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Book Title: Home in Carolina|
The author of the book: Sherryl Woods
ISBN 13: 9780778327561
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 14.99 MB
Date of issue: March 30th 2010
Read full description of the books Home in Carolina:So ok. I read the book.
Previously I just slapped an AVOID on her and moved on, but a friend told me I have to read it before I judge - because Annie's and Ty’s second chance at love is worth the read! Like, really worth it!!
Yeah….not so much.
If the love of your life, aka the man that told you you were going to marry and have a HEA, had a HUGE cheating spree while away from home, I pretty much think there is no happy ever after for you. Not at the time of the cheating. Not now. Not in the future.
MOVE ON, WOMAN!
Now, those die hard fans of this author will tell me: ‘People can change! People can regret!’
Well, I am going to stand with Annie and say - nuh-uuuuh.
I do not want to be reminded about his infidelity for the rest of my life with the fact that he has a child and that he has to share custody of that child with the woman he knocked up.
But, what do I matter, you say?
Well, I don’t.
But I never felt my heroine being really 100% sure of Ty. Not even at the end. And that is just sad and in no way material for a HEA.
Plus, the heroines sudden liking of the heroe's kid? Not realistic. She pretty much despised the fact that that child was born and it was palpable in the read.
So, her yapping about being a good stepmom?
I see her changing her mind. Tomorrow.
Like she does about everything.
In other words…as much as I disliked Ty for being an unfeeling jerk and sympathized with Annie, I still felt like she was a wet noodle most of the time. Also, she went from wet noodle to a Marry Sue to a neurotic witch. I was unable to stand the sight of her by the end of the novel.
Hey, maybe then they really do deserve each other after all? Huh. Who would have thought?
All in all, this read made me depressed. But then again, these whole series make me depressed.
They are advertised as ‘realistic’ but all I see is constant misery, frumpy women and cheating.
How about some positivism, Mrs Author? Just a speck?
Well….then no stars for you, and your book goes back on to my AVOID shelf.
Read information about the authorWith two other careers to her credit before becoming a novelist and four states in which she's lived for extended periods of time, Sherryl Woods has collected friends and memories, along with way too much unnecessary junk.
"The friends are the only things I've brought with me through the years that really matter," she says. "I could probably live without one more chintz teacup, another tin-litho sandpail or another snowglobe, but I need those friends."
The theme of enduring friendships and families is always central to Sherryl's books, including her latest Chesapeake Shores series — THE INN AT EAGLE POINT, FLOWERS ON MAIN and HARBOR LIGHTS.
Author of more than 100 romance and mystery novels, Sherryl Woods grew up in Virginia. Over the years she had lived in Ohio and Florida, as well as California. Currently she divides her time between Key Biscayne, Florida and Colonial Beach, Virginia, the small, river-front town where she spent her childhood summers.
A graduate of Ohio State University School of Journalism, Sherryl spent more than ten years as a journalist, most of them as a television critic for newspapers in Ohio and Florida. For several years she also coordinated a motivational program for the more than 8,000 employees at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Medical Center.
Her first book, RESTORING LOVE, was published in 1982 by Dell Candlelight Ecstasy under the pseudonym of Suzanne Sherrill. Her second book, SAND CASTLES, under the pseudonym of Alexandra Kirk, was published later that same year by Bantam. She began using her own name when she moved to the Second Chance at Love line at Berkley Publishing. In 1986, she began writing full-time and also began her long career at Silhouette Books with the Desire title NOT AT EIGHT, DARLING, set in the world of television which she covered for so many years.
In addition to her more than 75 romances for Silhouette Desire and Special Edition, she has written thirteen mysteries — nine in the Amanda Roberts series and four in the Molly DeWitt series.
When she's not writing or reading, Sherryl loves to garden, though she's not at her best on a riding lawn mower. She also loves tennis, theater, and ballet, even though her top spin has long since vanished, she's never set foot on a stage, and she's way too uncoordinated to dance. She also loves baseball and claims anyone who's ever seen Kevin Costner in "Bull Durham" can understand why.
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