Saturday, February 19, 2011

Book Review: Wish you were here by Lani Diane Rich

Paperback, 288 pages
Published by (Forever) on November 1, 2008

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Freya Daly is all business, all the time. She's thisclose to taking over her father's Boston real estate business when he retires. Trouble is, she keeps crying, for no reason, and it's ruining her rep. When her dad sends her to Deer Creek, Idaho, to buy a run-down campground, she thinks he's setting up one last hoop to prove her competence- and she intends to jump through it with ease.

It would be easy if it weren't for Nate Brody, who promised his dying father not to sell the land. Then there's Piper, Nate's bright young daughter, who winds her way into Freya's heart almost as fast as Nate does. But a search for a valuble heirloom and a dangerous secret from generations past are about to collide...and force Freya to choose between the life she thought she wanted and the love she never imagined possible.
(Taken from the back of the book)

My Review: This was the first book I read from this author and with the way it went with this book, I will definitley be reading more! I loved this book. I love a good romance without being too mushy gushy. (Okay, I love those too!) I don't want to spoil anything but the way this romance happens is so fun! Lets just say "hard to get." This is a very humurous and satisfying read. You won't be disappointed!

Stars: 4/5

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