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5.0 out of 5 starsLoved it
Reviewed in Canada on January 21, 2018
This book was wonderful! A happy book that was very satisfying. It made me laugh and cry and put it down and jump away only to pick it up again ànd face my fears for the characters. It makes one reàlize that other people's opinions are not as important as the people we love
I am a little saddened after finishing the complete series of "Escape to New Zealand" what a brilliantly executed series full of hunky dreamy men, but at the same time making it realistic. So much so, I'm thinking of visiting this beautiful country.
Hopefully this will not be the end of the series and Rosalind James will carry on with the Rugby players adventures! Highly recommended read......
Another amazing book in this series which kept me gripped til the end. I love this rugby team they all seem so great. This was my favourite book in the series along with `Just Good Friends`. I loved the characters in both these books and the love story to go with it.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 15, 2014
I just love New Zealand and love Rosalind's books - sit down, cup of tea and whisk yourself away into the land of the long white cloud - ideal chic lit and hunky men to boot. See if you can work out which All Black player(s) she's used for inspiration :-) Keep up the great work Rosalind - more, more, more - please x
5.0 out of 5 starsEasy reading; I just could not out the book down.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 21, 2013
I have enjoyed reading the 'Just for ...' books by this author.. I would recommend them to women who want to escape into the world of romance. Rosalind James doesn't allow you to put the book down after a chapter or two, you just have to keep on reading past the midnight hours!