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“Wonderful!”

Written on: 06/12/2011 by CelticGirl (5 reviews written)

Katie O'Connor is a spunky young woman with high standards for herself and the man she will marry. But when she breaks her father's curfew with Jack one too many times, she finds herself punished for the summer. Her punishment? Spend the summer volunteering at the Boston Children's Aid Society, which she finds makes her childhood nemesis, Luke McGee, her boss. I LOVED reading A Hope Undaunted! Katie, being the baby of the O'Connor family, was always a minor character and seeing her all grown… Read Full Review

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“"The boy she loved to hate becomes the man she hates...”

Written on: 01/01/2011 by busymommy01 (4 reviews written)

"The boy she loved to hate becomes the man she hates to love..." Whew! If that one line doesn't get you, I don't know what will! In her fourth book, Julie continues the story of the O'Connor clan with the story of feisty Katie.The youngest of the O'Connor family, readers of the Daughter's of Boston series will remember as a spunky, sassy little girl too big for her britches. And no one can forget Cluny McGee, the bane of her 10-year-old exsistence! You can only imagine the sparks that fly when… Read Full Review

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