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Foolish Pride (Jamison Series) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
A Chicago native, Donna now lives in beautiful Northeast Wisconsin withher husband and children. She's an avid gardener and home-canner, as well as anadmitted reality TV junkie. Her passion to read is only exceeded by her passionto write, so when she's not doing the wife and mother thing, you can usuallyfind her sitting at the computer, creating exciting, memorable characters, freshnew worlds, and always happily-ever-afters.
- ASIN : B005HOQDV4
- Publication date : August 16, 2011
- Language : English
- File size : 3560 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 42 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #24,253 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Danny's character, in this small snip-it, was a real jerk. You see his bad side with the possessive and controlling attitude and temper he shows. My first reaction was that he's an abusive boyfriend. (not physically, but mentally)
Emily didn't do much but cry because she is so in love with him she doesn't know what to do.
Through out the story he does show his remorse for the things he's done and said. He knows the he is the one to blame and makes it up to Emily in the end. I would love to see this story expanded. I think there is so much more to Emily and Danny's story yet to be told.
When God was handing out out pride, Danny Jamison must have gotten in line twice, because he's about to let the best thing that's ever happened to him slip away--Emily Harris.
Emily Harris is head-over-heels in love with Danny, but she's not sure she can take his jealous mood swings anymore. Something has to give or his Foolish Pride is going to be the end of them.
Unfortunately something did give and it was Emily. I'll give her some credit for breaking up with Danny in the first place but that's it. She was way too emotional where Danny was concerned and couldn't resist him, after their initial breakup she spent the next two or three days crying and crying and crying and eating. While Danny thought and knew that he was a giant jerk to her he still didn't change. Instead, Emily was the one who went back to him really trying to make things work because she loved him after he essentially gave up after the first try.
Then there was the whole 'best friend' and ex-boyfriend bit which made me want to slap Emily for not kicking them out of her apartment earlier and tellling them to f-off or at least mind their own business.
I "bought" this book on a free day. Had I paid for it, I would have been very disappointed.
Top reviews from other countries
According to the blurb this is an extra peek at the Jamison family, and it shows. This does not have the feel of a complete story, I felt as though I was missing something. I believe that Danny is a side character in another story. In this he loses his temper with Emily quite a lot. Not that he doesn't have provocation. I was not sure that I particularly liked the characters in this, everyone is either really angry or depressed. It is quite well written that is not the problem, I just wish the author had made this a quite separate tale, instead of giving it the feel of an add-on to another book. This might mean more to those readers who have read the Jamison series.
i prefer books by Lucy V. Morgan Beautiful Mess these books are good and always give you the ending and characters that you want.
i expected more given the hype behind this book.
i was dissapointed.