Nearly Beloved

  • Title: Nearly Beloved
  • Author: Diana Mylek
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 399
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  • Nearly Beloved She is a penniless artist rich in compassion He s a talented surgeon who was bankrupted by love Will his fear keep him from the treasure that only she can give him
    She is a penniless artist rich in compassion He s a talented surgeon who was bankrupted by love Will his fear keep him from the treasure that only she can give him

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    1. Sometimes HATE is such a strong word however I’m leaning toward hate when describing my feelings regarding this book. I was confused if it was suppose to be a Christian book or just a regular romance novel. At any rate, this book had me so angry that I wanted to curse everyone out (from the manipulative mother, son, his friend, the heroine’s sister, and the heroine). The confusing part is that I kept reading this book even when I knew I DID NOT like anyone in the book. The hero was verbally [...]

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    2. I was disappointed with this one. While I understand the direction that the author was going with the male lead, I think it was a bit overdone. The dialogue didn't flow as easily as it could have and, honestly, I was a little disappointed on the author's lack of Christian theme. There were a few mentions of the guy's medical expertise being a gift from God and going to church a couple of times, but other than that, nothing. However, it was a clean romance and for that I am very grateful! It also [...]

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    3. this book might have been ok if the leading woman in the book had an ounce of self respect or a small piece at least of backbone. I'm all about trying to show love to someone that's been hurt in the past and a little love shy but come onis guy was a total jerk! I mean there's being cautious and being down right paranoid about everything and everybody. I finished it only because I made myself. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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