Through My Eyes

Through My Eyes When artist Jill Moncrieff s childhood friend Cooper was falsely accused of a crime she had to return to the stifling world of wealth and privilege she had escaped years earlier Hiring hotshot attorn

  • Title: Through My Eyes
  • Author: Barbara Delinsky
  • ISBN: 9781551666532
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • When artist Jill Moncrieff s childhood friend Cooper was falsely accused of a crime, she had to return to the stifling world of wealth and privilege she had escaped years earlier Hiring hotshot attorney Peter Hathaway was the best thing for Cooper but the worst thing for Jill, not only because he embodied everything she had rejected, but because he was unforgivably alluriWhen artist Jill Moncrieff s childhood friend Cooper was falsely accused of a crime, she had to return to the stifling world of wealth and privilege she had escaped years earlier Hiring hotshot attorney Peter Hathaway was the best thing for Cooper but the worst thing for Jill, not only because he embodied everything she had rejected, but because he was unforgivably alluringd she was unforgivably tempted.

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    1. I like a good story with a tad bit of romance. This was a romantic story as the forerunner. Of course, the conversations and actions were completely unrealistic which is why I like books as aforementioned. Oh well. This was a new author for me to try and now I can say that I have!

    2. Well, first of all, that Jillian is kind of a whole different person but she realize that she needed peter more than Adam since he died in 6 years. Jill had loved him more than anything in this world but glad that she told him " i do love you." In the end of this book.I had no idea that Copper had a child benjji & he didn't tell Jill that he had a child instead of his half-brother & still didn't tell her what happened in the past expect Swansy that she just knew everything about Copper & [...]

    3. I am not really into Romance novelsd this is what this book is. I guess I didn't realize it when I chose it. But I felt it was a waste of good reading time.Next time I'll know not to read this author.

    4. This book wasn't really one of my favorites. How can a person let the death of someone they loved push them away when they're overwhelmingly attracted to someone else? Love is too precious for that craziness, but ohh us crazy human beings!

    5. Jill's husband died on a fishing boat accident and now his best friend is being charged with stolen diamonds. Jill hires Peter a lawyer from New York to help but more help than Jill expected comes her way.

    6. This is an old book by an author who have have read many many times. It was good, but not as wonderful as some of her later work. The story was very good, about a women who was holding on to the memory of her deceased husband.

    7. Disappointing. Unlike the other books I've read by Delinsky, this one was an unrealistic, graphic romance that was all about sexual tension, which was equated as love. Barf Gag

    8. 2.5 This is the first book of hers I've read. WAY too much bodice ripping that ruined what could have been an outstanding plot.

    9. Quick read about second chance at love. Full of lovely small town characters and fishing village Maine atmosphere. There was not much going on outside of the love story itself.

    10. Widowed, Jill has left NYC and her high-end family for Maine and her pottery. Peter is hired as Cooper's lawyer as he is accused of smuggling.

    11. Although kind of predictable and somewhat of a formula romance novel, it had some nice points and worth the time to read it.

    12. It was awhile ago that I read this book. I remember it as being a good romance story, but nothing wonderful.

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