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Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck (Southern Eclectic Book 2) Kindle Edition
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OMG, if this is a preview of how good this series is going to be, I'm completely on board as an auto-buy for this series.
This is a second chance at love story. Four years ago, Marianne went to college and broke up with Carl right before she left, breaking his heart. Now she's home for the summer before she heads off to law school and seeing Carl for the first time in four years...and it's not easy.
The entire story is told from Marianne's POV, so it's hard to know exactly what Carl is thinking and feeling, especially at first. But he's a good guy...that's obvious from the very first when he probably should be at least slightly abrupt with Marianne...she left him in the worst way and completely blindsided him with their breakup. He thought they were going to do the long distance thing. He never planned on holding her back from her dreams, so that's why it took him by surprise so much.
But they are awesome now. It takes a while to get around the leftover wariness of one another from before, but the dance and the chemistry is amazing. I loved them together and all the little details of this town and Marianne's family and how Carl fits into that.
I've always loved Molly Harper's paranormal series, but didn't know how that would translate to contemporary stories. The good news is that it translates amazingly well. I couldn't have loved this story anymore and am so excited that it's kicking off a whole new series. I'm ready. Bring on the rest of the books. My one-click finger is ready!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.
So what was so good about it you may ask. First off all this is a second chance romance, one of the most fun genres that I read. It was also a second chance homecoming for Marianne who had fled Lake Sackett four years earlier. She has been avoiding the return home, avoiding her past, avoiding regret. But she can't avoid the guilt laid on by her momma.
The family dynamics are so unique, so special. I want to search all of Georgia for the funeral home that has a bait shop connected on one side and a snack shop on the other. Talk about one stop shopping. Really, who thinks up this stuff??? The amazing Molly Harper, that's who.
Marianne's family is quite the eclectic group. The holidays must be an absolute blast. And her ex-boyfriend, Carl had me dreaming of ways to breakdown needing a tow truck. I think of Carl and the strong silent type. With him sometimes actions speak louder than words. But his words can cut deep, having me turning the pages for more, more, more.
Marianne left Lake Sackett after high school to chase her dreams of becoming a lawyer, and hasn’t looked back. She left the man she loved, and a family who adores her. So when she comes back for a summer before starting law school, she isn’t so sure how things are going to go. When the first person she sees is Carl things definitely are tense. I loved how she tried to pretend that the past was the past, but you definitely knew that she still wanted him, but she couldn’t take back what she did all those years ago.
Marianne is having a hard time adjusting to being back in Lake Sackett and being around her crazy family, but at the same time, she’s loving having everyone around, and she’s starting to realize being home isn’t as bad as she thought it would be. Maybe all of her dreams she thought she had weren’t as important as the people she left behind. I loved watching her find herself again, and reconciling with the people she loved the most. Watching her and Carl trying to figure things out and the whole will they or won’t they was amazing to watch play out.
This book was a sweet novella and an amazing start to the series. You get to meet all of the amazing characters in the family, and some of the towns people as well. Carl and Marianne have a long way to get back to what they have, but this isn’t all about them reconciling, it’s also about Marianne truly figuring out what she wants in life as well. If you’re looking for a sweet novella to jump into, and a new series to fall in love with (all stand-alones) then I highly suggest picking up Save A Truck, Ride A Redneck by Molly Harper today!
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Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck is a novella and is a standalone. I would suggest reading the first book in the series first or plan to read it right...Read more