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The Moment I Saw You

(Originally published by Nattie on November 8, 2003)
I finished The moment I Saw You by Lisa Samson last night. I give it four M&M’s.
I wouldn’t say it is the best book of all time, but it is an endearing story and well written. It is a story of old fashioned romance, change and forgiveness. I also like the book because the main character’s name was Natalie.

Natalie St. John is a high-powered ISP owner living in Washington D.C. She longs for a quieter life. She is a hopeless romantic who loves sappy romance novels and old movies. (I can relate.) She sells her business and buys a bed ‘n’ breakfast. Enter the professor with an English accent who needs some quiet to finish a book.
Interwoven in this story is also the story of a women who is still trying to come to grips with a father who left her as a child and learning to trust a man again.
It is a sweet simple story with the underlying message to be learned.
I won’t say it is as good as Samson’s latest work, but it is definitely a good wholesome read for a chilly fall evening.
Copyright Natalie Rose York

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