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About That Man (The Trinity Harbor Trilogy #1)

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  977 ratings  ·  47 reviews
The picture-perfect town of Trinity Harbor, Virginia, is in an uproar when Robert "King" Spencer's sensible spinster daughter takes in a modern-day Huck Finn she found hot-wiring her car. But Daisy, a spirited beauty with a tragic past, needs this orphaned 10-year-old boy to love. She's confident she can handle her bullheaded father (the self-appointed town patriarch), her ...more
Paperback, 408 pages
Published June 1st 2001 by Mira Books (first published 2001)
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Adriana Fogaça
The Trinity Harbor Trilogy 01
Sobre Aquele Homem
Sherryl Woods
H.C.P. Sucessos 42
2013

Não sei o que acontece, mas estou me apaixonando com muita facilidade, pelos personagens e pelas estórias que ando lendo.

Será que o meu senso critico não funciona mais?

O que fazer?

Tô em crise.

Deixando minha paranóia de lado. Devo dizer que amei este livro (tô falando!!!). Os personagens são ótimos e enredo é muito cativante.

A autora consegui desenvolver a estória de uma forma que nos prendeu totalmente a atenção.
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Anne Holly
I enjoyed this. The characters were pretty vivid and likeable, and the situation was compelling. I particularly liked the hero and heroine, and I related to both of them well. The kid was okay, if a bit surly. The writing was fine, and the dialogue was realistic and occasionally quite charming. It held my attention, and made me glad to read it.

However, I can honestly say I hated, hated, hated this frigging town. This book could not have a full HEA, in my opinion, unless it ended with them drivin
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Donna
This book was ok. It was a little hard to get into and some of the characters were a little over-written, i.e. the interfering father was a little too interfering, etc. It was more interesting by the end. Her newer books are much better.
Bark's Book Nonsense
Still updating my old reads. Ugh, what a tedious task. I read this many years ago for All About Romance. The review is archived HERE .
Cris
É bem fácil se apaixonar pelos livros da Sherryl Woods. Eles tem tudo que eu gosto: cidadezinha bucólica, pessoas de verdade, dramas reais e homens cabeçudos.

Daisy é uma professora de cidade pequena que acolhe em sua casa um órfão de 10 anos, Tommy, que é uma peste! Desde a morte da mãe o moleque tem aprontado todas na cidade e pulado de casa em casa, o menino é praticamente um delinquente juvenil em formação. Ela acha o garoto aprontando em sua garagem e pede a guarda dele para a Assistência So
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Kate McMurry
Small town adventures full of tenderness and fun!

Daisy Spencer, the repressed 30-year-old daughter of the richest man in Trinity Cove, Virginia, fears that the most important things in life have passed her by--a husband and family. Then she catches a scared, defiant, runaway orphan hot-wiring her car, and it seems like a sign from heaven. Finally someone really needs her, and she is determined to take troubled, young Tommy into her heart and home. Her family vociferously disagrees with her decis
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Chrissy
It had the potential of a pretty good storyline, after all, the description lent me to believe it was a deeper story than it turned out to be. But, after I got to chapter 11, I had enough. Maybe its just because its not my type of book? I like books about life and overcoming, and don't mind the occasional romance, but the story seems to take a backseat to the ridiculous romance.

Daisy is a single woman in a small town who will never have children of her own. Jilted because of this revelation, sh
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Jm
Lorsque Daisy Spencer, fille du plus riche notable de Trinity Harbor, découvre le petit Tommy Flanagan dans son garage en train d’essayer de lui voler sa voiture, elle décide d’accueillir chez elle le jeune orphelin. En tout cas le temps que les services sociaux de la ville trouvent s’il lui reste de la famille. Même si secrètement elle rêve que Tommy demeure pour toujours avec elle car il est peut-être bien sa seule chance d’avoir un enfant à elle. Une chose est sûre, c’est que sa famille, son ...more
Mirella Grace
Seri 1 Trinity Harbor Novel. Novel yang ngisahin perjalanan cinta 3 bersaudara Spencer...

Ceritanya so sweet... dan berhubung settingnya di Virginia yang ada di selatan US... (mungkin kita kudu bilang bagian tenggara kali yeee), yah, tau sendiri Southern US beda banget ama Northern US alias si Yankee Yankee itu...

Di Selatan Amrik kayanya tercipta suatu adat istiadat turun temurun deh. (Termasuk perbudakan tentunya). Di selatan sini, masyarakatnya lebih konservatif ketimbang di utara atas sono. C
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Ronica
When Daisy Spencer catches 10-year-old Tommy Flanagan trying to hotwire her car she instantly falls in love him. Daisy sees this as a cry for love and attention and decides to take him into her home, much to the outrage of everyone in the town of Trinity Harbor.

