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Kristan Higgins






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Center Point Pub; Large Print edition (May 1, 2011)



My One and Only (Center Point Premier Romance (Large Print)) e-book

by Kristan Higgins

Series: Center Point Premier Romance (Large Print). Picking Up The Pieces" is a delightfully engrossing book about a 50ish widow named Kate whose life has fallen apart after the death of her husband Oliver

Series: Center Point Premier Romance (Large Print). Library Binding: 495 pages. Picking Up The Pieces" is a delightfully engrossing book about a 50ish widow named Kate whose life has fallen apart after the death of her husband Oliver. She is living in a woman's world where everyone including her hardnosed and uncompromising daughter Joanna, her sadly vulnerable granddaughter Harriet, and her delightfully wicked mother-in-law Cicely seems dependent on her. What do you do when your life falls apart, Joanna asks her mom at one point.

Kristan Higgins - My One and Only Series . She snatched up a few leather-bound menus and led us to a table under a large clock, then stomped away. I took a breath, then another.

Kristan Higgins - My One and Only Series -. (Romance . In the center of the room was a huge smoked-glass conference table laden with neatly rolled blueprints and a model of a ten- or twelve-story building. So this is the Drachen model? I asked. Nick didn’t look at me, just began building a tower out of sugar packets.

Series: Center Point Premier Romance (Large Print). I have read all of Curtiss Ann Matlock's books and enjoyed most of them. I read them for that wonderful ability she has to bring you into the life of Valentine, OK (in this case) and it's inhabitants

Series: Center Point Premier Romance (Large Print). Hardcover: 409 pages. I read them for that wonderful ability she has to bring you into the life of Valentine, OK (in this case) and it's inhabitants. But this one was hard to get through and the storyline was only slightly interesting and this time that "homey" feel was just too drawn out. The discussion re pantyhose was fun for a couple of paragraphs but three pages? That was the problem all the way through: way too long. Page 33. Author: Kristan Higgins. The Hettig Library & Media Center, the sign announced. Need something to read? I asked. There’s one stop I want to make before I take you to the airport, Nick said. Do you mind? No, I said instantly.

Page 1 Author: Kristan Higgins CHAPTER ONE STOP SMILING. I patted his shoulder, then adjusted his white collar, which was just a bit off center. I think my view on romance is well documented, Father B. One would almost pity young Dennis. EVERY time you smile, an angel dies. That’s a good one. The man with the negative attitude. Sometimes our hearts just need time to accept what our heads already know. One would, except the boy has it made, and you know it.

Hardcover, Large Print, 191 pages. It starts with on Cinderella and one Prince. And everything else goes out the window. Published January 1st 2008 by Center Point Large Print (first published December 1st 1987). Cindy And The Prince (Legendary Lovers) (Silhouette Romance, No 555). 1602850984 (ISBN13: 9781602850989).

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Winner of the 2005 Quill Award for Best Romance, the prolific author has more than 140 million copies of her books in print worldwide

Winner of the 2005 Quill Award for Best Romance, the prolific author has more than 140 million copies of her books in print worldwide.

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Hidden Dreams (Center Point Premier Romance). Series: Center Point Premier Romance (Large Print). Library Binding: 222 pages.

Divorce attorney Harper James can't catch a break. Bad enough that she runs into her ex-husband Nick at a mutual friend's destination wedding, but now, by a cruel twist of fate, she's being forced to make a cross-country road trip with him. And her new fiancé back at home is not likely to be sympathetic.

Harper can't help that Nick has come blazing back into her life in all of his frustratingly appealing, gorgeous architect glory. But in Nick's eyes, Harper has always been "the one." Maybe this is just the chance he needs to make her see their potential. And just maybe they can get it right this time . . .

