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Julie had trust issues from a previous romance. Therefore, when she met the new church counselor, romance was the last thing on her mind. Yet, something about him captivated her. He was gentle and fun loving, patient, and had a good sense of humor. And, he was a widower with a young daughter who tugged at Julie's maternal instincts. He seemed to be a good father and a devoted believer. In spite of herself, Julie was falling in love. She never imagined that a crisis would arise and that all the traits she loved might drive a wedge between them. Could he be trusted or would he break her heart?
email@example.com (Tuesday, 27 September 2011)
I was very disappointed in this second book I have read by Karen Cogan. While "Forget Me Not" was an excellent, wonderful. beautiful story,
I found "Love Never Lies" to be very boring and must admit that I fast-forwarded through many pages of it. I hate it when I read a wonderful
book by an author and then find the next ones to be a waste of money and time. Sorry, but there was very little interaction between two main
characters and way too much time spent on introspection and things that did not contribute to the storyline, but only served to fill space on the
pages. Definitely would not recommend this book.