Head back to Pride Oregon to find out what some of your favorite Jill Sanders’ characters are up to.
Sara Jordan has finally been given the chance to run The Golden Oar, a restaurant that’s been in her family for generations. But the sexy know-it-all carpenter that her uncle hired to make some changes, keeps getting in her way. She’ll have to use all her skills just to prove that she’s up to the task.
Parker was brought in to bring new life into the old building, but he’s hitting a brick wall with the owner’s niece and finding it harder to get past her cold exterior to the soft woman he wants to hold onto.
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Hollywood Teen Romance
This book is written for Hollywood. The opening is overly dramatic and completely unrealistic. The imagery depicted seems written by a novice. The story is completely predictable. The emotions just aren’t well depicted. The book seems like it was written very quickly and without much thought.
Do I Want My Time Back?
I took a chance on this book because of the summary and reviews. This one didn’t quite keep my attention. I can’t say that I like it. I don’t hate it, I finished it, but I most definitely skimmed parts. The best I can say is that it passed time that I had to kill.
Why do I disagree with all the praise and 5 star reviews? I didn’t feel the chemistry between the two. Seemed forced, and more of “Well, you’re new in town, you’ll do.” Then with the constant issues of sabotage, break ins, hospital visits/injuries, and supposed “whodunnit” graffiti, I just found it non-compelling to finish. Too many attempted twists and surprises for the length of the story. It was one thing after another as if the author were rushed to finish but cram all the events into a certain number of pages.
Meh. Very bland. I guess that is the word I am looking for. Bland.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I also purchased a copy.
What a sweet story. I loved the characters. Two strong independent people coming together in the best possible way. The book had my favorite dual POV. That really helps me to understand the character so much better. I loved the close knit family and community of Pride. I will have to go back and read the other stories as their characters were fantastic as well.
I loved the suspense that was in this book as well. The plot was wonderful and just perfect. It wasn't too long and drawn out nor too short so everything was tied up nicely. I highly recommend.