September 30, 2015

# Miranda Liasson # Review

This Love Of Mine by Miranda Liasson Review!

Bridal shop owner Meg Halloran spends her days making other women’s wedding dreams come true—and her nights dreaming of her childhood crush, hometown heartthrob Dr. Benjamin Rushford. After a lifetime of wearing her heart on her sleeve, she’s done waiting. Meg’s ready to find love, with or without him. Moving on feels right—until Ben pops an unexpected question.

To win the open ER position in Mirror Lake, Ben has to convince the board that he’s settled and ready to put down roots. His latest stroke of genius? Asking Meg, the local good girl, to be his pretend girlfriend. With her by his side, he’s a shoo-in for the job. But he’s in over his head because, as much as he tries to deny it, Meg tempts him. And if she learns the truth about a secret that has shadowed and shaped his life, will she ever be able to forgive him?

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I was unable to put this book down. I tried, I really did. I had other things I needed to go and get done, but I couldn't leave this book and these characters.
This is the second book in the Mirror Lake series and we see Meg and Ben trying to find love with one a another.

The death of Meg's brother, Patrick, effected both of them greatly. With Patrick being Meg's brother and Ben's best friend. With both Meg and Ben having to overcome a major obstacle in their lives, they find the comfort and solace with each other.

“Because she did love him, and not from afar, not with the moony dreaminess she’d used as a crutch for so many years, but with a deep, aching tenderness she felt might just kill her.” 

Ben is amazing! I absolutely loved him. At first, I wasn't sure I would like him. I mean he is very strong willed and hard to understand, but after a gesture towards Meg, you can't help but love him.

“Do you picture long nights making love by the fire and talking about everything and anything under the sun, and do you have the feeling that of anyone in the world, he just gets you? Like no other person in the world ever can?” 

Meg is a very fun and loving character. I liked her instantaneously. She is a hard working, yet emotional woman. She goes through so many range of emotions throughout this novel, that you can't help but feel happy, sorry and upset for her. I felt as though I was going through the emotions right along with Meg.

This book is a definite must read!! I highly recommend it!!
4 Stars!

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