Saturday, November 3, 2012
The Morning After by Sally Clements
So when he offers her to spent sometime with him in his States home, she can't turn him down.
Ethan has always loved Cara. She is his best friend and confident. But helping her out of the Winnie the Pooh custom has shown him, she is a woman with many curves and he knows he is in trouble. The last thing he needs is to complicate their friendship so he is perplexed when he hears himself inviting her to his home.
Things get only more complicated.
I thought the characters were well developed. I liked that they were good friends for a while. They seem real.
Labels: Review Cara Byrne, Ethan Quinn, Sally Clements, The Morning After
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