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Roderick Gideon Tremayne, the recently appointed Duke of Wentworth, never expected to find himself in New York City, tracking down a mysterious map important to his late mother. And he certainly never expected to be injured, only to wake up with no memory of who he is. But when he sees the fiery-haired beauty who's taken it upon herself to rescue him, suddenly his memory is the last thing on his mind.
Georgia Milton, the young head of New York's notorious Forty Thieves, feels responsible for the man who was trying to save her bag from a thief. But she's not prepared for the fierce passion he ignites within her. When his memory begins to return, her whole world is threatened, and Roderick must choose between the life he forgot and the life he never knew existed.;
©2012 Delilah Marvelle (P)2011 Harlequin
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By CAROLYN on 09-09-12

Cinderella type story

Set in the slums of New York this is a nice change from the 'norm' type books - a nobleman who has lost his memory is taken in and falls in love with an Irish washerwoman and he's quite happy but then he's claimed by his family and things go downhill for them from then on but she's just not going to give up.

Sweet, light, funny and easygoing romance story but a very very quick ending - it's almost as if the final few chapters were written on one sheet of paper. The ending seemed to be anti climactic, after investing hours in the story I would have like the ending to have been a bit longer.

This is the first book, followed by Forever and a Lady so, if you're tempted, then maybe listen to them in order however it's not essential.

Worth a credit? Yes, despite the quick ending, I thought it was entertaining but I preferred the second book.

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By J-9 on 04-12-12

Good, but could have been better!

What did you like best about Forever and a Day? What did you like least?

I liked the narration best of all. I think Chloe Campbell did a fantastic job with all of the various accents required. They may not have been perfect, but considering the various male and female voices and accents she was FANTASTIC! I'll definitely listen to more books narrated by her.

What I liked least was the fact that the author spent a little more than half of the book on just a few days and then flew threw about 10 months in a matter of a few chapters. I was disappointed that she didn't detail how Georgia made Robinson work for her while in London. She completely skipped that after making such a fuss about it.

Would you recommend Forever and a Day to your friends? Why or why not?

I would only recommend the narrated version because Chloe Campbell does such a great job. She made the book enjoyable. I don't think I'd recommend the written version because I feel like half of Georgia's and Robinson's story was omitted.

Do you think Forever and a Day needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

I'm not sure. I know there is a follow up book, but to be honest, there were no cliff hangers which would give me a clue as to what will be in the follow up book or next in the series.

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