Down London Road

Down London Road

Book - 2013
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Johanna Walker, used to taking charge from a young age, is tempted to finally put her own needs first when the sexy new bartender at work moves into the flat below hers.
Publisher: New York : New American Library, c2013
ISBN: 9780451419712
0451419715
Branch Call Number: F YOU NVD
Characteristics: 373 p. ; 21 cm

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JCLElainaF
Jul 02, 2014

Nice storyline following the first book, I believe it was well written. You find yourself worrying about the characters and general twists and turns throughout the story.

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Athena48
Jun 07, 2014

This was a great follow up (#2 in series) to 'On Dublin Street'. The characters and story line of Jo and Cameron really is interesting and worth getting into.

cinseg1 Apr 24, 2014

This book was a departure from my usual reading habits. I loved it!
The story was totally engrossing- I was hooked to the lives of all the characters. The plot was solid with the right amount of romance and drama to keep me at the edge of your seat.

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kristie1125
Feb 22, 2014

Really enjoyed this book, I loved the realism of it. I really like this author as well. The way she writes her books, you get hooked on the characters and storyline from the start and I literally couldn't get thru the book fast enough to see what would happen. Looking forward to her other books.

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lilyofthevalley3
Aug 28, 2013

This was a great sequel to On Dublin Street. I enjoyed the story and characters. I hope the author continues in the series!

mrslordy Aug 24, 2013

This review describes a different Samantha Young book. "On Dublin Street."

The book is about two characters featured in "On Dublin Street".

Jo & Cam are the main characters in "Down London Road".

Please make the correction. The description is not correct.

chicobonbon Aug 07, 2013

I've read so many romance novels where the couple need to overcome some tragic, damaging past, that I arrived at this story with the same notion in mind. The difference here is that Jo is trying to hide her present, not her past. And she has good reason to want to keep that side of her personal life private. It's a variation on the same theme, but one that I appreciated.

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tinamoser
Jun 06, 2013

Great read! Great story. Jo was definitely made out to be a golddigger. loved that the author explained her character more thoroughly.

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