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by Jeanne McCann

Rhea and Alicia's relationship is still new when they move from the protective environments of the city of San Francisco to the wilds of Australia.Both women will be tested as an ex-lover and the near death of one of them will make them question their commitment and love.Will Rhea and Alicia walk away from their love or dig deep within their hearts to unearth the real love they both have for each other?This struggle will involve family and friends as the two women learn what it takes to be a couple while becoming comfortable with their new life in Australia.
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ISBN: 0595347916
ISBN13: 978-0595347919
Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary
Author: Jeanne McCann
Language: English
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (June 15, 2005)
Pages: 152 pages
ePUB size: 1903 kb
FB2 size: 1630 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 339
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Loved the storyline. Wish the author had done her research better with Australian facts like which snakes we have. Lots of typos throughout book such as Sidney .... it's Sydney!! Plus a sickening 'I love you' constantly.
I have read other books by this author and while they do have some minor faults (editing, typos etc) I have enjoyed them. I can understand an author wanting to set a book in another country but wish a little research was done first! As an Australian I was very annoyed at the misspelling of Sydney with an "i" vice "y" throughout the book. Also we do NOT have rattle snakes in Australia; many other equally dangerous snakes etc but not rattlers. Otherwise the book was enjoyable but very very predicatable. An easy way to spend a few hours.
*update 2013* I have read this once a year for the last 8 years at the holidays and always with pleasure.

How can you not like a novel so absolutely upbeat and positive! The romance was wonderful, the love totally hot, and the characters endearing. I eagerly await the author's next novel.
I liked Jeanne McCann's "Lucky in Love" though it had some persistent flaws. I tried her "Family Love" and found only minor improvement in her style and decided I'd not read any more. So I'm upset with myself that I wasted a few hours of my time and not so plentiful money on "Real Love."

I don't believe McCann has an editor - the typos abound in this book as in the others. Also, her style has not improved at all. Everything happens all at once in her style - the reader is *told* (not shown) everything she needs to know moments before the Drama occurs that stems from that information. There is no foreshadowing and once Drama has happened, lives go forward happily resolved until the next Drama.

Hearts strings are always tugged, and so-called dramatic events always bring out the tears, fears and "this moment is the best/worst of my life" trembling. Plus, I didn't think that the book description gave away the entire plot but it does. Do they, wiping their beautiful eyes and holding each others' beautiful bodies more convinced than ever they are beautifully in love and always will be beautiful and in love, triumph over all? Yes, they do - with the same exact beautiful sentiments that opened the book. Though they are purported to have learned lots of things in their tough (but beautiful) Australian setting, they haven't changed in any depth.

The love in "Real Love" is simply unreal. Other writers, many of them, do it just as sweetly but with characters I believe or very much want to believe exist.