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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Book Review - DAYDREAMS by JoAnn Durgin


This book is the fourth in the Lewis Legacy Series. Goodness, but JoAnn Durgin does know how to spin a romance! I think you'll enjoy this one. I did.

Amy Jacobsen is a sophisticated New York writer, working for a popular and prestigious magazine called Habits. It seems an accident one evening that she meets the owner of the equally prestigious New York Scene. Most men who have reached the pinnacle Landon Warnick has are a lot older, but Landon is young, too handsome for his own good, and...deceptive.

Amy's brother introduces them, and the attraction is mutual and instant. She has a tough time remembering she has Christian values that preclude, well, hanky panky.

And then she goes to the wedding of a close friend in Texas and meets Cooper Warren, a dead ringer for Landon. At first she's sure they are one and the same, but this guy has that outstanding Texan drawl while Landon has none.

It takes a ride across Texas and her brother's snooping to convince her Mr. Warren aka Mr. Warnick is a first class fraud. What will it take to convince her she can forgive him?

Better get a copy and find out--but this is a thick one. Don't plan to finish it in one day unless you read really, really fast. That's not to say you still shouldn't get it. I love a long book, myself.

Amazon and Barnes and Noble both have it. Go ahead. Get yourself a gift, or buy it for a friend.

I received a copy of this book free in return for an honest review.

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