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He had become known for his intelligence but his father was disappointed because he had no interest in girls and was yet a virgin. The Epilogue I have to mention how much I loved the Epilogue.
She assumed that he wanted to a have marbelle sleep with him for one night. But interestingly, what’s different about this book is the fact that the hero ends up giving her up for her own good. The only physical encounter these two share in the book is about pages in when they have ravaging sex in a public hallway up against the wall. And there’s just so much to explore in this setting. Yes very naughty indeed Ms Marvelle! Jul 28, Shirlene added it. A man who is: Nov 16, rameau rated it it was ok Shelves: And in more vay than one, for though he may not recall his past, his presence in her present is rocking Georgia to the core in a way that no man has since her husband passed.
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Preview — Forever and a Day by Delilah Marvelle. He got to the pump and saw the poor condition of the women there and pumped water for them until his hands were raw. I loved their backgrounds and their personalities.
All he believed in was money, money, money. It took some persuading but foreber agreed. While I have no problem with the amnesia, which may have been convenient but was also very well done, the depth of feeling between Georgia and “Robinson” bloomed way too fast for me.
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Despite Georgia’s coarse upbringing, she is a compassionate and heartfelt person who truly wants to help Robinson. This part had its moments but was fairly boring as they’re just living an ordinary life in a rough part of New York City. She was 22 while Raymond had been Georgia’s plans were to save up enough money to head west and buy some property and support herself. So delightful and so amusing as well!
I have never read any of Delilah Marvelle’s books, so I thought I would try one out. Roderick chases after a kid who lifts Georgia’s purse and ends up getting pummeled by an omnibus. Then, the story is over!!!
Silhouettes of men and women lurked on the delilha and hovered in doorways. The side-plot involved the reason for his being in New York City with his father in the first place.
As Roderick’s memories slowly come back to him, he’s torn between duty and his love for Georgia. Still a DNF, though.
Less appealing, however, were elements of the story itself. I’m going to assume that Marvelle’s setting up for more books in a series, but that isn’t an excuse.
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Delioah man who is: However, he whines and pisses and moans about how much it hurts and how much he loves Georgia until I seriously wanted to reach into the book and smack the angst out of him.
His father informed him that he was now the heir and that he needed to go see his brother’s wife and comfort her. There’s actually a background story that explains the reason why his love life was a complete disaster.
Like Ddelilah, Forever and a Day must have been pummeled by an omnibus, hit its head, and forgot the entire first half of the book. He didn’t stay for the wedding. Forever and a Day concluded with such a non-ending that I’m not even sure it meets narrative standards.
Georgia is filled with guilt as she later finds out that the man is now suffering from memory loss and the only name abd remembers and wants to be called is-Robinson Crusoe.