This feeling is exactly why Julia Wright moved there three years prior. And her troubles really stack up when a new guy roars into town on his Harley, shaking up more than just the books on her shelves. All around good book love the authors style of writing. I did enjoy the library details in the story, so that did redeem it from a 2 star rating. Julia is recovering from a lifetime growing up in the shadow of her free spirit mother and sister, who think nothing of causing scenes.
See, Julia has never fit in and she wants to fit in. Julia Wright is a reference librarian who falls for Luke Maguire. Now though she sees her daughter struggling and is determined to become the mother she thinks Julia needs. So in this little town where everyone knows everyone's secret, Julia and Luke have sparks, Julia's family is disrupting her life and in addition, Julia learns that her father is not dead. Quaint town with Victorian homes and nice people? All in all, this will go on my series in progress list, but I'm not looking to get it done anytime soon.
The book pretty much focus on Julia and so, you don't really get to know Luke that much. Sedate clothing, hair up, cozy little bungalow — the picture was now complete. Well the book wasn't bad per se, but I don't know. Throw in a crazy mom and a few other outrageous characters and you get a lightly entertaining book easily read and enjoyed in a day and largely forgotten the next. Her success hinges on sexy Rock Creek newcomer Jake Slayter.
Cathie uses various emotions through the course of the book to carry the reader along with the characters. I enjoyed how even the secondary characters show this view. Until her wacky mother, petty-thief sister, and little niece ';Toni the Biter' decide to crash her quiet party of one. People still remember him as bad boy who was always causing trouble. But when his father died and left him to take care of the family bar, he was forced to return home. I love how he not what everyone thoughts he seem to be. But is it time for a change? I did not have chance to read the book until now.
Julia and Luke's characters were kind of bland. Good Girls Do was a fun and good book. I came at the very tail end of growing up in the late 60's early 70's. . Good Girls Do magnifies being who you are not who you think you should be. But while I enjoyed the book, it is not my favorite book. I found it a bit boring.
Or the huge stack of speeding tickets in her bag. You have something against llamas?? © All Rights Reserved 2003-2007 Once Upon A Romance ~ 17 ~ 3601 S. So the whole flower child commune free love thing was still around. So I want to see what is it they like about it. Luke just does not fit the picture especially when his kisses make her totally forget the fact she is standing on Main Street in full view of the nice people she moved here for.
The bad and the good. Pressure is increasing at work because the mayor is trying desperately to get listed on the Top 10 Small Towns in America, her mother and sister show up in town with llamas in tow which are put to graze in her perfect backyard , and Luke Maguire, the town bad boy, returns to Serenity Falls on a Harley and boy, oh boy, does he like the looks of her and to be honest she is drawn to him as well. Until her wacky mother, petty-thief sister, and little niece decide to crash her quiet party of one. Something about Julia made him want to stay and shake her up a bit and tempted the good girl to be bad. And each months the challenge will be different. Whatever it was, the woman was belly-dancing her way into his thoughts. Bad boy misunderstood, of course.
My very first of Cathie Linz, recommended by Veeta, merely because I like reading story about librarian, cause it seems like I was that kind of girl. She has to be desperate to work for Cole Flannigan… Being two years older than Cole never spared her from his taunts in school. Good Girls Do, Bad Girls Don't. It brought in a touch of comedy, which I'm finding is what I need from contemporary romance when I do read it. Maybe it was the way she shimmied her hips in that I Dream of Jeannie outfit. Kasian juga waktu Julia tau Luke berniat ngejual tokonya dan pergi. She was looking for peace and quiet and … well … serenity.
I still would like to see if Sue Ellen has her own story. Agak males bacanya, tapi seru juga baca dialog orang ngobrol ngelantur. Because Julia's family was bit too much wacky and weird for me, to be honest. And Luke never denied or correct them on it. Contemporary romances generally aren't my thing, but I really liked this one. Good book with some funny moments and a dreamy guy.
It took less than two seconds for Sheriff Nathan Thornton to peg the sexy Skye as trouble. My only complaint is that I thought it ended rather abruptly. Now all grown up, Cole is still the golden boy, a sexy charmer with commitment issues and a short attention span—until Leena and her curves strut into his life. Julia yg sangat lurus dipasangkan dengan Luke si bad boy. After her plus-size modeling career tanks, Leena Riley becomes a receptionist in her hometown veterinarian's office.