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ISBN#  1-4199-0212-1
May 2005
Ellora’s Cave
145 Pages
Rating: 4 Cups

Nan Sullivan gets the surprise of her life when she receives an E-Mail from a one night stand who is now a good friend. He is offering her a job running a pottery studio on the resort he is building.

When she arrives, she encounters the man overseeing construction, Mike Darlin. They instantly clash because he has a bias against artists. The clash soon turns physical, but then he pulls away from her.

Mike carries a large chip on his shoulder after being burned by his ex-wife. As luck would have it, she used to have artists for friends and he judges all artists by these standards. Mike struggles through the book with trying to overcome the demons of his past so he can stop hurting Nan over and over and find their happily ever after.

Nan and Mike are very realistic characters, and it’s refreshing to see a story featuring a heroine who is not in her twenties or thirties. Like people you know in real life, both Nan and Mike do things that will aggravate you as the reader, but they are so likable, they are easy to root for.  Forever On The Isle of Never is a charming enjoyable story that will make you smile.

Cindy Warner
Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
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