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Friday, June 06, 2008

Friday Flashback

From May 2003:

Forever and Ever by Patricia Gaffney. Historical romance.

This is a reissue of a 1996 release, but since I wasn't savvy enough to have read it the first time around, I'm grateful to get the chance now.

Our heroine, Sophie, finds herself running her father's copper mine after his death. Our hero, Connor, is a lowly laborer in the mine, but in reality, he's investigating mines to expose the dangerous working conditions. This is one of those books where it seems impossible for the hero & heroine to end up together happily at the end, and it's always such a relief when they do.

The book is full of Ms. Gaffney's trademark emotional depth and realism. I laughed and cried and made a note to pick up the rest of the series at TTP in July.

Originally posted here.

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Great setting for the novel around mining! She sounds like a very good writer.
She is a very good writer--one of my favorites. :)
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