Walker Ames is an overworked, burned out D.C. cop, he is stunned when the news of a nephew he never had is delivered to him in the form of a phone call from social worker Frances Jackson. In order to get to know his long last nephew Walke
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Jess
This is the first book in the Trinity Harbor series, and it's about Daisy. She's a 30 year old school teacher who is just getting used to being out from under her dad's thumb. She's currently the talk of the town because she took in a child whose mom recently died. The boy is labeled as out of control and a possible criminal but she knows he just needs some help. Daisy is annoyed when the boy's uncle Walker comes into town to get to know his nephew. And sparks fly between Daisy and Walker.

I real
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Linda
This is a very heart warming story of a woman who wants children and a family so much but is unable to so she takes in a young boy who just lost his mother. Before she had a real chance to show him a stable home, the State found his uncle who did not know he existed. The storm between the wonderful teacher and the D.C. Detective is what makes this story real and exciting.
Patty
Life has been hectic, so I can hardly concentrate on my "serious" reading. Which is why I love romances. I can read, which I need to do to unwind, but I don't have to think too much.

Sherryl Woods writes good contemporary romances. As I have said before she tackles current issues, really makes them part of her storyline, but never forgets what kind of book she is writing. Which makes the reading good for me.

This is the first volume of a series set in a part of the world that I am just learning a
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Jeni
This is a Romance novel basically about love and redemption. The heroine is a 30-year old teacher who is rebelling from the strictures of her father, her brothers & her ‘sensible’ life. She takes in a 10-year old orphan who she catches in her garage trying to hot-wire her car. The social worker tracks down the boy’s only living relative, an uncle who is a cop in DC & has relationship problems of his own. Even though the characters are rather clever & the dialogue snappy, the story li ...more
Monica Scott
Nice easy relaxing read

Cute story, looking forward to the next two books in this series.

I really like this author's stories. Like the little towns.
Luisa
I didn't love this book. Although Bobby and Jenna feel like great persons, you get the feeling that Jenna is a screwball and isn't capable of taking on a project with the magnitude of designing and constructing the boardwalk. Then she literally has to bully Bobby into giving her the project? and all this time there are sparks flying between them? I didn't sense any of this on the book and it didn't get good for me until I was two thirds into the book. From there on, I liked it very much.
Dixie
Easy read...cute story.
Mum
Once I realized when it was originally written, I was fine with the language. It was a cute, if not entirely believable story. I did like Daisy, and her focus on HER goals. Somehow a town that mean-spirited, and yet so forgiving strikes me as unbelievable. I wonder what attributes made it feel like "home," and how those overcame the constant "rush to judgement/ gossip gone berserk" syndrome of the community.
Just - The romance reader
I was already a fan of Sherryl Woods but am evenmore so now. I enjoyed everything about this book from the characters to the storyline. I hope to see more of Tommy, Daisy and Walker in future Trinity Harbor novels. I have a feeling we'll see Daisy's brothers paired up with women in future stories somewhere down the line.
Judy
This is the first book by Sherryl Woods that I have read and it is absolutely delightful. It is book 1 of the Trinity Harbor trilogy and I can't wait to read the other two. It is a great mix of romance and humor with a touch of mystery.
Kara
My feelings are mixed: easy to read and stay interested, but the fact it was so predictable...that's what earned the two stars. I liked the writing style well enough to try another book by this author. Maybe this wasn't her best work.
Ayu Wirdha
Covernya bagus dan percaya banget ada tempat seindah itu di Amerika bagian Selatan sana heheh. Saya malah membayangkan setting Trinity Harbor itu dengan dermaganya, sungainya, rumah besar King Spencer...wow like postcard.
Peggy
I loved it one woman in a small town takes in a young boy who's Mom has passed away.
But what she dose not expct is to fall in love with the boys unckle.
It was funny sweet page turner for sure.
Great book.
Judy Bagley
Sherryl Woods books are like a warm blanket and a cup of hot tea....comforting. I always love her characters, and I love knowing things are going to work out. With the craziness of life, I appreciate some happy endings.
Cheryl
This was somewhat predictable, but a fun and light read. I found this book similar in style to the Debbie Macomber books. This was the first of a trillogy, and I have already started the second book.
Meg
Fictional but local(ish) setting made this more enjoyable. A predictable romance, but likable characters and interesting plot. 1st in a trilogy. Downloaded 2nd to my Kindle through the library.
Laura Beasley
Quick read. Good but predictable story. Light plot. Enjoyable though. Love reading books about small towns and look forward to reading the other ones in that series.
Gina
Great story, loved the characters. Still trying to track down book #2 in the three book series, but can't wait to catch up with the Spencers again
Kim
May 09, 2010 Kim rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: romance
I enjoy her style. The plot is mostly predictable yet enjoyable. Nice romance with a little sizzle. I'd recommend it if you like romances.
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