**************Spoilers*********************One of Kristan's funniest and most moving. The scene with the bear and the napping old horse was a scream. As usual her dialogue is sharp and witty, despite the irritating habit of making up a signature expletive for her heroines (Oh Crotch!). The encounter with her mother brought tears to my eyes as did the scene with her stepmother, Beverlee.
***re-read 1/29/2017***I believe this is her best bookor at least top 3. It has some of the most comedic scenes and wittiest, snappiest dialogue. It is insightful and one of the most moving. The relationship between the two protagonists, in fact, all of the relationships,were very well developed. You could see both of their sides, though I, at least, felt that our heroine was more justified and Nick was more at fault in their intitial break-up. I like that he stepped up at last and shouldered his share of the blame. I just wish <spoiler>Harper had not run after him like she did. I would have liked it better if he had not got on the ferry and was heading back to her. It would have been more right.</spoiler> My heart was in my mouth at her meeting with Linda and when she got the letter. And I was sobbing during her final scene with Beverlee. Her reconciliation with her Dad was so well done. Not only one of Kristan's best so far (top 3) but one of the best I have read of this sort ever.
Well this book is going to go down in history as one of my all time favorites. It's one of those book for me, that just stuck with me. This is not the first Kristan Higgins books I have ever read, the first was Just One of the Guys, and while I absolutely adore that book, this one is the one that cemented Kristan Higgins place on my list of favorite authors.

I absolutely love Higgins writing style, she breathes real life into the characters with her words, and they read so authentic. It's so much easier to identify with a character when you actually believe that they could be real people. I love that all of her characters have quirks and flaws. I also really love that Higgins books are longer than a lot of the romances I read these days. Part of the reason why I love this about her books is because they read more like a slow burn then anything else, there is so much build up within the books, so much character development, that when you get to the payoff at the end it's just all the more sweeter. I can't even put into words how much I appreciate that.

So part of the reason why I really adore this book is because it is a second chance book, two exes, and not just exes, but two people who married and divorce (in my opinion divorce is way more painful then a breakup) who end up at a wedding, where their siblings are getting hitched. When the book starts and everything gets laid out for Harper, I really felt bad for her. Talk about an awkward situation. To make matters worse her current boyfriend is kind of well, lets go with immature (read it, I promise you will get what I mean). I loved that Harper was fiercely independent, I loved that she was reliable to her family and a good daughter and sister. I loved that one of her closest friends is a priest (who is seriously an awesome character in this book). I also loved that she's vulnerable and ended up being a divorce attorney (it really makes things more interesting).

Nick, as the ex, is really awesome too. He is nice and polite to Harper's man. He's there to rescue her when she gets into trouble (think bears). There is so much history between the two of them, and a lot of hurt. And with most relationships, plenty of blame to go around. He's just such a good guy. He's the kind of guy who is in it for the long haul. These two didn't keep in touch after the divorce, so a lot of this book is really filling in the gaps of this years long absence from each others lives, all while reconnecting.

I could probably go on and on about this book forever, and I have to mention that the secondary characters/plot lines are seriously great. At the end of the day, this book is always going to be a favorite for me, and I really would recommend it to anyone and everyone.
Another favorite. I love second chances and boy did Harper and Nick need it. Both had gone wrong with their first marriage--typical lack of communication and assuming things, but when Harper is stranded in Montana with Nick and they take a road trip together, things begin to fall in place.

I love how not everything was resolved and some things were kept unhappy, so that it was realistic, but at the end, both Harper and Nick learned that despite other significant people failing them, that they both had to open up and trust the one who loved them and take risks.

Even though Harper was a hard heroine to like, being so cynical and meddling in other people's business, I understood why she would have given up the way she did. Nick packing the way he did reminded her of her mother packing and leaving. He had also been neglecting her and dictating to her what he wanted with life. Everything was his agenda, his plans, he was more important than her. He was controlling and even near the end, he went right ahead and dictated what she should do to fit into his life. I'm glad he finally realized he held some fault for the first marriage ending, but the resolution happened too quickly and I didn't feel Harper got reassurance that he wouldn't be neglecting her in favor of being a workaholic. However I did enjoy the story and love how Ms. Higgins draws out the misunderstandings, magnifying them and milking the failure to communicate as long as possible. It does seem that her heroines are always the ones making that last ditch effort. In this story, I felt Nick should have tried harder.
Was there really any doubt I'd give this book five stars? It's Kristan Higgins for the love of God. I love her. My One and Only was hilarious in parts, heartbreaking in others. I laughed and I cried. There were times I wanted to strangle (seriously STRANGLE) Harper. The chemistry between Harper and Nick was on fire, but I expect nothing less from Higgins. Loved the grand gesture. It reminded me of one of my favorite romantic comedy movies, whose title shall remain nameless to avoid spoilers.

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