A Long, Tall Texan Summer (Long, Tall Texans #16)
But convincing him of that fact would be a difficult task indeed. Because men from Jacobsville, Texas, are a different breed, and tough to convince in matters of the heart. They are men of iron, men forged to long-lasting steel under the hot Texas sun.
Tom Walker Drew Morris Jobe Dodd They
Longo Verão No Texas:
Tom & Elysia
É incrível como um tumor cerebral, pode transformar um bom pastor, num homem abominável e assim prejudicar psicologicamente e sexualmente duas crianças por toda a vida. Ou um pai violento também pode prejudicar, outras crianças da mesma forma.
Obs.: é o segundo livro que lei da DP que há um pai “louco” com tumor cerebral.
Apesar disso essas mesmas crianças podem crescer e com muita dificuldade e desencontros podem superar esses ...more
I liked the book well enough, especially the new plot about Crissie. Diana Palmer usually doesn't have children in her stories. I also liked how the characters just come out and admit their love for each other, without stretching it out too long and DP introducing useless thoughts and insecurites about the characters for each other. It usually doesn't happen, so this story gets points for that.
Drew Morris: 3 stars
The story was cute, although Dr Morris was a jerk most of the ti ...more
Tom Walker & Elysia Nash: 3 Stars
This was a very sweet short story, I think ut could have been a bit longer as everything seemed a bit rushed, but it was still an enjoyable read.
Dr Drew Morris & Kitty Carson: 3 Stars
Again this was a very cute little story about finding love again. Kitty was DP's typical virgin heroine and Drew was a man who didn't want to fall in love again after his beloved wife had died six years earlier.
Jobe Dodd and Sandy: 3.5 Stars
i found them all very good. I liked the first two the best.
They were all about the trademark virgin and all quite lovely, especially since they were set sometime ago.
it wasn't something that was too hard to put down, but if you like DP formular you will love these.
Susan Eloise Spaeth was born on 11 December 1946 in Cuthbert, Georgia, USA. She was the eldest daughter of Maggie Eloise Cliatt, a nurse and also journalist, and William Olin Spaeth, a college professor. Her mother was part of the women's liberation movement many years before it became fashionab ...more