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Book Title: Midnight Sun|
The author of the book: G.S. Wiley
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Reader ratings: 4.8
Edition: Dreamspinner Press
Date of issue: June 2009
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In my opinion, Wiley has yet to write a bad story. One of the best qualities of her writing is the unpredictability. You never quite know which pairing she’s going to choose for her leading men, whether it’ll be an old flame, a new acquaintance, a dream lover, or even one he hasn’t met yet. This ability to keep readers guessing leads a wonderful road of possibilities and promise, all wrapped up in romance. The romance aspect of her stories is satisfying and sweet without the need to add erotica even so those fans of pure romance will want to start in on Wiley’s backlist.
This particular story fits well with the author’s stories as it is sweet, romantic, and with a stunning backdrop. As one of the stories within the larger collection by the publisher titled “To Have and To Hold,” each of the stories features a wedding. Here the wedding of Jeremy’s secretary prompts an old friend and lover to appear, throwing Jeremy’s ideas of his past and present into turmoil. The detailed setting of the extreme north of Canada gives a beautiful visual to accompany Jeremy as he builds a friendship with a local cop.
The simplicity of life is shown off in all the glory and drawbacks from incredibly expensive soda pop to non-existent Tim Horton’s and the friendships with neighbors. Told in first person point of view, Jeremy is instantly likable as someone looking for a change but not necessarily running from a painful past. He enjoys the extreme north but doesn’t exactly see himself staying there forever and this dichotomy creates depth to the character beyond the obvious. His acceptance and understanding at the end is bittersweet and very classic for the author. She rarely gives you the ending you want, but either way it’s fitting to the story.
Within a short of 23 pages, this tale felt complete and satisfying. The ending somewhat begs for more, but at the same time I’m satisfied with the resolution offered. The romance within the pages is just enough for the size and keeps the author’s reputation within the ranks of my library firm. I easily encourage readers, new and old, to check out this short story. It’s got a bit of a twist of something different and refreshing that is sure to intrigue and delight.
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Read information about the authorG.S. Wiley is a writer, reader, sometime painter, and semi-avid scrapbooker who lives in Canada.
Visit G.S.'s web site at http://wileyromance.googlepages.com/.
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