Clementine by R. Jean Wilson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Call it kismet, fate, or instant attraction but the second Addison Caldwell meets Dr. Holden Taylor she is struck by a familiarity and undeniable attraction to the handsome man. Addison finds her thoughts overwhelmed by the images the handsome doctor has given her, she only regrets they might not meet again. Fortunately they do, and a friendship ensues that does not have any rules, but the lines of what they are to one another are a little fuzzy for Addison and when she has to leave to continue her college education everything changes.
I thought this story was paced so well, it was not instant mushy or happily ever after. There was a cultivated friendship that developed, but they left a lot unsaid. This was romantic, charming, and everything a good love story should be. Delightful read.
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