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I was born in the tiny town of Campbell River, B.C. and grew up a child of missionary parents in East Africa. From an early age I discovered a love of reading and shortly thereafter discovered a joy and talent for writing. By the time I reached high school I was writing for fun and slowly getting interested in both reading and writing romance. My first published novel was written back in 2009 and it took a little convincing to try getting it published. I live in Ontario with my husband, young daughter and two cats. I love Canada. Because of my love for this great country, most of my stories are based here.
on April 26, 2014 :
Worlds Apart is the second book in the Hope Valley Trilogy, where the romance between Anjaline and Gabriel struggles to continue, despite their being so far apart.
The clear distinction between their locations is well written. The reader shares the experience of being in two very different worlds, exploring all the facets of this long distance relationship.
But complications inevitably arise when they each meet many new interesting and attractive people, subjecting them to temptation and despair. They are young and inexperienced, quite unprepared for the complicated jealousies that tend to grow out of uncertainty.
They discover that writing letters in substitute for what they had shared, and that time has a way of dimming reality, making them doubt what they had and if in fact it was real. Will they continue to drift apart as the years pass, or is their romance doomed to die? Will they ever meet again?
You desperately want them to, for despite all the twists and turns that life has thrown at them, you have the feeling they are meant to be together.
The title of the last part of the trilogy Dreams Come True might lead you to believe that they do, but maybe not.
For this trilogy is not just about Anjaline and Gabriel. There are a wealth of complicated relationships in these books and each and every one of them deserves a happy ending. But because of the complex romantic tangle that Amy McGuire has so cleverly devised you know this will not be the case for everyone...
(reviewed long after purchase)