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Small Town Girl: A New Adult Romance Novel Kindle Edition

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Product Details

  • File Size: 560 KB
  • Print Length: 253 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Pub Yourself Press (August 24, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 24, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N17UY0U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,356 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jessica Pine is a small romance author of undisclosed height. When she is not writing she is thinking about writing, editing things she has written or worrying that she is not writing enough. She is fond of owls, particularly keen on avocados and enjoys talking about herself in the third person.

You can join her mailing list at https://tinyletter.com/jessicapine

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kiwi girl on August 30, 2014
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I'm a bit lazy and don't tend to write reviews, but Im putting this one in to balance out the one star. Not that I don't respect the one star review - I do - we all like different things... That review was correct regarding the language etc, but I don't really mind that {sorry) I liked the story line, it had originality - I liked that the people in the story were 'flawed'. This wasn't quite the same formula of so many of the new adult books, it was witty at times and well grounded.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on September 8, 2014
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I hope I didn't pay for this book because I wasted my money. This book just jumped around too much for me. I had to keep going back to my dictionary for some of the drug terms and the book kept losing me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gatorfan on February 12, 2015
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I really hate to write this because I didn't finish the book. I just couldn't waste that amount of time. I have to wonder if I am just too old to appreciate the young and stupid and that is where these characters seemed to be going to me. I am just not impressed to have the heroine "high" in college, or going out on a binge, etc. Just stupid behavior to me. Maybe immature but still stupid. I couldn't keep up with what was going on. I can see that some that gave high starts were a bit confused as well.

I appreciate that the author spent her time creating this book. It just wasn't for me for whatever reasons.
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In Small Town Girl, we see life from the perspective of a post-graduate English major, that is still trying to figure out her life. A night out turns into an adventure for our heroine as she learns that one night stands have a way of staying around. We also meet the other party in this fling turned 'complicated'. He's trying to keep and gain Lacie's attention all the while avoiding being on the business end of motorcycle chain.

I really, really liked this story! It was hilarious! And thrilling, tear jerking, romantic in that off beat kind of a way; just plain amazing! I literally laughed out loud through most of the book. I loved the development of the characters and storyline. I like how the author stayed on task but, also showed us how random life can be. This wasn't some cut and dry cookie cutter romance with cheesy covers and formulated sex scenes. It felt real. Like something that might have happened to someone in really life with crazy stoner friends and a mixed up past. I even like how she developed Clayton. He wasn't some heroic knight with a permanent tan and stacks of muscles. He was a regular dude with a sarcasm that just made me like him even the more.

I really enjoyed this and totally recommend it to anyone. I was reluctant to read it at first but I'm glad I did. I was afraid I'd get a story filled with unrealistic timelines and leading men that don't exist in real life. Boy was I, blissfully, wrong. Truly a MUST READ!
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By Magic Within the Pages on December 4, 2014
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Reviewer: Donna
Rating: 3.5 Stars

It was a light, enjoyable read. The story of Clayton and Lacie. Lacie is an English major who is working in her dads shop in a small town, Vermont where she grew up. She ends up having a one night stand with Clayton without even asking him his name and is dumbfounded when he turns up at her dad's shop for an interview for a job. When he gets the job, Lacie's one night stand comes back to haunt her.

They are really cute together but at times i was a bit like Clayton as i didn't know half the time what Lacie was on about. She seemed to talk in riddles about everything. I found the book to drag on in places but other times, the book seemed to jump forward too much that i got confused as to what was happening. At times i found to find the substance behind the story or the moral of the story, so to speak. When i got to about 60% through the book, i begun to enjoy it a bit more as i felt there was more going on. I still had no idea what Lacie was going on about half the time but when a "situation" happens that makes her life take a different turn, i was intrigued to see what was going to happen. It was an enjoyable read to some extent and a light and breezy story.
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By Donna Midgley on November 30, 2014
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It was a light, enjoyable read. The story of Clayton and Lacie. Lacie is an English major who is working in her dads shop in a small town, Vermont where she grew up. She ends up having a one night stand with Clayton without even asking him his name and is dumbfounded when he turns up at her dad's shop for an interview for a job. When he gets the job, Lacie's one night stand comes back to haunt her.

They are really cute together but at times i was a bit like Clayton as i didn't know half the time what Lacie was on about. She seemed to talk in riddles about everything. I found the book to drag on in places but other times, the book seemed to jump forward too much that i got confused as to what was happening. At times i found to find the substance behind the story or the moral of the story, so to speak. When i got to about 60% through the book, i begun to enjoy it a bit more as i felt there was more going on. I still had no idea what Lacie was going on about half the time but when a "situation" happens that makes her life take a different turn, i was intrigued to see what was going to happen. It was an enjoyable read to some extent and a light and breezy story.
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