Moogudal Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. She has raised nine children of her own. Want to Read saving…. She also frequently writes about historical themes, shedding new light on familiar historical events with meticulously accurate research. It was a lovely story that makes you think that love at first sight is possible.
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I read this one in one day. One thing that did bother me and she does this in a lot of her books. Is that you see so much of the main characters struggles but then when everything is resolved and they get back together, the book is over.
Have kids? What happened with Amanda or Kay? Too many unanswered questions. I have half a mind to stop reading it and start something new. Well hopefully. Starting from the beginning when they introduce Alex and talk about how he met his ex wife. How she offered to pay half the bill and it made him want to "half slap her and half rip her clothes off" tell me what exactly is so sexy and charming about a man who not only feels emasculated that a woman wants to pay her half of the bill but also clearly has some domestic violence tendencies.
This is not even the first time he feels like slapping a female he feels that way about his sister when she says something he disagrees with. Clearly Alex is a little insane to put it lightly. And every time an ambitious woman is described the adjectives "cold and hard and unloving and shrewd" or other synonyms of the same words are used. And according to the main character it was alright for women to be ambitious but not too ambitious.
Like his mother for example was an author and she managed to balance work and family. When he first meets Raphaella he is probably 50 or 60 something and she is 17 years of age. And pursues her after that and somehow her dad is completely alright with it?! It makes me sick to my stomach. Alright they get married when she turns But it still means that he was attracted to a minor. And that statement literally put the prehistoric image of caveman dragging their women around by their hair.
How completely uncivilized. Please if there is anyone thinking about giving this book a try I hope you read this and decide not to.
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