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When the Right One Comes Along: A small town romantic suspense (Calloways of Rainbow Bayou Book 1) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07GMW5D6R
- Publisher : Campbell Hill Publishing (11 September 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 1194 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 240 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1719808643
- Best Sellers Rank: 343,939 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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This book was not for meReviewed in the United States on 10 January 2019
The reviewers rated it high, but this book was not for me, especially with a heroine with the name Buffy. This story was hollow. I was not convinced that the main characters were in love. This book was history or a tourist guide with some long-winded, empty dialog thrown in. The characters had no depth. The author tried to give Ridge, depth but it didn't work. I sometimes judge a book by its ability to dislodge the protagonists of the last book from my brain. Buffy and Ridge did not do that for me. This story line was weak, empty and too full of "grandma said." I skipped a lot of pages. Getting to the sex was silly. The break up was weak. This story will not make my list of read again on a rainy night in Georgia, when curled up in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine and a nice love story in hand.
19 people found this helpful
Good story, BAD editing!Reviewed in the United States on 8 April 2019
I am about two thirds of the way through this book. The story has been good-not great. The one thing I am having trouble with is the lack of good editing. The word "excepted" was used when it should have been "accepted." The word "their" was used for "they're." There are other instances that needed better editing, but I don't have time right now to list them. These are the two that stuck in my mind.
10 people found this helpful
Loved itReviewed in the United States on 21 February 2019
The story itself, at first, didn't grab me. After the first page or two, lol, it did and I enjoyed watching Ridge and Buffy (oh, those names!) dance around what would obviously be their destiny. I loved the interaction with the family in Louisiana. I lived most of my married life (57 years) in and around the Bayou country in La. and family connection was spot on. Her description of the areas made me so homesick I seriously didn't want it to end. I am not a southerner by birth but by the grace of God I am. My early years were in the Napa Valley in No. Cal. Coming South was a culture shock but the loving and friendly people made me "one of their own". My hubby's grandmother, when first meeting me, held her arms out to me and said "come on ovah heah darlin', you one of mah own now too". The authors description of the people is not exaggerated and that made the whole story very real to me. In the beginning, with Ridge getting on the stage at the convention was just a laugh out loud moment. This was an enjoyable read and I will most likely read it again. I certainly will recommend it to anyone.
4 people found this helpful
Will the cursr take hold for Buffy?Reviewed in the United States on 8 December 2019
Ridge is a ultra-smart engineer, who as an former Amy Ranger, is focused on getting a bill passed to aid veterans. Buffy is a former model and now hopes to open her own photography studio in her hometown. One night together and the sparks fly, with Buffy hoping the Calloway curse will take hold and Ridge wondering if he should change his workaholic ways. Livia Quinn offers a smooth flowing story that has enough credibility that one wants to keep reading on. The romance is based on old wives tales and not all sexual.
One person found this helpful
Loved ItReviewed in the United States on 13 February 2020
This was a good read with lots of ups and downs. The main characters are well written, along with enough descriptive text to keep the readers interest, but not over do it and get boring. The only negatives for me were the lengthy history lesson Buffy have and the occasional error in verbiage. I will be looking for more books in the series.