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by Sandra Canfield

eBook Star Song (Harlequin Superromance No. 519) download ISBN: 0373705190
Author: Sandra Canfield
Publisher: Harlequin (September 1, 1992)
Language: English
ePub: 1741 kb
Fb2: 1659 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary

I've read and re-read this Harlequin Superromance so many times until the pages of my book is badly worn and the spine is taped to keep the whole thing from falling apart

Similar authors to follow. I've read and re-read this Harlequin Superromance so many times until the pages of my book is badly worn and the spine is taped to keep the whole thing from falling apart. The main antagonist is suffering from RA (Rhumatoid Arthritis) and has given up on romance after hearing by accident her fiance's true feelings about her illness.

Paperback, Harlequin Superromance No. 519, 304 pages. Published August 25th 1992 by Harlequin Superromance (first published 1992). 0373705190 (ISBN13: 9780373705191).

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Comments: (3)
Lyrtois
This is not her best novel, but still it's a wonderful story. I really enjoyed it.
Sandra Canfield's books are all must reads.
Lost Python
This was a wonderful story. I learned a lot about how the hearing-impaired get on in the world. And even picked a few signs to make.
My only quibble was I would like to have had Claire deal a bit more with Nash's world that what was shown at the end. I'd like to have seen a bit of interaction with the Marilyn to see how that friendship developed. Also, I'm a sucker for a good epilogue. Preferably, a year or more down the road. This one was a month later. I enjoyed the wedding and and the wedding night but it was too short a time span to suit me.
However, it's definitely worth trying to find. I got it at an online auction.
Dukinos
About the book:
AmyAnn Williams: Sixteen years old and suddenly deaf, AmyAnn was angry and scared. She needed help to adjust to her silent world.
Claire Rushing: Deaf from birth, she had struggled to become a successful teacher and artist. Now, as AmyAnn's Big Sister, she would show the teen anything was possible. Except, perhaps, a relationship with a man who could hear. A man like ...
Nash Prather: He wanted to be more than the sexy idol the press always labeled him and he wanted to be worthy of the love of a woman like ... Claire.

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I bought this book through Amazon Marketplace without having known anything about the story, except that the main character Claire is deaf - which actually is the reason why I had bought it in the first place. I don't know anything about being deaf, but still (or because of that?) I liked the book a lot because it had given me a little glimpse of how it has to be to be hearing impaired. In my opinion at some points the story was a little bit too hunky-dory (that's why I only gave it 4 stars) but hey - after all it's still a romance novel and not a factual report. The characters are all very likable and Claire & Nash a cute couple. I read this book in one rush on a rainy afternoon and I had a great time :)