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A LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE BY CATHY MAXWELL
Release Date: September 22, 2015
Grandmother, grandmother, who shall it be
Who shall it be who will marry me?
Duke, Earl, a powerful marquess?
When my heart is given to Fyclan Morris…
In New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell's new novella, beautiful Jennifer Tarleton has no lack of noble suitors, but the only man who captures her attention is the one her father will never let her marry: Fyclan Morris. He's a brash adventurer, witty, courageous…and Irish! Even worse, her father blames her for their reversal of fortune…
And it's a fortune—or rather, his grandmother the fortune teller—who foretold that Fyclan would meet "the one,", a love prophesied in the stars. He vows nothing will stand in the way of making Jennifer his bride, but is the price too high? Or is a thing called love worth every challenge?
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REVIEW: A LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE BY CATHY MAXWELL
A Little Thing Called Love by Cathy Maxwell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When I was younger Cathy Maxwell was one of the authors I could never get enough of. My bookshelves were full of her books and I never got tired of reading them. As I got older and life became more fast pace and complicated I lost track of many authors that I followed including Cathy Maxwell. I could not believe it when I stumbled across A Little Thing Called Love on Edelweiss. I knew I had to read it. The enchanting characters, the beautifully written words and the feeling of being transported back in time proved euphoric. Jennifer was a dreamer that longed to be loved and instead endured many heartbreaking setbacks. Flycan has sought acceptance and love he wants to believe in the fantasy of happily ever after and a better life. Armed with his grandmother's prophetic words he sets out. This story is for the true romantics and dreamers in all of us. It was great to rediscover why I enjoy reading this author.
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About Author: Cathy Maxwell