As soon as Sally Larson meets Rick Johnson, she knows he's the one for her. The catch? He's interested in her friend, Ethel Mae. But Sally has a plan. With Ethel Mae's help, she convinces Rick that the only way he'll get Ethel Mae is to make her jealous. He agrees, but he has a trick or two up his sleeve. Sally just might find that the one playing cat is really the mouse.
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I can't read this dribble
Did a high school girl write this book? The dialogue sounds as if the characters are straight out of your local high school. I couldn't get passed the first chapter. The authors writing style reminds me of a fourth grader's short story. The sentences are choppy, not at all eloquent, and the vocabulary is drab at best. I believe my time will be better served reading something else.
This author needs to research and proofread.
Terribly written, with continuity errors and anachronisms galore. You'd think a writer of historical fiction would research a little historical fact, but this author didn't bother. The story itself was barely interesting, and only held my attention by having such terrible people as the characters. These characters did some truly appalling things. Their behavior was erratic and baffling. This story was only exceptional in how awful it was to read.
Her Hearts Desire
I am enjoying this series of books. I like the idea of northern women wanting to be matched with western men that have manners. However, they are always very handsome and in real life, that is not always the case. I still love the storyline.thank you