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on February 15, 2000
I thoroughly enjoyed the first three books of this series. I fell in love with the characters in Santa Rosa, and I was disappointed to see that they are hardly mentioned in this book. Although having Marcail move to a different city is a good way to show her independent spirit, I would have rather have read about the characters I became familiar with, instead of new ones like Allie and her family, who weren't developed at all. This book and Pretense are the only Wick books that have ever disappointed me, and I have read nearly all. She will continue to be one of my favorite authors, and I can't wait for her next book!
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on November 18, 2001
Donovan's daughter details Marcail, the youngest Donovan, move to a new town away from family to be a teacher. Marcail meets the town doctor, who is a wonderful Christian man, but she doesn't trust doctors. This book is a nice finish to the series. My favorite in the series is "Sean Donovan" but this book is well worth the read. The romance is developed nicely and Lori Wick has a wonderful way of writing books that you can't put down! Another good read!
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on February 17, 2002
I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!! it is so well written and its hard to put it down. one thing i loved about this entire series is htat ive been to most of the places that are mentioned. If you havent read The Princess by Lori Wick, you should.
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on November 9, 2001
This book reads like an old friend! You already know the rest of the family, now find out what happens with Marcail! Similar story line to Sean Donovan, but unique in it's own right. A pleasure to read!
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on December 27, 2001
All the books in the series were fantastic but this one was the best. I stayed up until 6:30 a.m since the day before simply because i could not put the book down. it was a great ending to the series!!!!
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on August 3, 2000
This final book in the Californians was rather disappointing. It was still a fairly good book, but was not close to the standard set by the previous three.
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on April 16, 2004
but when caught in a snow storm she is forced to stay overnight with Dr. Alex Montgomery, her reputation is put on the line.
Marcail agrees to the marriage to save her teaching career, but her great fear of doctors is keeping her marriage from going anywhere.
When Marcail takes a serious fall and neglects to tell Alex, it further drives them apart. One day, with the help of Marcail's brother-in-law Riggs, they start to talk to each other about their problems, and Marcail finally realizes her true feelings for Alex.
This book concludes the California series and does so incredibly well. This book is exceptional, and I couldn't put it down.
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on December 20, 2003
When Marcail accepts a teaching position in a small town, she doesn't expect to meet her future husband, but that she does.
When Marcail and the town's doctor are caught in a snow storm, Marcail either has to leave town or marry the good docter, much to the doctor's pleasure she chooses the latter, even though Marcail has a great fear of doctor's.
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