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Slow and Steady Rush (Sweet Home Alabama Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08CY7QJ5Y
- Language : English
- File size : 2866 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 312 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 446,603 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Great fun, real emotionReviewed in Canada on 12 March 2015
Thoroughly enjoyed the read, offering both humor, a taste of the South, and genuine emotion. Looking forward to the next book!
Peach instead of blackberryReviewed in the United States on 27 July 2015
I loved this book, it was soooo well written. I am a writer myself so can appreciate a story with flavor. I am a southener so love the attention and detail she used in describing her town and characters. This book was southern cuisine at its best. Fried Chicken rice and gravy good. The only thing I would change about this book is one small thing on the menu: Blackberry cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream Yea ok, I have picked my own blackberries for cobbler; BUT PEACH cobbler and vanilla bean ice cream sooo much better. You go Laura I also loved the fact that she understands that most Country Southeners, true Country Southeners, are God fearing and don't use Gods name in vain much and if we do we repent real quick. I love a good steamy novel and this author delivers with gusto in the bedroom. I really want to see more from her and soon. Keep writing Laura and good for you!
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Loved itReviewed in the United States on 23 October 2020
I loved this book! I can't wait to read the next one. Darcy and Robbie are so relatable. All of the characters are well developed. The storyline flows and there are almost no errors! This was an amazing read, I laughed, I cried, I got mad and I did a happy dance (that earned me some skeptical looks from my cats!) I plan to dip my to into book two of this series and also check out more of Ms. Trentham's offerings.
Nancy Levine "Nancy"
This is a great book!Reviewed in the United States on 24 June 2016
This is another book I bought based on the recommendation of "Smart B*tches/Trashy Books" and although I don't like football, I loved this book. I could relate to the Falcons having losing seasons since my hometown baseball team is going through that now. I loved Darcy and Robbie. My favorite scenes were when Darcy and Kat were thinking up porno names for Darcy's romance with Robbie. I have to admit, I liked "The Lusty Librarian," too. And there was a scene when Darcy wondered which of her friends she could call in Atlanta when something went wrong and she realized that all of her true friends were in Falcon. I loved that scene and so many others. This book was well-written, funny and sad, and I loved all of the characters!
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Lovely small town romance in an authentic Southern settingReviewed in the United States on 7 April 2015
As a Southerner, I really appreciated the realism of the small Southern town and also the description of what it was like for a city girl to "go home again." I could really picture the people and places in Falcon. I found myself rooting for Darcy and wanting her to get her life together. Robbie was a great romantic hero (love those tortured heroes). Their initial meeting was especially fun and charming, and the "let's pretend we're a couple" trope is one of my favorites in romance. Also loved the relationship between Darcy and her grandmother and with her cousin Logan (who seems pretty dreamy, too!) The story had a lot of humor, but also pulled the heartstrings. I'll definitely read the next one in the series.
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