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  • By Nature Lover on May 27, 2014

    At first I found the storyline implausible...six women agreeing to model for an amateur photographer/painter. But I came to love the characters and cheered for each as they came to understand themselves better and how they wanted to live their lives. Each of the women became empowered by her experience, seeing herself differently and making major life decisions about new paths and ambitions. I found this very inspiring and true to life as I often gain a better perspective of my own self and ambitions when I'm far from home and away from my regular routine. I particularly LOVED each of the airport scenes, when the airport staff would wait, watch and bet on which of the passengers was coming to meet "their man". The scene with Anna was the best and had me roaring with laughter. Overall, a very inspirational story that reaffirms the message that its never too late to change who you are or where you're going if you can make the decision to accept the challenge. Loved it and would recommend it to women of all ages, but especially for women feeling trapped by current circumstances, heartache, loss, or the fear of getting older.

  • By Romance Reader on February 4, 2015

    I thought the theme, "Finding love and beauty" to recover from a great loss, was an inspiration. I liked the various settings in the book and the interesting characters kept me totally involved. I especially loved the interaction between Sam and his family. Nadine, however, was my favorite character. I want to find her restaurant and dine there.

  • By ABWoman on April 3, 2013

    Not very well written--expecially dialogue. I felt this was not realistic (maybe it was not meant to be). Story did not keep me interested and seemed repetitive.

  • By thomson nadine on March 8, 2013

    I've just finished reading a work of art and I thoroughly enjoyed it! It's entertaining, exciting, thrilling right to the end.It has lots of very humorous scenes. The reversed relationship between the father in his sixties and his now adult and very protective children is very amusing. But what I liked best was the poweful spiritual message. There are sexual scenes in the book but sex is never there for its own sake. it's always part of a much greater experience, that of beauty, love and the richness of life.Through true and shared love, each lover is reconnected and revealed to one's own self and so are we.It s definitely a great book. I would recommend it to anybody who is open minded and who is looking for a book which goes far beyond the average.


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