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A Summer Sentence (The Barbourville Series) Kindle Edition
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Carolynn was born and raised in a small town in Tennessee, which explains her pleasure in writing contemporary romances set in Tennessee towns. She also enjoys writing about the Regency period in England. Her first published Regency, COMPROMISING SITUATIONS, won the National Readers' Choice Award and the 2008 Laurie Award. Her novels entitled A SIMPLE LADY and MY ELUSIVE COUNTESS are set in the Regency period, as is THE SECRET CHRISTMAS CIPHERS, which won an Award of Merit in the 2013 HOLT Medallion contest.
Carolynn loves to receive feedback from readers. You can reach her through the contact page on her website (http://www.carolynncarey.com). Also, she would love for you to follow her on Facebook (http://facebook.com/carolynncareybooks).
Top Customer Reviews
Sheriff Daniel McCray can't see living anywhere else. He has hopes of finding a hometown girl and starting a family. He's not ready for the attraction towards Megan. For that matter, neither can she. They come from two different worlds and their goals don't match. A relationship between the two wouldn't work out. Or would it?
The story begins as funny and stays fairly engaging throughout, but parts of the story are hokey, not to mention awkward dialogue in places and a predictable plot. The characters are stereotypical such as the high-strung deputy that resembles Mayberry's Barney Fife, but I enjoyed Megan and Daniel as well as Megan's uncles, Dallas, Dayton, and Denver. Oh, and let's not forget Daniel's Uncle Bob. He was the mastermind behind Megan's community service.
All-in-all, this was a cute story with engaging characters, but it's more likely to fit the 1970 era. People, especially poverty-stricken children simply do not act like that anymore--no matter how rural the town.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Country man meets city woman, feel an instant connection, fall in love, overcome obstacles, and get married. End of story!Published 1 month ago by Sharon D. Nelson
Great read, kept your attention. Could see my self in he county. Love the description
Of the town and houses. Great cast, loved the description of the uncle's.
Great book. Great writer. I do recommend the whole series of these books.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't know the answers to the above survey because I stopped reading after only a few pages.
Sophomoric writing and totally ridiculous story line. Read more
quick easy reading and some parts amusing. nice lite book to read.Published 4 months ago by Joan M Mello
I could hardly put the book down. I smiled, laughed, and had tears throughout the book.Published 4 months ago by Carol Harvego
It was a great story and I thought it was a very good story. The only thing I didn't like was the ending. All of a sudden out of nowhere Ms. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sylvia Jones
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