Forever and a Day
Harlequin, 2011 (2011)
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Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
oderick Gideon Tremayne is taking a long walk down the streets of New York City when he stumbles across a very pretty lady struggling with her bonnet. He helps her and offers her coffee. Strongly attracted, he follows her. When a young boy cuts the strings of her reticule and runs, Roderick pursues the thief, only to be hit by a carriage. When he awakens in the care of a beautiful young woman, he has lost his memory.
eorgia Milton, head of New York's notorious Forty Thieves, cannot believe what just happened. Now she's responsible for a handsome stranger until he recalls his identity. It's clear that he comes from the upper crust of society. Teaching him to blend in with the Forty Thieves and the lower crust will be difficult at best. What Georgia does not expect is the passion this stranger ignites in her, and how natural their relationship becomes. But they come from very different worlds.
orever and a Day
prince and the pauper
appeal, mixing the very poor with the very rich, and revealing their differences. Forcing these characters together was fun - imagine walking in someone else's shoes for the day. The story is well done to say the least, the romance part well founded and with some heat to keep you reading. I loved the difference in even the language, from slang to proper English. Overall, this was most enjoyable with a bit of action and a few twists and turns along the way.
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