Dream Again of Love
Eight years ago, when she was sixteen, Mary lived with her missionary parents in a Central American country. Her first love was Flynn, a doctor who was deployed there. But her parents are killed during a coup d'état massacre, and Mary's life is also in danger. Flynn is carrying proof of his American citizenship, and the only way for Mary to get home is to marry him.
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The story may make you a little bit angry. You will read that hero and heroine keeping on misunderstanding each other, but they can't leave each other. Maybe you will realize that it is not enough to do something you thought best to whom you love, but the most important is that to understand what he/she thinks about it. I personally like that both of hero and heroine are kind and willing to help others, and this makes they more suitable to each other.
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- Irritating impulsive and selfish heroine 2
- erin 07/07/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
Wow, honestly she has got to be one of the most selfish and immature heroin ive ever encountered in a harlequin. Setting aside the fact that the hero married her to get her out of the country to save her, his entire family treated her well. She sees him with his ex, and without explanation she ditches them. She doesnt show up to court then blames the hero for taking her as a child. She went ahead and date her roomates brother out of spite. Im so annoyed. I dont know why he loved her at all. Hero is honestly too good for her.
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