Where Dreams Are Born

  • Title: Where Dreams Are Born
  • Author: M.L. Buchman
  • ISBN: 9781469996769
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Where Dreams Are Born One calendar Twelve lighthouses Two hearts Cassidy Knowles stands on the wind torn bluff and clutches the calendar of lighthouses The last gift from her father with a dozen letters for a final year l
    One calendar Twelve lighthouses Two hearts.Cassidy Knowles stands on the wind torn bluff and clutches the calendar of lighthouses The last gift from her father, with a dozen letters for a final year long journey together From vineyard roots, Cassidy has climbed up the food and wine critic ladder, leaving her rural roots far behind.Russell Morgan, 28 on the latest mOne calendar Twelve lighthouses Two hearts.Cassidy Knowles stands on the wind torn bluff and clutches the calendar of lighthouses The last gift from her father, with a dozen letters for a final year long journey together From vineyard roots, Cassidy has climbed up the food and wine critic ladder, leaving her rural roots far behind.Russell Morgan, 28 on the latest most eligible list, the last guy on the planet Cassidy wants Fine with him He has no desire for the driven, urban fashionista, never touch nature Cassidy Knowles He sets his dream by a calendar of lighthouses The genesis of a sailing journey A journey that keeps leading him to the last woman he d ever want.Where can two hearts chart the same course In the warmth around Angelo s Hearth.

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    About M.L. Buchman


    1. M.L Buchman has over 50 novels and 40 short stories in print Military romantic suspense titles from his Night Stalker, Firehawks, and Delta Force series have been named Booklist Top 10 Romance of the Year 2012, 2015, 2016 His Delta Force series opener, Target Engaged, was a 2016 Romance Writers of America RITA finalist In addition to romance, he also writes thrillers, fantasy, and science fiction.In among his career as a corporate project manager he has rebuilt and single handed a fifty foot sailboat, both flown and jumped out of airplanes, and designed and built two houses Somewhere along the way he also bicycled solo around the world He is now making his living as a full time writer on the Oregon Coast with his beloved wife and is constantly amazed at what you can do with a degree in Geophysics You may keep up with his writing and receive a free 4 novel starter e library by subscribing to his newsletter at mlbuchman.


    247 Comments


    1. I had a hard time connecting with the writer. I couldn't pinpoint what it was. The story wasn't free flowing, therefore I felt disconnected from the MCs. The premise was good but it didn't hold my interest, I had to skim through. I didn't warm to the hero.I read the author's notes at the end of the book and the author revealed his gender. I wonder if I had a hard time connecting to this story because the author is a man? I found this contemporary romance unromantic. I had this experience once be [...]

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    2. Good hurricane reading - kept me interested while the electricity was out. Strong characters with interesting, sharp personalities. It's a good thing they found each other because each was just quirky enough to make matchmaking difficult.

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    3. What a great read. I wasn't even sure Russell and Cassidy were even going to get together at all. They had such a rough start, mutual dislike. You pretty spend the entire book with them even getting to a point of liking one of another. That's the best part all they work through and the different directions their lives take. If you are looking for a typical romance where they fall into bed then figure out the relationship this book is not for you, but if you want a more true to life romance read [...]

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    4. I really enjoy this author's military romances and didn't know what to expect in this new (to me) series, except for great writing, of course!The main characters are expatriate New Yorkers seeking a new path, both personal and professional. I enjoyed the slow unfolding of the story, developing their relationship in a strong, realistic way. The settings added to the depth of the story and made me long to visit them. Recommend to anybody looking for an emotional romance.

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    5. Too much specialist description. I really don't care for precise and detailed descriptions of shopping in an outdoors store or wine tasting or the minute details of a sailing boat. I kept losing the story in this minutiae.

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    6. It started off a bit rocky, with the male protagonist being very difficult for very little reason. However it was rewarding to see them slowly get to know and like each other over the whole book. The love felt earned.

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    7. For me this book was neither bad nor great. I can't think of anything I didn't like about it, and I enjoyed reading it, but I didn't LOVE it like I loved the first two Night Stalkers books.

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    8. great read. loved the sailing scenes, characters, and realistic story line. I hope this is a series!

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