who is trying to navigate the changing rules of the modern dating scene. This story inspired and intrigued. A great friend, a great sister, a fantastic neighbor, an example to pet lovers everywhere. Nothing is really risked when you know you can’t lose. View all 3 comments. We really have almost no clue how he feels because we’re so cemented into the first person POV and all of the mis interpretations that accompany that POV.


Her twin sister has the life she envies—a doctor husband, a beautiful baby girl, a nice home. Being part of a twin set, she’s always wanted what her sister had: It was like watching an old daytime soap, where the characters just kind of end up together because they were both there. I am so in love with her writing. I am always on the lookout for a good contemporary book and the blurb for kristam sounded hysterical. This one goes on my favourites list and I will krostan be re-reading this one again.

She was so sweet and, yes, a pushover at times.

Catch of the Day

Honestly, I don’t know why this happens, other than lust plus proximity. And I would have rated this higher had there been more of a conclusion and possibly an epilogue with closure or something. She’s the town joke because of all of her oopsie moments, and that never really goes away. Sometimes cliches are the simple truth: