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Just Like Heaven (Anglais) Poche – 1 mars 2007

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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur (beta) HASH(0x975cb804) étoiles sur 5 63 commentaires
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HASH(0x9750b858) étoiles sur 5 True Romance (and Religion) 7 avril 2007
Par Butterscotch - Publié sur
Format: Poche
This is a very romantic book - no doubt about it. It's a contemporary romance, and the main characters are grown adults with the ability to express and enjoy their feelings. Kate is a reluctant romantic whose life is turned upside down (romantically) when she meets Mark, a man who happens to save her life one day at a college. The two of them form a tight bond almost immediately and the book basically explores the problems and excitement that come with meeting someone new and different from your previous experiences. Kate has to integrate her new man into her home and family life and learns to express herself more fully because of her new relationship. The biggest ... well... deterrent in this book is that it is highly religious. I'm surprised no review has focused on just how much religion is central to this book. The title is the first indication, and so is Mark's profession (an Episcopalian priest); there are also countless references to God and religion and life paths, etc. I was definitely not expecting a religious book, so it was rather unexpected. At times it was too much but I overlooked all the religious references because of the interest I had in the story and its outcome.
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HASH(0x97576684) étoiles sur 5 Bait and switch back cover blurb 22 août 2007
Par camille - Publié sur
Format: Poche
If I had known what to expect from this novel, I might have had different expectations and a different review. Actually, that's probably not true-- if the back cover description had been honest, I would not have read the book at all.

The back cover led me to believe that the novel was a contemporary romance novel between two forty-somethings. I was pleased to see a book about mature adults for a change, rather than Gen X yuppies on the prowl. In addition, the premise of the couple meeting over a heart attack was certainly unique and enjoyable to read.

One expects complications to ensue after the initial meeting. One does not expect pro-Catholic prosiness or lengthy discourses on the male protagonist's induction into the Episcopal priesthood and his attempts to get a new job. Honestly, if I wanted to read about a job hunt, I'd be reading employment chat sites and not a romance novel. In fact, by the time the author treated us to a line by line copy of service of the Episcopal induction into the priesthood, I was done with the book.

I certainly have nothing against spirituality in life or books, but I wish the back cover had provided more accurate information on the content to enable me to make reading choices appropriate to my interests.

In addition, I found the hypocrisy of Kate's daughter going to Catholic mass while living with her boyfriend ironic and the smug superiority of Kate's daughter and mother about what she really needed in her life was just annoying. I truly found the mother's insouciance about the impact of her life decisions on Kate, especially in regards to men, frustrating to read.
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HASH(0x97493f54) étoiles sur 5 Captivating and heart warming 5 mai 2013
Par Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf - Publié sur
Format: Poche
This is a wonderful sweet fun and romantic story. I loved the fact that it was set in my state of New Jersey and that the characters were "real" people and did not appear to fall into any of the standard stereotypes. It made the reading so much more fresh and interesting. These characters are real people dealing with real life issues. I also loved that this was the first time in forever that I've been able to pick up a read about characters that are actually older than I am. (That's how I know I am getting's so hard to find stories about characters my age! lol)

Barbara Bretton's writing is, as expected, flawless. All of the characters are completely imperfect and yet totally relatable. I loved the supporting characters - Kate's Daughter and Mother, Best Friend and even Ex Husband. as well as the glimpse into Mark's friends. The arc of the story was perfect as was the pacing. You won't be sitting of the edge of your seat throughout this one, but you will be comfortably anticipating what is to come and waiting with baited breath for the Happily Ever After.

I will say that I was a tiny bit unpleasantly surprised by the amount of talk that there was circling around the religion issue. I guess it was to be expected with an Episcopalian Priest for a main character...but it still caught me off guard and there were a few conversations that I could have done without. That said, the book was still completely captivating and heart warming..and I have no problem recommending Bretton to lovers of Romance and HEAs.

Note: Book received in exchange for an Honest review
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HASH(0x97494294) étoiles sur 5 Barbara Bretton Does It Again 22 mars 2007
Par Elaine Croteau - Publié sur
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
It's been a while since i've read a Barbara Bretton and i wasn't disappointed. I thoroughly loved this book. If I don't like a book i'll skip thru the pages to get to the best part but I devoured every single word and couldn't put it down. Kate French is having chest pains in a mall parking lot when she collapes and her red thong is exposed and a man in a Grateful Dead T-shirt helps her. She wants to meet this kind stranger to thank him and they finally meet and naturally sparks fly. I gave this a 5 but it deserves a 10!
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HASH(0x974942d0) étoiles sur 5 Mark and Kate 2 janvier 2012
Par Cameo - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I also had a hard time getting past the fact that Mark was a priest. And whether or not real priests are like Mark isn't known to me, but I'd like to think most priests and preachers are regular guys. I tried to think of Mark that way, but I kept seeing him as a priest.

Mark sort of cursed sometimes, he watched The Sopranos, he had sex outside of marriage, and he ended up marrying a near-agnostic.

There was one particular scene I enjoyed: when Kate and Paul enter the house and to her surprise, Mark is there. The way they were drawn like magnets to each other, the way they linked hands, it was a good scene.
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